Op-Shops and vintage

For a majority of my teenage years I have been addicted to thifting and a strong love for vintage clothing. When selecting an item from a  vintage store or charity shop, the mystery to where it came from, who has used it and the story behind it, is gripping and simply wonderful. Maybe just me?  The Vintage trend came extremely popular once…
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HOLLAND PARK

Recently I have been suffering from the classic end of Winter flu and I pretty sure the few things getting me through the tricky faze is flavoured teas, close ones and the cheeky lazy day.  One of my closest friends Livi Preuss is taking a degree in photography, so from time to time we venture out to experiment with some creative photography.…
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CANDELLA

It’s character that brings a place to life. London is a city full of diversity through both venue and people. I spend a vast amount of time now wandering through the central streets and each corner delights me with a new face, place or creative space.  Our capital city is certainly compacted and filled with unique treasures. Even thought East London holds…
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MONOCROME MARCH

On Tuesday, Anita and I escaped the day from uni and adventured to Holland Park. Amongst all the deadlines and exams, we choose to look at bright-side of all this work. The random days off, work in the morning then to the parks to get our ‘blog’ on in the afternoons. Perfect.  After a about a month of having this monochrome beauty…
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SPRING – SUMMER

The transition from spring to summer is on the horizon, so I thought I would pair this post up with a collection of images from when I graced with the presence from the wonderful Taken Photography.  My lovely Australian photographer, arranged a Topshop wardrobe on hand to create some great spring/summer looks. I couldn’t believe I forgot to upload this collection of images, as…
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