Last night saw Fashion Targets Breast Cancer take over the St Pancras Renaissance with fashion, beauty, A-list models and disco tunes to raise money for the charity.
The star studded attendee list included Suki Waterhouse, Rosie Fortescue, Millie Mackintosh and charity ambassadors TV presenter Antonia O’Brien and DJ Deanne Oliver-Edwards, who all worked the room and danced to a disco soundtrack. What a night!
The spectacular prize donations were endless, from Alexander McQueen to Wolf & Badger designer, Penmayne of London giving away her WILLOW FEDORA in Midnight Blue with Leather & Guinea Fowl Feather Band, which Eliza Doolittle took a shining too.
There’s still time to donate and show your support! #WEARYOURSUPPORT @FashionTargets www.breakthrough.org.uk
Lisa E Moss jewellery has newly been featured in Gavin Watson for Dr Martens Campaign. The capsule collection which mainly includes T-Shirts is strongly inspired by the British underground culture. The models here being Ed Skrien (from Game of Thrones and iLL Mannors) and Ash Stymest wear rings, bracelets and chains from the brand, go get your punk on and buy them here!
Born and bred in Liverpool, jewellery designer and Goldsmiths College graduate Lisa E Moss cites her ‘scouse wit and humor’ as inspiration for her quirky and subversive designs. Sourcing materials such as vintage wood, bone, glass and leather, combined with precious metals and stones, Lisa creates statement pieces for the discerning customer.
Pixie Lott has been seen out and about recently with her favourite rose-gold rings designed by Sarah Ho- SHO. Trendsetters such as Jourdan Dunn, Nicole Scherzinger and Kimberley Walsh are among numerous celeb fans.
Sarah Ho’s luxurious collections have an elegant and feminine charm, taking a modern approach to create designs that will stand the test of time. The brand’s vision is to create fine jewellery that will be as stylish and cherished today as it will be treasured for years to come.
Neon Waltz are Scottish newcomers who bring you their psychedelic indie rock, they have been setting tongues wagging since the start of the year. They have obvious Brit influences and are definitely ones to watch.
Here’s their popular song Sombre Fayre, to which I find is a brilliant showcase of their talents. It’s moody, melancholic, contemplative and features the bands beautiful and raw vocals.
This weekend is the perfect chance for you to update your wardrobe!
What: Pomegranate Trunk Show
Where: Wolf & Badger Mayfair, 32 Dover Street
When: Saturday 5th April, 12am – 5pm
Pomegranate‘s Spring/Summer collection is a must-have to add some spark to your look. Join us this Saturday to enjoy 15% off all of Pomegranate’s collection | raffle | Pomegranate fizz!
What: Meryn Trunk Show
Where: Wolf & Badger Nothing Hill, 46 Ledbury Road
When: 12am – 6pm
Meryn‘s high-quality leather goods are so good to miss! Especially, if it comes with a 25% off across their handcrafted belts range and a glass (or two) of Prosecco!
Loose Women TV host Myleene Klass wore one of Wolf & Badger’s high-end womenswear designers Paola Balzano this morning! The dress from the SS14 collection expresses designer’s great interest in unique prints and architectural shapes, go to the Dover Street store to check out the collection.
Leading ladies Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig are from girl-group Lucius, hailing from New York’s Brooklyn. Guess what? Their album is out today. Expect to find similar sweet sounds to The Ronettes and The Supremes, with lashings of folk and plenty of positive spirit. The debut album, ‘Wildewoman’ is one full of sparkling promise, grab your copy now.
Here’s their popular tune, GO HOME! Is it home time yet?
What: Vogue Festival 2014
Where: Southbank Centre
When: Saturday 29th March – Sunday 30th March
Why: You get an exclusive view to see Vogue for real, every fashion enthusiasts dream.. the likes of Jourdan Dunn, Alexa Chung, Lilly Allen and the king of glamour Valentino Garavani will be there to name only a few! If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a model or maybe you’ve always wanted to work in fashion, look no further, this is one not to miss.
One of the most important things to give your mum this year is your time, so we’ve had a look around to see how you can make your mum feel more special than ever.
The Cheeky Parlour in Shoreditch offers walk-in appointments, so don’t worry about the last minute mothers day rush. The great thing about The Cheeky Parlour is that it’s an all in one, meaning not only can you get you’re nails done, hair done, feet done and make up beautifully applied but you can also get a combination of these great treats and get a glass of bubbly free! If you’re feeling a little peckish after you can also go and grab a Cheeky Eat!
If you fancy feeling a bit more regal shall we say then head down to Kensington Palace with your mother for a Spring time stroll (hoping the weathers nice!) and then go fetch a bite to eat at the Orangery café, which will be serving afternoon tea with a twist, this provides a perfect stop off while exploring the Palace and its grounds.
Alexa Chung here wears the fabulous double plate ring by Maya Magal, which has now been featured in Harpers Bazaar’s new April issue.
Maya Magal continues to bring a sleek and contemporary elegance to her handcrafted jewellery. Her handmade pieces are well known for their simple, classic style, geometric shapes, contrasting finishes and a combination of silver and gold.