Raising a glass to savvy investment buys and September style
I like nice things as much as the next gal’. More specifically, I‘ve been told have expensive taste (eeeek)! This is fine when the price-tag is attainable, but most often it’s a sartorial case of my eyes are bigger than my tummy. Said another way, I often can’t afford the stuff I ‘want’ and therefore ‘need’. Ladies – can you relate? Read More
‘Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.’ William Morris
I grew up surrounded by William Morris prints, my childhood house had William Morris curtains, cushion covers, chairs and just lengths of fabric waiting to be sewn up.
A great admirer of his prints I made a trek some years back to North East London’s Walthamstow, the most unlikely of locations it seemed to me at the time, to house such a gallery. As it transpires, this used to be William Morris’s family home from 1848-1856.
Way back in October 2014 I posted a blog called ‘The stillness within’ all about my day at the Swarovski trend and presentation launch. I did decide there and then what my Autumn/Winter 2015 range was going to focus on and having reviewed my notes, the images I took as a reminder, my new bag collection (which I’d already made a head start on )I felt my first inspiration was still the one I was drawn to.
Like a child who gets offered a large box of sweets and is then told they’re only allowed to pick 3, the final decision making process is a tough one and also, it’s vital to feel you’ve chosen your favourites.