Friday, 24 November 2017

#anewageinspiration: Study 34


Bonjour and welcome to today's #anewageinspiration post. It has been a while since I have done a new age inspiration post but even so I've still had a few definitely inspirational people on my blog, for example George who founded the fashion brand with mental health at its heart, Maison De Choup. Nevertheless, I have missed doing these online interviews so I'm back today talking to Eleanor O'Neill, the Founder of Study 34, an ethical clothing website that features some stunning brands and even more recently their own line of alpaca jumpers. Eleanor is such a cool lady (to go along with a very cool name) and I loved talking to her about how Study 34 evolved, who inspires her and about Study 34's own pieces!

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Sunday, 19 November 2017

UK Parliament Week 2017: inspirational women in politics

For this years UK Parliament Week I aimed to write and manage to upload two posts combining two things I love, politics and something along the lines of fashion or history. I've been following UK Parliament Week on Twitter and it's so amazing to see so many young people engaging in voting. If you couldn't get involved this week but want to continue to engage in politics then why not have a read of my post featuring my UK Parliament box?
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Friday, 10 November 2017

17

Another year on and it seems like yesterday that I was writing the post titled '16'. But one year later, I've just read it and wow did I sound enthusiastic about becoming 16. Going into the seventeenth year of my existence I can't say I'm more enthused but I can perhaps say that I have a clearer vision of what I want to do and who I want to be in this hazy world.
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Sunday, 5 November 2017

born out of anxiety: Maison De Choup

A subject I have very rarely discussed on my blog, if ever, is mental health. It doesn't mean that it's not an area I don't want to talk about, but with posts on ethical fashion and politics, mental health just isn't an topic I feel perhaps educated enough in to discuss. Mental health and fashion however, is something incredibly cool and powerful and I would never pass up the opportunity to bestow something truly great on my blog.
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Saturday, 28 October 2017

Kaffe Fassett exhibition: is fashion is a form of art?

In the midst of a world orientated by innovative design and a constant feeling of change; art is something that, arguably, stands the test of time. Whilst there are differing opinions on what is good art, in fact we most probably all have a different favourite piece of art or artist and that is the beauty of it. There are constantly new pieces and artists that are new and upcoming. Sounds pretty similar to fashion right? It's a constant that we all buy into, there's a yearning for art in all of us.
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Thursday, 19 October 2017

transitioning summer pieces for autumn

It's October in England, the leaves are swiftly gravitating towards to ground and the temperature is slowly and steadily dropping - Autumn is well under way. It's in this transitional period, not quite summer not quite winter, that we can find ourselves buying surplus clothing in order to make up for the changing seasons. You leave the house in a coat and by lunchtime you're in a t-shirt. Like I said, that's England for you. In order to avoid this surplus buying there are plenty of ways that you can make use of your summer clothes in the colder seasons.
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