As you must all be aware the retail industry (The High Street particularly) is suffering drastically, the decline of physical shopping, the business of getting yourself to an actual place, … Continue reading
“I’ve always had a curious fascination with The Roman Catholic religion which probably stems from my very early years, growing up in the inner city of Liverpool in the 60’s.”
Creative Dressing & the Art of Dress: ‘A lover of fashion’ is not necessarily ‘A follower of fashion’! …. what I’m saying is someone who has an avid passion for fashion, isn’t always … Continue reading
The evening sweater was an important part of the 1950s wardrobe. These sweaters were decorated in various ways: sequins, embroidery, appliqué, lace, beads & rhinestones
Who is this new breed of fashionista making news across the globe, ferociously followed by fashion bloggers, coveted by designers for their runway shows, documented by film companies & pursued by marketing magnums for … Continue reading
THEN!!! OMG!!! (But we didn’t have “OMG” in those days and no-one EVER said F**K on TV!!!) there on the 14 inch screen, in colour, on The Old Grey Whistle Test on a Tuesday night was”Thee-Most-Handsome-Man-In-The-World” making the most bizarre, strange music, I had heard nothing like before….
Ann Wilson (Heart) Her impish medieval 70’s style ♥ Evolving into that Iconic 80’s glam rock, backcombed big hair, animal prints, exaggerated vamp make up………………………. …………………………..big jewellery, black leather, velvet, … Continue reading
” Egyptomania …………..was the renewed interest during the nineteenth century as a result of Napoleon’s Egyptian Campaign (1798–1801) and, in particular, as a result of the extensive scientific study of Ancient Egyptian remains & culture inspired … Continue reading