and I’m sick of passive aggressive misers. Suck on this, losers.continue reading →
It’s sale season and my favourite has already begun. In celebration I’ve drawn a Coggles Christmas tree with some of their lovely sale items. I know, I know, I’m a brilliant drawer.
1. Charlotte Taylor dress.
2. Spotty Opening Ceremony boots.
3. Got to love a pair of boots with the same name as you. Grenson Emma boots.
4. Marc Jacobs jumper.
5. Paul Smith hat.
6. APC shirt.
7. Print silk dress from my favourite Folk. A dreamy dress from a great brand.
I love this story:
Victoria Bage started Coggles in 1974. The story goes that she caught her husband having an affair with his secretary. She promptly divorced him and named the store after the secretary ‘Sarah Coggles’ to remind him of the mistake he had made.
I made my own Christmas cards this year. There’s no snow, or glitter, or reindeers wearing clothes. There’s no ‘Season’s Greetings’ or kings and their crowns. No stars shining down on presents, or trees with sparkly bows.
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Kenzo has made my dream coat. Shame it’s £645.
The tiger jumper is sold out pretty much everywhere.
The coat of dreams is £645 at Net-A-Porter.
Kenzo x Vans available online at Kenzo, Browns and Opening Ceremony.
Tiger letters pouch can be found at Moda Operandi.
The tiger plate is from The Pippa and Ike Show.
If you’re still looking for xmas presents, to give or receive, you could do worse than these.
1. Prestat salted caramels
2. ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ WITH ARTWORK BY YAYOI KUSAMA!
3. Cherry Lush lipstick by Tom Ford
4. Forget about Hermès it’s all about the Homies
5. Lulu Frost earrings
6. Acne heart jumper
7. Charlie Does a Kickflip by Mr Bingo
8. BFI membership
9. Fujifilm X10
10. Paris House ‘Let’s Fill this Town with Art’ wallet
11. Leopard print Vans
12. Charley Harper calendar
13. New specs from Oliver Peoples
14. Subscription to The New Yorker
It was Pexmas. Andy was hungover. I was yet to be hungover. We stumbled along to see what we could find.
We found friendly dogs and cardboard cats, Christmas trees, mulled booze and burgers, t-shirts and bags, and secondhand threads.
The best stumble, for me, was One We Made Earlier. Look! It’s jewellery! Geometric shapes! Handmade!
They’re just up and running and should hopefully have an online shop in the New Year. If you’d like to contact them about a purchase you can reach them at onewemadeearlierAThotmailDOTcom.continue reading →