Look Du Jour: Gossip Girl

Ella Catliff by Holly McGlynn December 13_001

What: Coat by A.P.C, Jumper by Pure Collection (c/o), Vintage Laura Ashley kilt, Cambridge Satchel Company personalised satchel (c/o), Knee high socks from H&M, Anne Bowes Jewellery Bambi necklace & Monk Shoes by Oliver Sweeney Where: Meetings in London I'm not embarrassed to say that I used to be shamelessly obsessed with Gossip Girl. If the show was still going, or books still being released (yes, it started as a book series!) then I'd no doubt still be fixated. As they're not I have to make do with occasional rerun marathons and not-so-occasional attempts to recreate Blair Waldorf's wardrobe. I…

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Fortnum & Mason Christmas Fayre

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Good God I love Christmas. No matter now technically grown up I get, the mere thought of my favourite festive pastimes puts a big, fat grin on my face. London is especially gorgeous this time of year. Even the inevitable rain doesn't completely piss on the proverbial parade thanks to indoor emporiums of general jollity and nice stuff to eat, drink and buy like Fortnum & Mason. If you've never been to fortnums, you absolutely must. Less a department store than a giant, charming, old fashioned boutique stuffed with lovely stuff. At Christmas, the whole place resembles a twinkling, glittering…

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5 Minutes With: Austique Founder, Katie Canvin

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If you live in the UK or have plans to be here any time soon, I insist you visit Austique. Or to be specific, one of the two equally delectable Austique boutiques in London. Today's interviewee, Katie Canvin opened her first store on the Kings Road back in 2004. Over the next few years she honed her carefully curated stock of contemporary designers from around the world to include the likes of Markus Lupfer, Alice + Olivia, Mara Hoffman and Rebecca Minkoff, developing Austique's reputation as the fashion lover's go-to for gorgeous, eclectic and exquisitely presented pieces. Now Katie owns…

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