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Very, very dear friend of the Kingdom, James Lillis of Black Milk, has finally ventured out further into the big, bad world of fashion by creating a new line, which focuses less on legs and more on invidual seperates, including dresses and blazers. The new label, entitled Sophia James, isn't...

The style of Boessert/Schorn is rough, inaccurate, multi layered and nonchalant. With patterns and cuts that are comfortable and easy to wear,this is fashion without straight lines and classic cuts . Sonia Boessert is the designer behind the label Boessert/Schorn. She lives and works in...

You all know how much we love hats and headpieces in the Kingdom. Whether it's showgirl style feathered affairs, birds perched atop our heads, crowns or beanies - no hat is deemed too bold for us to try. Any long term readers will have seen lots of weird and wonderful things adorn the heads...

Inside my skirt pocket I had nuts for the squirrels, trying to entice them over to eat from my hand, but I failed to find the right squirrel call. Not sure what the correct squirrel call is, but I found out "come here you dumbass" wasn't it. In the end, the nuts just got thrown randomly...

"Kingdom of Style has always championed Jaggy Nettle, featuring us months before we actually launched, a critical time for any new, promo hungry label. Its something we have always been really appreciative off. I had no idea what a blog was prior to meeting Michelle, but have come to learn...

It's been almost 10 years since Kingdom of Style started. Yes, 10 years. We were one of the earliest fashion blogs and haven't really changed at all. Sure, we were youngsters when we started and since then our style has probably changed/evolved, but the format of KoS has never...

I was also recently contacted by a Scottish textile designer called Emily Stewart who creates hand printed silk scarves under her label Emily Rose Textiles. Emily also started her email, "Hey Phil, I LOVE your blog Kingdom of Style...". Been called lots of things before, but never...

As a fan of assymetric hemlines, particularly skirts and dresses which sit higher at the front and drape low at the back, the whole collection is calling me. I hope these tones begin to filter down to the high street because I think I need and orange silk shirt and a lilac flippy skirt in my...

So on Saturday Team Kingdom of Style took to the ballet studio with a bunch of Danseuse and sandwiches and shot the products as I wear them in class. Whilst I do generally try and avoid being photographed in a leotard, I felt it was important that you guys see a normal looking woman in...

 

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