Fashion: The French ‘Movement’

Summer 2017 may have been the moment that the French ‘movement’ effectively started on a global scale. France is famous for being a fashion forward country, whether due to its world class designers, its It Girls or its effortlessly stylish women. The French woman is notoriously feminine, free and confident. Seductive and charming but always mysterious. She’ll happily go bra-free and play with transparencies and layering … Continue reading Fashion: The French ‘Movement’

Fashion: A Not So Accidental Icon

Author of fashion blog Accidental Icon, Lyn Slater still tells the story of how she got discovered with humor and astonishment. Slater first came to fame during New York Fashion Week as she was waiting for a friend outside the Lincoln Center to have lunch. Photographers started swarming around her out of nowhere, making sure not to miss one of what they seemingly thought to … Continue reading Fashion: A Not So Accidental Icon

Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… Polly Shelby

Set in Birmingham’s post-Great-War era, The Peaky Blinders is a British show about a family of gangsters with, at its head, Tommy Shelby and by his side, aunt Polly. A blend of British humor, ingenious plans, gangster nonchalance, not to mention ridiculous amounts of whisky and cigarettes… the combination of all these ingredients makes this one of the best shows on TV at the moment. … Continue reading Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… Polly Shelby

Fashion: Hedi Slimane As Céline’s Future

Fashion houses famously like to break major news during Paris Fashion Week and last week was no exception. One of the biggest headlines to come out was Hedi Slimane becoming the new artistic and creative front of Céline, one of LVMH’s (Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton) prominent luxury brands. Slimane will be replacing Phoebe Philo after her 10 year tenure at the fashion house, taking over not … Continue reading Fashion: Hedi Slimane As Céline’s Future

Music: St. Vincent @ The Bill Graham Theatre SF

Singer & song-writer Annie Clark, commonly known as St. Vincent, her stage name, delivered a more than memorable show at the Bill Graham theatre this Monday 22nd January 2018. Throughout her performance, the stage shifts predominantly between hues of hot pink, purple and turquoise, a Guy Bourdin style pop color frenzy which could easily be mistaken for an artistic light show, and in contrast at … Continue reading Music: St. Vincent @ The Bill Graham Theatre SF

Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… Carrie Bradshaw

I grew up watching Sex & The City and I’m not alone in saying that a major part of the show’s appeal, aside from ogling Mr Big, was Carrie Bradshaw’s wardrobe. To be completely honest, in my opinion Carrie’s outfits were predominantly almost completely unwearable; I spent most of my time wondering how she felt comfortable leaving the house wearing THAT, or how she thought … Continue reading Fashion: Trade My Wardrobe With… Carrie Bradshaw

Mind: eLearning & How To Get The Career You Want

Once you finish your studies and/or enter the working world, it’s easy to let yourself sail through and rely on the skills and knowledge you’ve readily acquired. There’s nothing wrong with that per se and there’s no doubt that you also learn extensively with time and experience. If you have a good relationship with your boss and he/she regularly entrusts you with new responsibilities, all … Continue reading Mind: eLearning & How To Get The Career You Want