Where to shop your next show look
1. King &
Tuckfield - Founder Stacey Wood creates perfectly
simple, yet elegant pieces that are sustainably sourced and
responsibly manufactured. The silhouettes are beautiful and the
overall look is so effortless. Check out its online "hand-me-down"
section where you can give pieces a second life for a reduced
2. Depop -
In an effort to reduce my environmental impact I'm aiming to shop
less from the high street. I have found SO many amazing things
second hand on this app. I recently bought a new season Roksanda
dress for under £50!
Markey - Another slow-fashion favourite, LF Markey
makeS the most wonderfully bold coloured workwear pieces. Its
boiler suits are perfect for me for LFW - totally practical and
they look great.
The best places to recharge your batteries post/ during
1. A life drawing class - There are plenty all
over London. Try the website Meetup to find places near you.
2. Visit an exhibition for some inspiration - I
recently saw Finnish artist Helene Schjerfbeck's exhibition at the
Royal Academy - it's
incredible, possibly the best I've ever seen. Her work was so ahead
of its time, totally modern and you can really see a fashion
influence in her portraits.
The South of France - That's my plan anyway!