I shot the beautiful Holly for my latest Grazia street style column, which is out in this weeks issue. I do love leather in all it’s forms; and Holly’s leather shift by Flannel is pretty much perfect. Simple, a good length, with two convenient pockets. And the double animal print – leopard and snakeskin is an unexpected combo I’m totally into.


My feelings towards Natalie have escalated into a full-blown girl crush. I trawled back through her blog for a solid hour recently, and was inspired by her ability to interpret fashion and trends in a way that is┬ácompletely unpretentious. She embraces fashion with such enthusiasm, but doesn’t act like it’s the be all and end all. And I love that! I’m not saying fashion doesn’t serve a purpose (obviously I think it does), but there’s no harm in a little fun! Which is exactly what Natalie’s style is – fun. This look is all about the accessories; it transforms her pretty dress and skirt combo into something eclectic and unique. And her head scarf is amazing; I’m really into it. The 90’s are back with a vengeance.


Susie is a true original. She has a knack for mixing prints, unexpected pieces and fun accessories like no-one else; I love her fresh perspective! That and her humble nature. It’s so great when people are lovely! She wears her paisley Magdalena Velevska dress so well, I love how she layered it with a ribbed bomber and printed Karen Walker cap. So fresh and sporty, but most of all, so comfortable! I feel like Susie was one of the first people on the street to wear Nikes without being ironic – and now everyone has jumped on board the neon sneaker train. One cool lady.