Friday, 23 August 2013

Colourscape at the Holburne

We had an amazing time at the inflatable Colourscape Moonorooni in the Holbourne yesterday. Alice absolutely loved it!

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Blossom and blue sky this morning!

Thursday, 11 April 2013

All stacked up

Today I'm wearing a stack of little bracelets – along with my favourite Anusha Olotta twisted bead and disc cuff – in a mix of silver, khaki and turquoise. When stacking bracelets, balance is important - blending similar styles, various sizes and coordinated colour palettes can work well. 

However, have fun – just grab the first bracelets you find in your jewellery box, and have a play around!

Monday, 8 April 2013

Anusha intern, Emma Reynolds, gives us her round-up of make-up trends for SS13

With the weather finally brightening up, it can only mean one thing – spring is upon us! To match this light and pretty season, it’s time to revamp your make-up collection in favour of the colourful new SS13 catwalk trends. 
Eyes have been a particularly heavy focus-point, throughout all four Fashion Weeks, with models parading coloured liner, jewelled lids and extra-long lashes down the runway. While the majority of us aren’t fortunate enough to have an expert make-up artist at our disposal – don’t despair because this look is totally attainable at home! Steal Cara Delevingne’s bright-eyed look, with a decent pair of false eyelashes, which are reusable and easy to apply (team with a hint of smudged eyeliner under the lash-line for that cool, ’90s-grunge look.
For brows, the ’60s thick-browed, filled-in look, complements the overall appearance. 
Meanwhile, creamy, dreamy matte lips are also a big make-up trend for SS13. From bubblegum pink and bright fuchsia, to velvety scarlet shades, these super-feminine and vibrant tones are perfect for moving towards the new season. Remember though – the only way to wear these bright colours is matte!

For cheeks, it’s all about the pinks for that subtle, fresh-faced glow. To keep things on-trend, opt for pink and pretty rose tints, as seen by models in Bottega Veneta, Marni and Topshop Unique – you can even make multiple-use of your lipstick by applying the same colour to your cheeks, for that English Rose look.
So overall – an easy-to-attain supermodel-look, which can be worn from day-to-night. An exciting season for beauty!
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Tuesday, 2 April 2013

D&G autumn 2013

Love, love, love these these beautiful Dolce and Gabbana dresses. We definitely need to feature lace in Anusha's AW13 collection!

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Five mouth-watering eggs for Easter

Easter is almost here... hurray! One of the few times of year when you can indulge in all those chocolate goodies without feeling guilty! With so many delicious eggs to choose from, however, it can be a bit overwhelming knowing what to buy. To help you decide, we’ve compiled a list of our five favourites.

Charbonnel Pink Marc de Champagne Truffle Easter Egg £23
This exquisitely creamy, hollow milk chocolate egg is filled with Charbonnel’s best-selling Pink Marc de Champagne truffles. Tied with a beautiful satin bow and presented in an elegant pink window box, the Charbonnel egg is the ultimate girlie treat. 

Godiva’s Discovery Hamper £99.85

An extravagant way to celebrate Easter with family and friends, Godiva's eye-wateringly expensive hamper is filled with Belgian pralines, truffles, chocolate squares and gems. Made perfect for the season with gourmet Easter eggs and chocolate Easter figurines. Simply divine!

Biscuiteers Imperial Easter egg tin £45

Not strictly an Easter egg, but we couldn’t resist including this Easter tin by one of our favourite bakers in our top five. More affordable than Faberge but no less gorgeous, these egg-shaped chocolate biscuits are iced and finished with intricate gold-painted detail. And, once you’ve eaten these beautiful biscuits, you can use the tin to store more of them! 

Rococco Hand-Painted Egg with Japanese Bird Design £35

This delicately, hand-painted egg is one of Rococo’s amazing Easter creations. It may be pricey, but the uniqueness of the design makes it a one-of-a-kind egg – a thoughtful gift for a loved one at Easter. And it isn’t just a pretty face – filled with six ganaches and four mixed chocolates, Rococo will meet the needs of indulgent chocolate fans. 

Lindt Chocolate Bunny £15.49

Lindt’s undeniably rich, creamy and delicious super-sized 500g chocolate bunny is wrapped in gold foil, and wears a smart red ribbon round its neck with a gold-coloured bell – details that make this a classic gift for a loved one. Beware: once you start eating it, you won’t be able to stop!

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Coming soon

A peek at what's in store this spring