YSL @ Bowes

I recently agreed to go on a walking trip along Hadrian’s Wall with my mother and her friend. I am not one for the countryside and after taking my Duke of Edinburgh award I swore that I would never go walking up and down hills again. However, I decided to go along with it on the […]

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Bolt @ GRAD London

The Russians are famous for their ballets. Having been lucky enough to see members of the Bolshoi dance in very close proximity, I can vouch for this. When we think of ballet, we think of elegance and grace. If asked to describe the costume of a ballerina, you would probably imagine soft pastel colours and […]

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A history of the fashion model @ Docks en Seine

There are always exhibitions celebrating fashion. Hundreds of displays every year are held all over the world to celebrate design, craftsmanship and couture. However, it is rare that the models used to present these celebrated works of clothes art are given any recognition. Now, Paris is doing just that. The Docks en Seine give a […]

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Fashioning Fashion @ Musee Des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

The Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris is hosting a fabulous show educating the french public about the origins of European Fashion from the early 18th century until the present day. For those lucky enough to be in Paris this April, it is definitely worth a visit. Every time I come to Des Arts Decoratifs […]

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