We don't need any more conclusive evidence of the coolness of the Anywho girls. But incase anybody was in doubt here are three minutes of pure beauty, courtesy of a collaboration with H&M. Florist browsing, city cycling, adidas wearing, jumper changing, front step jumping, boutique snooping,...

I like to tell myself that when it comes to new seasonal trends I can be cool. I can nonchalantly lick my finger and turn the pages of Vogue and be unaffected when it comes to the arrays of all things novel and shiny before me. I can continue deciding what to wear each morning without...

(not to be confused with body bags..rather less morbid) remember back in 2006 when the way you wore your it-bag was just as crucial as the bag itself? the 'resting in the crook of your elbow' model carry look became the order of the day but I much prefer the unfussy 'cross-body' way-leaves your

Issue 3 of Hot and Cool! Had a excitable moment seeing the latest issue on the shelves of Wardour News with my two articles inside yesterday. Shamelessly said 'that's me, that is!' to the man behind the counter while pointing at my interview with Turned Out's Maya Villiager. 6, 7. Sheepy...

Packed into my lesportsac are a couple of pairs of high waisted cotton shorts, some airy tops (breezy armpits are important in this hot weather!) and my trainers as well as some reading material. I'm really looking forward to taking a couple of days to chill out in the glorious sunshine and...

I arrived hot and bothered and without anywhere to stay but once I'd found a hostel (after a few 'no room at the inn' moments) a walk to see the colloseum and the city before it got dark seemed like a nice calming antidote to the journey. I hadn't thought a lot about what Rome would be like...

I proudly showed her the sights and took her to Magic Roll for the famous O'Piratha wrap -lamb patties, haloumi, spinach, mushrooms and hot chilli sauce which culminated in a silent 5 minutes of mutual awe and respect for the perfect taste sensation we were both experiencing. We also went up...

I'm really excited to have another vintage store, Cotton Fields Vintage sponsoring Discotheque Confusion. Cotton Fields is a newbie, just started by Jillian Smith in Scotland with a small selection of reasonably priced vintage dresses ranging from the 50s to the 70s. If there is anything that...

The common purpose of being Practically Cool. In which practicality ever so slightly limits the end result and that in itself is is what makes it not only snug but slightly smug-the wardrobe equivalent of a nonchalant shoulder shrug 'It's cool, I'm warm in this.'

For this reason the pyjama style jackets that Topshop have been rolling out recently have a nice 'beddish' quality about them without leaving the wearer psychologically confused (yes) about their state of undress. Winter seems to be the solution when layering is the saviour of tricky trends...

 

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