I recently blogged about my big-deal-but-not-really-a-big-deal decision not to buy any clothes for a year. If I were the kind of person who didn’t like clothes or was not easily … Continue reading Who made my clothes?
I like clothes. Rather a lot. They’re beautiful, versatile, and help you be anyone you want to be. Or at least, that’s what they whisper at you from the mirror … Continue reading Slowing down fashion: a year-long experiment
This is an article I wrote for FutureRising: a much needed initiative for those trying to break into the creative industries. Complete with a fantastic hub of advice and … Continue reading Mind the bull: staying buzzword free in advertising.
Last night I was nominated for the ice bucket challenge by a very good friend. Well, apologies to anyone who was eager to catch a flash of my pasty white middle … Continue reading August is pretty chilly anyway…
This is a similar format to my post on posh popcorn so you’ll have to forgive me for that, but I couldn’t help commenting on this phenomenon… The Vita Coco brand … Continue reading Some water with your order Madam: Still, sparkling or coconut?
Just like some previously neglected London boroughs, there is something strange happening to cinema’s favourite snack: popcorn is being gentrified. It is the snack au fait of yummy mummies and … Continue reading The Gentrification of Popcorn: the Notting Hill of the Snack World.
Anti-ageing products are nothing new, and neither are vampires for that matter. But a recent trip to Boots the chemist made me think about both of these things and a … Continue reading Yves Saint Laurent and the Forever Youth Liberator: vampires in disguise or just skincare advertising?