Tag Archives: anthropologie
Whenever anyone asks what they can buy me for Christmas or my birthday, I tell them to head to Anthropologie. There is literally nothing in this store that I couldn’t find a worthy place for in my life. Nothing. Lucky … Continue reading
Ages ago I wrote about turning my many pairs of old jeans into a quilt, but since I’m already working on one using this pattern, I thought a rug might be a better option. After all, denim is sturdy and … Continue reading
At the Matthew Williamson SS13 press day yesterday I saw a beautiful blue digital print on wide-legged pants and blouses. I think the scene was from olde-worlde India. The beautiful pieces – so reminiscent of Somerset Maugham’s Far Eastern Tales … Continue reading
I’ve said it before, but I need to say it again. My love for Anthropologie knows no bounds. So, when I heard they were throwing a little shindig last night for British denim brand MiH (Made in Heaven) at their … Continue reading
I’m addicted to Anthropologie. I fell in love years ago when I first started travelling regularly to the US for work. Needless to say, when they opened up on Regent Street, then around the corner on the King’s Road, I … Continue reading
Lots of people think that all I do all day is sit around surfing the internet, watching fashion films and occasionally tap out a few words. And, well, most days they wouldn’t be far wrong.