If you’re anything like me, there will be a time of the year when the weather starts to get really warm and every bra you own will begin to annoy you 100% more than it did in the colder months. Bands feel tighter, everything feels sticky (and needs washing all the time!), plus loads of them seem to show through all your lightweight summer clothing. I figured there had to be a few solutions to this summer bra drama, and so I looked around to find some options for hot

Brunch Club’s sweet sixteen took place on Saturday 26th May 2018 in Canada Water, at Leadbelly’s Bar & Kitchen,¬†Montreal House, Deal Porters Square, London SE16 7AQ. Another high ranking brunch spot on our list of potential options, the brunch menu at Leadbelly’s has something for pretty much all tastes and is 98% gluten free so we went in with high hopes. But… did it deliver? INITIAL BEVERAGES Lori: I went for an iced black Americano (for the coffee hit, but cooler on a warm day). They charge extra for ice

The past few weeks have been hectic, to say the least, but there’s been a lot going on to explain my relative lack of blog updates. I’ve got a new job at the same university (UAL) – which I’ll be doing as a 12 month secondment, before returning to my previous role – and it ticks all the right boxes for what I wanted in an ideal job. However, it’s going to be a very busy year! Hopefully I’ll still find time for blogging but, if not, you can always

A few conversations I’ve had in the last couple of months have made me realise that it’s been a while since I last wrote about my relationship(s), or discussed the topic with anyone I’m not already close to. Friends and long-time readers of this blog will already know that I’m not straight and I’m not monogamous, but what about the new people I meet? When I was dating more than one person, I’d often be able to drop something into a conversation without making a big thing of it. Now,

My love affair with the neckline known as ‘boat neck’ or ‘bateau neckline’ is a long one but, following the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Saturday, I imagine it’s going to be a lot easier to find that style in high street stores than it has been in recent years! Inspired by Ms Markle’s stunning wedding gown – designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy – I have looked into the history of this dramatic yet modest neckline. The name hints at a naval origin, so

Last Friday, the British Fashion Council hosted a panel discussion on sustainability, a pillar of their Positive Fashion initiative, as part of London Craft Week. Chaired by Frances Corner – Head of London College of Fashion and Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of the Arts London – the discussion aimed to ‘craft fashion through a sustainable lens’ with fashion designers Christopher Raeburn and Bethany Williams, and founder of The Sustainable Angle, Nina Marenzi. The website has a bit more information about this initiative, which explains how the panel discussion fits

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