Tag: Vogue

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Interview: Holly Shortall Illustration

Emily Maree talks Vogue, being retweeted by Kim Kardashian and following her dreams with popular illustrator Holly Shortall When and how did you start illustrating? A lot of people email me asking where I studied illustration, or how I ‘learned’ to draw but the truth is, it’s something I’ve been doing since I was physically Read More

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Androgyny Is The New Femininity

When you hear the word femininity in fashion, this conjures up visions of flowing skirts and dainty blouses in muted and pastel shades. For years now, the feminine label has done exactly what it says in the tin, creating style elitism for women that doesn’t need to be there, snobbery against women who want to wear trousers or a statement colour. Read More

Vogue’s New Rule: A Futile Effort?

Hi everyone! I’ve already posted this article as part of my press features section, but I really enjoyed writing this article and I think its always a really current issue. It was posted on The Genteel, a Canadian fashion website back in May but over the last few months, with all the changes in Vogue issues Read More

The Issues With Celebrity Advertising

ONCE upon a time, the copy of Vogue or Elle on your coffee table was full of unknown and unbelievably beautiful women that no one had ever heard of. Unless you were a supermodel who created her own brand like Elle MacPherson or Naomi Campbell, you were a nameless entity who was just employed to Read More

21st Birthday Celebrations!

It’s just a quick post tonight, I wanted to post Sunday but with all the birthday celebrations the last few days its been manic. My mum threw a little surprise party for me last night and I had a really great night, loads of wine and champagne flowing and my cake was unbelievable…so me! It Read More

Scrumptious Sunday Seven: July 22

I can’t believe its time for another Scrumptious Sunday Seven already, feels like I’m in a European time warp! Again, apologies for not putting a post up last week but we’ve come across so much bad wi-fi the last couple of weeks, I’ve barely been able to talk to Brian, let alone put up a Read More

The Original Factory Girl

IT’S NOT often that women are so famous for just their beauty, even models claim that their campaigns, runway walks, behaviour and general demeanour  have just as much of a part as their face does. But one woman above all others has managed to create one of the most famous names in fashion, music and Read More