Published Work, Social Commentary
26th November 2015
I wrote about being my issues with standard British sizing and being an Inbetweener for The Sunday Times Style. Because what’s a ‘standard body’ anyway?
23rd November 2015
Party looks and statement wallpaper, courtesy of House of Hackney.
19th November 2015
Shot some double-Gucci scenes whilst buying bog roll, for Lyst.com. Because multi-tasking is the new cupcake.
16th November 2015
But that does not mean that the fear of farting in the beautician’s face is not the realest of fears.
12th November 2015
Taking eighties disco into modern day. ‘Allo!
9th November 2015
The re-selling of high street x designer collaborations for vastly inflated prices via eBay is nothing new. But the Balmain x H&M collection broke all records. Which makes me ponder: is it wrong?
6th November 2015
As many as possible, pls.
4th November 2015
2015 is the year of the personal brand. But how much of it is performance art; and how much of it is YOU? I talk Essena, Marilyn and me.
28th October 2015
The 60s and 70s come and go; but 90s grunge is eternal.
25th October 2015
… Forever evoke a poor man’s Lily Allen?
Fashion, Social Commentary
23rd October 2015
Working out whether your outfit is public transport-worthy, is one of life’s tiniest urban perils. Dolly Alderton and I held a 10 minutes debate on this, via Whatsapp.
Fashion, Published Work, Styling
21st October 2015
I styled the British labels’ AW15 collaborative campaign. And it’s live now [KAPOW]
Fashion, travel and social commentary. Wordplay is my foreplay.
FASHION FEATURES EDITOR
The Sunday Times Style
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My piece on being a Size 9 for @TheSTStyle is now on the blog. Calling all Inbetweeners...https://t.co/BBcUeLjKys https://t.co/2bGyrfvPrS
28th November 2015
Heading to LA next week - last went 3 years ago, does anyone have any new joints/stores/sights to recommend?
Used to love Vanity Fair. But I haven't read a good article for months. It's all v.long piffle-filled word counts & super expensive product
Jennifer Lawrence directs a film at the age of 25. I am still not allowed by anyone who knows me, to ride a bike in London aged 28