Today's guest post is brought to you by one of our Twitter friends: Roisin @FashionObserver who has her own blog over at http://thefashionistaobserver.blogspot.co.uk/"Fashion to me is a really personal thing. Some may like the things you do, others may not. But it's what you like yourself that matters. I used to always care what people would think about my style and fashion sense, but now I don't. Style is an individual innate characteristic. People can own the same item but it's how that item is styled that makes it different.Supporting young designers can help them not only reach the masses with their unique designs, but it can also allow you to stand out from the normal high street crowd in something unique and special.Young British Desi..
When someone says to me "London Fashion Week" three things go through my head. The first is the visceral thought of the pain of over a hundred show requests. The second is the dread of how sparse my wardrobe is and how the h-e-double-hockey-sticks am I going to create five different outfits without looking like an absolute plebe. The third thing is something I can't describe, but it makes me feel fairly giddy and nauseous at the same time. Go figure. Fashion week is a figurative pain in my rear end. Early mornings, late nights, inflated egos, seeing that person you can't tolerate, having serious outfit envy - it all adds up to me saying "I hate fashion week" over and over until my assistant has decided she's sick of me. And yet (and mayb..
Baggy jumpers and forties fashioned skirts. Oversized snoods and kooky parkas. Black leather drain pipes and roughed up Bovver boots. Chiffon pleats under androgynous blazers. Clashing print tee's and heritage cardys. Sling it all on, and you've got 2011 Winter fashion sorted. Sling it all on from Young British Designers, you've blitzed it in a totally original way. The kind of way that's going to get you noticed this winter, that's going to have your friends pining and stealing from your wardrobe. The same way that will show you're bang on trend, but dare to be different. To sum it up, fashion for Autumn Winter 2011 is spiralling in almost every direction. Whether you like to dress prettily with mittens on your manicured fingers, or ..