• Mayhem in Milan

    Posted on September 27th, 2011

    I was lucky enough to spend a day in Milan at the end of a well-deserved break, and it coincided with the start of Milan Fashion Week. For someone who enjoys and write about fashion on a daily basis this was a dream come true, although I suppose I could have made a bit more […]

  • Donkey Jackets

    Posted on September 12th, 2011

    Donkey Jackets were originally made for the workers of the 19th century. Made from woolsack the Donkey Jacket was normally a dark colour, black or navy with leather shoulder panels and back. For night workers the panels would normally be a brighter colour like yellow or orange, and the company name was normally seen on […]

  • For the love of Wool

    Posted on September 7th, 2011

    It’s a material that is used every day all over the globe. It’s a material that has been used for thousands of years and is still as popular today. We are talking about wool. You probably have numerous pieces of clothing in your wardrobe made from wool, jumpers, sweaters, coats and scarves. It’s such a […]

  • Quilted Jackets

    Posted on September 6th, 2011

    Years ago the only types of people you would have seen wearing quilted jackets were those who lived in the country, probably owned a mansion and enjoyed the odd bit of shooting on a Sunday. Today the quilted jacket is incredibly popular and everyone from the high street to online stores and designer fashion houses […]

  • Drop em!

    Posted on September 5th, 2011

    This season’s trend is all about dropped hemlines. We are talking skirts, tops, trousers and coats. Skirts and dresses below the knee cast a beautifulsilhouette and another bonus is keeping those pins warm during the winter months. All these elements are interspersed with other trends such as rich colours, 40’s glamour, monochrome and 60’s swing. […]