I must have been a very good girl last year- Santa spoiled me!
My favourite presents include The Sartorialis ‘Closer’ book by Scott Schuman. Great for getting some fashion inspiration from worlds best collection of street style photography.
And these two beauties! Clutches from Primark (left) and Miss Selfridge – perfect for my monochrome wardrobe!
Could they have got it any more right? Im loving the monochrome theme that Zara have incorporated into this Decembers look-book. They have quite a few standout pieces, but I can really imagine myself wearing these ones below. Check out the shoes! How cute are they?!
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Images from Zara
Spotted at the tender age of 14 whilst standing JFK airport, you could argue that Kate Moss’ fashion career started by either a huge coincidence or fate. Irrespective of how it started, today Kate is an iconic British figure.
Street-savvy and smaller than the average model, Kate’s career has gone from strength to strength. Maybe it was her first cover shots on British magazine, The Face, age only 16, that were turning point of Kate’s career? Whatever it was, since, Kate has graced the cover of over 300 magazines and led campaigns by some of the most notorious fashion houses including Bulgari, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci.
Not many people have a career that spans over two decades, with no signs of slowing down. Because of that, today we are saluting Kate Moss; the British model, mother and icon.Image source: http://www.vogue.co.uk
Described by Anna Wintour as ‘…a phenomenon,’ Alexa Chung is by far Britons favourite ‘it girl.’ Now, Chung is set to have yet another title added to her ever-growing list of jobs roles, which already includes presenting, modelling and, occasionally, editing for British Vogue. Impressive huh?
Alexa Chung outside the Mulberry SS13 Show at London Fashion Week
The regular cover girl and fashion favourite has finally caved in to the pressure of her following and decided to write a book, which will offer a profound insight into how Britains favourite ‘it girl’ dresses. With a release scheduled for next September, along with the launch of her own fashion line, it looks as though 2013 will be a huge year for Chung. I already know that this will be on my 2013 Christmas wish-list. Now all I’ve got to do is wait a year!
image source: http://www.reveal.co.uk/