Muddy Stiletto’s Editor-in-Chief Hero Brown made a run for it into London with her new Mary Poppins travel bag…
I escaped into London last weekend – left my three children to fend for themselves (social services: this is a JOKE!) – and had a whale of a time with Mr Muddy. A couple of things to tell you. Firstly, if you’re looking for a good value place to rest your head in the smoke, the Z Hotel is almost indecently placed in the centre of things in Soho, one minute from Chinatown, a hop and a skip from Covent Garden and bang in the middle of all the fun.
Cotton Striped T-Shirt, £59, & Cotton A-Line Skirt, £89; Cotton Textured Polo Shirt, £79, & Cotton Milano Pencil Skirt, £79
Bored to the back teeth of being cocooned in jeans and huge jumpers? Yup, us too. Which is why we’re thrilled to announce a brand new competition to reboot your wardrobe for Spring. Fancy a whopping £500 gift voucher to spend at chic, elegant womenswear brand Winser London?
Bell & Fox are one of 6 under-the-radar British bag brands you need to know about according to fashion journos at The Daily Telegraph.
Ditch your heels for these supercool luxe trainers by Rose Rankin – if you live in skinny jeans and flatties during the day they’re going to look amazing…
London Fashion Week used to be a case of ‘if your name’s not down, you’re not coming in’ but these days the biannual round of fashion shows are a much more democratic affair. While you’re still unlikely to find yourself snuggled up front row next to the editor of French Vogue (wearing sunglasses indoors and a ‘whatever’ expression mandatory), there are plenty of other ways to get involved. With the AW17 collections being showcased in the capital from 17-21 February, Muddy’s Kerry Potter – a glossy mag journo escapee and veteran LFW attendee – has some ideas for soaking up the fashion vibes, even if your FROW ticket got (*cough*) lost in the post.
& Other Stories, the lesser-known sister brand to H&M and Cos, does a killer line of shoes, bags and – well, everything actually. It’s one of those shops that I walk into and want everything…
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