Sunday, 22 March 2015


A quick runway recap of my favourite looks from London Fashion Week.

Barbara Casasola
Burberry Prosum
Christopher Kane
Christopher Raeburn
Jonathan Saunders
Mary Katrantzou
Paul Smith
Peter Pilotto
Top Shop Unique
 Vivienne Westwood

Wednesday, 25 February 2015


A quick runway recap of my favourite looks from New York Fashion Week.

BCBG Max Azria
 Carolina Herrera
 Costello Tagliapietra
 Derek Lam
 Donna Karan New York
 Herve Leger
 Jason Wu
 Jill Stuart
 Karen Walker
 Marissa Webb
 Narcisco Rodriguez
 Nicholas K
 Ohne Titel Rock
 Tadashi Shoji
 Tommy Hilfiger
 Tory Burch
 Victoria Beckham
Vera Wang
Zac Posen

Wednesday, 18 February 2015


Recently I have bought a pair of boots from a french designer - Laurence Decade. To all of you who don't know the brand let me introduce you. 

Laurence Dacade is a Parisian luxury designer who launched her eponymous line in 2003. Everythings started for her when she was fourteen years old and made her first solo purchase of a pair of shoes... red and blue striped ballerinas with a big bow. Her love affair with shoes and the foot began.
Trained at the Afpic School of Shoe Design, her understanding of construction as well as her passion for feminine shoes, has enabled her to create comfortable styles that are feminine and functional.
According to Laurence there is"no need to suffer for beauty".
The Parisian ease that Laurence exudes so sensually herself translates into her collection of ‘sexy and elegant while being chic but never boring’ shoes. 

I went for classic style which is "Merli" boots, they come in variety of finishes and colours. I can happily admit that they are one of the most comfortable pair of heeled boots I've ever own. I will definately be purchasing another pair soon :) What about you girls? Do you own a pair of LD shoes yet?

 Boots - Laurence Decade "Merli"

Tuesday, 10 February 2015


It’s that time of year again! February is here which means… Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Whether you love it or hate it, you can’t miss it. 

You definately can't miss the hotly anticipaded film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey"  that hits cinemas this weekend. That film was designed to be watched by a group of friends, who are in desperate need of sexy Christian Grey all up in their lives :) 
So girls... make sure you get your tickets early to avoid dissapointment. 

Below there is a Valentine’s Day Gift Guide so whether you have a Valentine or you’re simply treating yourself to something nice (hello credit cards) , indulge and enjoy! Wishing you all great weekend and lots of love!

Kisses xxx

Black pointy pumps - Christian Louboutin, Blue heart scarf - Tory Burch, Black Christian Louboutin clutch bag, Charlotte Olympia heart sandals, D&G lace dress, Givenchy "Antigona" bag, Kate Spade clutch bag, Linergie set from Agent Provocateur, Christian Louboutin "Pensamoi" heels, Charlotte Olympia "Love Betsy" boots, Stella McCartney lips iPhone case, Sam Edelman espadrilles, Kate Spade baloon bag

Wednesday, 21 January 2015


January is the best time to get some really good bargains. With most of the stores reducing their stock by 50% or even 70% RPR I can not imagine a better time to buy some new pair of! :)

I'm not a big fan of queuing in the shop hence I do most of my shopping online, which is hassle free and easy. Below are my designer picks which you can still buy mainly on these websites: 


Row 1 - Burberry, Aquazurra, Alexander Mcqueen, Nicholas Kirkwood
Row 2 - All 3 Azzedine Alaia, Tabitha Simmons
Row 3 - Aquazurra, Casadei, Casadei, Giuseppe Zanotti
Row 4 - Casadei, Givenchy, Miu Miu, Alexander Mcqueen
Row 5 - Burberry, Chloe , Gianvito Rossi, Rachel Zoe
Row 6 - Duccio Venturi Bottier, Burberry, Sergio Rossi, Paul Andrew
Row 7 - Both D&G, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy
Row 8 - Gianvito Rossi, Fendi, Gianvito Rossi, Valentino
Row 9 - Isabel Marant, Saint Laurent, Laurence Decade, Laurence Decade
Row 10 - Gianvito Rossi, Valentino, D&G, Lanvin

Friday, 12 December 2014


Bit out of the way but still fairly close to the city there is an amazing place which is worth a visit. Whether you planning a stay in Liverpool or just looking for an evening cocktail Titanic hotel is the place to be.

The North Warehouse (Grade II-listed) was built in 1855 to store tobacco and rubber. It has been transformed from derelict shell to extraordinary hotel featuring 153-bedrooms, the Rum Warehouse exhibition space, restaurant, bar and spa. Well-executed interior design softens brick and iron features, which have been retained from the buildings’ fine past.
 Opposite the venue is the Tobacco Warehouse, described as the largest brick building in the world when it was built in the early 1900s. Currently derelict it’s scheduled to be the second phase of the Stanley Dock regeneration project. Personally I enjoy the look of the building at the moment. There is an air of tranquillity and peace that makes for a relaxing experience whatever the occasion. You can find a cosy sofa in the bar area, order some coffee and spent hours chilling out with the book or group of friends. In the future there are plans to hold a street market which is something that will bring a different dimension to the area. Watch this place! 
Coat - Burberry
Blouse - Zara
Skirt - Zara
Boots - Alexander McQueen

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