London Style | Missoni Art Colour Exhibition

The Missoni Art Colour exhibition is a visual story of inspiration, colour and (of course) clothes! Missoni are famous for their use of bold stripes and zigzags… and they made knitwear cool. This exhibit is a chance to study what inspired their iconic style and see it realised in a selection of garments spanning the last 60 years. The exhibit’s main room is a collection of over 40 Missoni outfits, dramatically … Continue reading London Style | Missoni Art Colour Exhibition

London Style | Wimbledon Common

London boasts some great parks and commons; one of the most famous (perhaps thanks to a band of furry friends with their own TV show) is Wimbledon Common. My friend Louise and I took a wander around Wimbledon during tennis season, and somehow she ended up interviewing on camera for a Turkish TV channel! Later on, we went for a stroll in the common. I hadn’t intended to do any … Continue reading London Style | Wimbledon Common

Joining the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network

This week I was asked to join Minerva Crafts’ Blogger Network – a small group of clothes-makers and crafters based all over the world. Every month, Minerva Crafts will send me a supplies kit with my chosen fabrics, notions and sewing pattern. I will then construct the garment and write a short blog piece all about the process, complete with lots of lovely photos!     … Continue reading Joining the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network

London Style | Columbia Road Flower Market

London’s Columbia Road Flower Market is a great location for fashion spotting. I went there recently with my friend Lynne to pick up some blooms and check out the 2016 summer trends. It was a typical British summer’s day (sunny and hot one minute, overcast and cool the next) so there was a real mix of styles. Here are some of the outfits I spotted … Continue reading London Style | Columbia Road Flower Market