Sunday, 29 June 2014


Wanted to share with you the fantastic clip from the SS15 show by 3.1 Phillip Lim, which took place on Thursday at 9.45 am at Palais de Tokyo, in Paris.  I had the pleasure of helping the team over the five days prior to the show and it was truly a fantastic experience.

3.1 PHILLIP LIM - SS15 MEN'S Paris Show

Photography Harry Carr 
images via ID vice magazine 

Monday, 16 June 2014

Music on My Mind : MØ - Walk This Way

Wanted to share a video I came across, which I loved from the moment i saw the quirky & awkard gym poses at the starts.. takes me back to my all-catholic-girls gym classes I attended.

"Having broken onto the scene last year with her sweet beats and sugarcoated sounds, MØ is back with No Mythologies to Follow, the dreamy debut album forever on repeat at i-D HQ. Directed by Emilie Rafael and styled by i-D's Fashion Editor Jack Borkett, let us take you take you back to high school in MØ’s brand new video for Walk This Way. Would all students please report to the sports hall and join the Danish songstress and her crew for dance routines, sportsbras and badass hair all round. This girl means business."


Source: Words by ID magazine & video, Music: MØ, Walk This Way

Sunday, 15 June 2014

London Collections Men is Here! 1st off : Topman Design SS14 Show LCM - Western meets Grunge .

Top looks from the show :

Video from todays show :

 Topman Design SS/14 show kicked off London Collections Men this weekend with a collection inspired by classic westerns and vintage Americana.  With Western theme being very present within the AW14 trends it was bound to make a reaccurance for Topman. 
With selection of bomber jackets, vest in all shades of metallic, it plans to be a very intresting season for Topman .. we can only wait and see if the trend will truly stand the test of male audiance. 

We can only wait / hope to see. 

Thursday, 12 June 2014

What to do this weekend : Radio Rooftop Bar in Aldwych, London

'What you can’t see from up here isn’t worth its place on the London skyline'

Was what I was told a week ago, about the Radio Rooftop Bar in mids of thinking about relaxing in the sun and enjoying the beauty of summery London.

The name Radio derives from the location – a grand art deco edifice once known as Marconi House, but now the fancy ME London hotel. From here, the first BBC programming was broadcast in 1922. Radio is on the roof, ten floors up, where the transmission aerials once stood.

The bar ‘tapas’ menu advertises scotch eggs, wagyu beef sliders and mac ’n’ cheese, With arty drinks and barman magic. With tons of cushy sofas its the perfect place to realax and take time out with a splendid view. Plus its open till 3am .  

ME London
336-337 The Strand

Open 7am-3am daily
website :