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Chic Cake Pops

London based bakery “Molly Bakes” have honoured New York Fashion Week with these fun fashion inspired cake pops.

Andre Leon Talley, Karl Lagerfeld and Anna Wintour


Dutiful Denim

Denim, some may say is overused. It is not overused when there is such a great demand for it. It is a staple that will never leave our wardrobes, therefore we must be forever reinventing new ways to wear it.

So I have put together a collection of ideas to inspire you to look outside the box when it comes to your staple denim

I am going to start with Shorts

Topshop £34

River Island £50

ASOS £25

Topshop £34

Reverse £45

Topshop £32

Miss Selfridge £32

River Island £25

River Island £35


River Island £40

ASOS £40

Topshop £45

Topshop £40

River Island £40

River Island £40

Topshop £45

River Island £40

Pepe Jeans £80

Mango £54.90

American Apparel £67

Topshop Unique S/S12

Cameo – The Label

Cameo was initially launched initially by Melanie Flintoft of Adelaide based Australian Fashion Labels in late 2009 however was rebranded mid 2010. When Kathryn became head designer she noticed a gap in the commercial market for edgy, reasonably priced, designer-inspired garments. Her designs are aimed at filling this gap, with a heavy focus on feminine shapes, bold detailing and a truly unique aesthetic.

Chaser LA


Rich kids, poor kids, teenage friends. A garage in Beverly Hills. The original LA punk rock scene. Creative minds seeking an outlet for the swell of angst building from within. This is the origin of Chaser. A generation which revolutionized music. As punk became new wave and new wave became corporate rock and corporate rock became grunge and rap and so on, Chaser evolved with the music. Rock tees became softer, softer evolved to blends, blends evolved to finer yarn counts, finer yarn counts became cashmeres and silks and like the cycle of music we changed with the times only to never forget we were born from a punk rock family.


The garment better be luxuriously soft. When our customer wakes up in the morning we want Chaser to be the garment they want to wear, not the one they have to. If their job requires a suit, the moment our customer gets home they tear it off and put on their favorite Chaser garment.


Chaser will continue to add to our repertoire of clothing. We will push the boundaries of yarns, washes, silhouettes and prints. We are and always have been at the forefront of what we do. What is next is what has not been done.