A London-based fashion and lifestyle journalist with extensive experience of working across publications like the Evening Standard and Financial Times, and luxury brands including Alexander McQueen and Jimmy Choo.
Iris van Herpen
His interest in fashion developed from living a nomadic life from an early age due to his father’s peripatetic profession as a hydrogeologist. Travelli
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The National Brain Appeal’s annual art fundraiser is back, this year centred around the theme of movement – be it travelling to faraway places or moving through everyday life. All proceeds from the envelope-based artworks (£85) will support vital projects at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Pieces by Andrew Marr, Chantal Joffe and actor Greg Wise are up for grabs. The catch? Each art
A panettone to feed 100 – and other charitable treats
A photograph from Marrakech-born Hicham Benohoud’s ‘The Classroom’ series (€6,000) – part of the Tate Modern’s permanent display – will benefit education charity Foundation Zakoura, while funds from Cameroon-raised Belgian artist Eric Van Hove’s conceptual sculptures (€6,360) w
Cheers to a good cause
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NFTs in the digital fashion space
Anything irreplaceable is a non-fungible item. NFTs are exactly that – they a
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Grey skies, clouds, and lightning inspire McQueen
As if on cue, the sky turns darker, and models stride in one after another. The attendees fanning their faces with show notes take a pause, while some shift closer to the edge of their seats. And that’s how McQueen sets the mood.
Attended by actors Emilia Clarke and Vanessa Kirby, the brand’s SS22 collection, showed i
Meet the designer upcycling iPhone cables into shoes
Times have changed. When Covid-19 hit last year, we could still stock our wardrobes with comfy loungewear courtesy of online retail platforms like Pretty Little Thing