73 Questions with SJP

I was glossing over my instagram feed as I do daily, when I came across Vogue’s 73 Question interview with Sarah Jessica Parker. Over the course of the 5 and a half minute interview,  SJP takes Vogue on a brief tour of her Manhattan home providing bullet answers to a rapid interview. I LOVE!!!


Ps: Love the Ping Pong table and the effortlessly chic look.

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Spanish or Italian… it’s still Vogue

As you already know, I spent last weekend in Costa Brava and upon departure, I decided it would only make sense to buy a fashion magazine.

I decided on the typical Vogue however, upon arrival at the stand, I was torn between the Spanish and Italian versions. I must admit, such trivial issues form the basis of my daily dilemmas and for this reason I have been tagged ‘melodramatic’…. Lol.

Once I was sure I’d invested too much thought in this predicament, I was convinced (by Teju and Tele) to purchase the more stylish, more chic, Italian Vogue. Here are pictures of a few of the pages I’ve spent my time drooling over….

Front Cover(s)

These Chanel pieces are ingenious. I love accessories and these totally do it for me, not to mention the rich material.

Chanel is so elegant it’s ridiculous!

My style has always been somewhat preppy and I could totally see myself in this Antonio Croce outfit.

The ‘Valli’ in ‘Bonita Valli’ is no coincidence. It’s from the Italian label ‘Giambattista Valli’ and I’m sure you can agree that the craftsmanship of this label is insanely clever…. I’m obsessed!

Until next time…


High Street Update

You must have heard about the Lanvin for H&M, Jimmy Choo for H&M, Stella McCartney for H&M, you know the drill…… Well H&M have done it again and this time it’s with Versace. Now all of this has come as a bit of a shock considering that previously, Versace stated that collaborating with a high street store would confuse the brand. However, according to Vogue, it appears Donatella has had a change of heart and decided to release what she describes as a ‘quintessential Versace’ range.

The latest of H&M’s collaborations will be released on the 17th of November this year with studded leather, colourful prints and sharp tailoring dominating the collection along with a home ware range. If the success of previous collaborations are anything to go by, we can be sure that this collection will be flying off the shelves in no time.