Introducing WHIT

WHIT Whitney Pozgay

Given that Whitney Pozgay honed her craft in the studios of Kate Spade, there was never really any doubt that her own brand, WHIT, was going to be a huge hit with me. Currently a member of the ultra prestigious CFDA Incubator, Whitney's career trajectory has been impressive to say the least. After studying theatre, concentrating in costume design at the University of Texas and spending a final semester at the Sorbonne the designer relocated to NYC in 2003 and went to work as a receptionist at the office of her aunt, Kate Spade. Having spent her college holidays indulging her long term love of fashion…

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Look Du Jour: Bye Bye Boys

boys manrepelling

What: Club Monaco blue biker jacket (c/o), Whistles shirt, Tibi embossed leather shorts (c/o), Paul & Joe Sister orange satchel (c/o), Markus Lupfer glitter brogues (c/o) & Cutler and Gross sunglasses (c/o) Where: Meetings in London Why is there something so incredible satisfying about wearing an outfit that you know will send the majority of (straight) men running for the hills? Blame it on Leandra Medine maybe but manrepelling has never been more tempting. Between the buttoned up shirt and its tutti frutti print, the slightly nappy esque embossed leather shorts - a tailoring accident - and the potentially confusing glitter/mannish hybrid that are these…

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Dining At: Villandry St James

Villandry St James

As longer term readers of LPA may recall, last summer I shared my thoughts on the seafood at Villandry's Great Portland Street restaurant. It wasn't the first time I'd visited and it certainly hasn't been the only time I've been back since. My most recent return was, however, to the shiny new Villandry in St James'. The press release promised a different dining experience and I was intrigued to see if they delivered. I'll admit that I was slightly sceptical as to whether they would, I mean we're talking two restaurants owned by the same chain with the same name within…

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