With party season is upon us, you’re going to need some party shoes.
As luck would have it, I’ve found this most handsome pair – the perfect complement to your festive cheer.
…that also happens to be more than 50% off.
For all the details, follow the link below…
* Disclaimer: Whilst the following may sound like a sponsored post, I guarantee you it’s not. I’m just REALLY excited about M2M… which goes a long way to explaining why I come off sounding like a crazed fangirl.
So it all started with me laid up (yes, again… sigh) with a bad back.
This was the first opportunity that I’d had to properly explore the new world that is M2M (which stands for Made to Measure).
This new fashion channel, exclusive to Apple TV is what I like to refer to as ‘All Killer, No Filler’, just busting at the seams (geddit??) with fashion films, documentaries, biopics, interviews and runway shows.
In one siting (or more accurately in my case, lying) I managed to get through Valentino: The Last Emperor, Grey Gardens, Glen O’Brien’s interviews with Leandra Medine and Gisele Bündchen, the entire series of ‘In And Out Of Fashion’ (where the Executive Editor of Harper’s Bazaar, Laura Brown shares off the cuff moments with the likes of Ciara, Jessica Alba, Kiernan Shipka, and Lena Dunham) in additions to many, many (maaaany) runway collections.
And I can happily report that I indeed felt much better for it, ergo: fashion is medicinal and should be consumed regularly… which I of course will be now that I have you, M2M!
Recently we got to spend the loveliest morning at the beachside home Mark Tuckey’s Creative Director, Louella Tuckey , where she very kindly let us peek into (read: rummage through) her drawers/wardrobe/life.
But it didn’t end there!
Louella also gave us all her well-edited tips on where to go for fashion, flowers and the best curry on the Northern Beaches.
For all these and so much more, follow the link below…
Denim has your back – it remembers you as a kid (indeed, you’ve known each other so long you can’t quite remember when you first met), it stood by you during your more experimental fashion years and it still manages inspire you every time you hang out and catch up…
Like frayed hems.
We’re all very familiar with the denim cut-off, but frayed hems on denim jeans is fun. I feel we need to be spending more quality time together!
Follow the link below for an edit of all my favourite styles in store now…
Looking to up your fashion-game?
Or maybe you’re after a gift for that especially stylish person in your life?
These cheerfully-hued, silver trimmed playing cards from Hermès will be just the ticket.
For all their details as well as links to other equally perfect Hermès games, follow the link below…
If you’re of the manstyle-persuasion, Oxfords, Brogues and Derbys will be familiar features in your wardrobe.
But sometimes all that wonderful tailoring calls for a little extra height… which is where the heeled lace-up comes in to play.
See something you like?
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And indeed whilst scarves-as-belts work a treat, they also looks pretty great as an added flourish, tied to the strap of your clutch purse.
“But my clutch purse doesn’t have a strap” I hear you say.
Stick with me. I’ve got you sorted.
Follow the link below for my round up of all the loveliest clutch purses with straps…
This handsome declaration was spotted in the home of Pony Rider Creative Director, Kelly Searl:
“This YAY! banner is about celebrating all things exciting and good. I’m using it as a Christmas tree this year – throw over some fairy lights and shazam!”
To quote the clever team at Pony Rider…
YAY! means a hell yes to all the things you love about life.
So “YAY!” for the family
and “YAY!” for the crew that invented chocolate
and “YAY” for camping out doors
and one big bloody “YAY!” for Fridays
In need of more ‘Yay’ in your life?
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You may recall a feature we ran on Kelly Searl a few weeks ago, where she shared her well edited go-tos for flowers, homewares, cocktails and all the rest.
But it doesn’t end there!
We also got to spend an afternoon with Pony Rider‘s Creative Director in her wonderful, wonderful home (and trust me, I’m not using these 2 ‘wonderfuls’ lightly – her place is SO ridiculously good) peeking into her wardrobe whilst exchanging tips on flea markets, booby bras and the virtues of polka-dot tees.
Keen to see more?
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