Out of Office – Break of Dawn 2008

Pre New Years eve carnage, I was at the gym doing interval training yesterday and heard the end of a track I just had to hunt down.  Amazingly, I managed it find it… Continue reading

Radio One Live Lounge – the gift that keeps on giving

Christmas is usually a time involving stuffing yourself with mince pies and turkey, lazing infront of the TV and unwrapping more than one gift you didn’t really want.  Don’t get me wrong it’s… Continue reading

Couture correspondence – Giles Deacon note cards for Smythson

  Thanks to a tip off from their Web Editor Stephanie, word has it that Giles Deacon will collaborate with luxury leather retailer Smythson.  Deacon will launch a set of limited edition note… Continue reading

Warhol at Waterloo – A Rare Retrospective

Think you know him?  Think again.  That’s the strapline to the new Andy Warhol Other Voices, Other Rooms exhibition, just opened at London’s Hayward gallery. This major exhibition not only offers the chance… Continue reading

(Set your) Heart on Fire with Cut Copy

I’ve been working at a digital agency the last couple of weeks, which not only has been a lot of fun but also introduced me to one or two great new tracks.  First… Continue reading

Matthew Williamson to debut menswear at H & M

First there was Stella, then Viktor & Rolf, Roberto Cavalli and Madonna in 2007, Karl Lagerfeld, Kylie and most recently, Comme des Garçons. Phew.   Spring 2009, sees Matthew Williamson become the successor… Continue reading

Beyoncé gets fierce with fashion

    Beyoncé?  Sorry who? Beyoncé Knowles’s alter ego Sasha Fierce has taken centre stage complete with medieval, robot inspired get up reminiscent of Madonna’s Jean Paul Gaultier number.    Fashion mogul Thierry… Continue reading

Trackback #1 UNKLE – Lonely Soul

I decided to take to the sofa last Sunday, not leave the house and fill my afternoon with movies.   Danny Boyle’s The Beach was one of them.  At eight years old, it’s maybe… Continue reading

Milly Rose; vintage furniture with personality

  A good friend of mine has just introduced me to Milly Rose; a brand new company that specialises in adding a contemporary, designer twist to vintage furniture. As a vintage enthusiast, I’m… Continue reading

The End…of London’s club scene?

Following the announcement The End is to close in January 2009; the ill fate of four more London clubs has been sealed.  Supposedly some of the glitziest clubs of London (and regular hang… Continue reading

From the horses mouth; top tips on credit crunch interviewing

I’ve recently been lucky enough to become a victim of the credit crunch and found myself back in the interviewee’s seat.    Having had a couple of interviews, it would appear (as expected… Continue reading

Sunday soundtrack #2: Pryda – Armed

Under the aliases Sheridan, Moo, Cirez D or Pryda, Eric Prydz continues to release euphoric, floor filling beats.  Armed by Pryda (released in April 2007) may have potentially been bypassed by better known tracks Proper… Continue reading

Styleshake; affordable bespoke fashion at the click of a button

  Put one new media expert and one very talented Central St Martins graduate together and what do you get?  Styleshake.com.   A funky little idea, Style Shake is a bespoke fashion eBrand… Continue reading

Sunday Soundtrack: Georg Levin – Leisure Suit

Thanks to the wonders of Last.fm, I came across a lovely little laidback track by Georg Levin called ‘Leisure Suit’.      One half of electro pop slash house act Wahoo, Berlin based… Continue reading

Get your vintage fix at Nastygal.com

From oversized lumber jack shirts (just add wet look leggings) to 80s sequinned dresses and signature eco cotton totes; Nasty Gal ‘for the discerning fashionista’ is currently my virtual second home.   A… Continue reading

Take Me Away – Damian Wilson feat. Ann Bailey

Thanks to a free sampler CD by CR2 records that I picked up in Café Mambo, Ibiza (which turned out to be awesome) Take Me Away by Damian Wilson has become the latest… Continue reading

End premature ripening, irregular shaping and fruit shaped trauma with Bananaguard

  Ever wondered how to stop your banana getting battered, bruised and liquifying en-route to work or school?  ‘Passionate purple’, ‘mellow yellow’, ‘sublime green’ or glow in the dark (because everyone looses their… Continue reading

Scar 3D – Slasher horror just got a whole lot scarier

As a bit of a horror film enthusiast, imagine my excitement in discovering that in January, the first horror film in 3D will be released.    Scar 3D is due to hit the… Continue reading

Sunday Surgery: Radio One enlightens those in the dark to the world of depression

  Winding down on a Sunday evening, I put the radio on last night in time to catch the last hour or so of Radio One’s Sunday Surgery.  No stranger to the show,… Continue reading

ASOS Magazine Goes Digital

I’m very pleased to share the news that ASOS have launched a digital version of their hugely successful magazine and for extra brownie points; they’ve even made it clickable. A fun, fashionable and… Continue reading