Lucky Magaine Editor
Vogue US Editor

Vogue UK 

Fashion Editor at Wonderland Magazine

Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris

Global Fashion Director Harper's Bazaar

Editor At Large and Creative Consultant for Vogue Japan

Style Director at Harper's Bazaar

Stylist's editor

The Sunday Time Style Magazine Editor

Love Magazine editor

Creative director at mywardrobe.com

Dazed and Confused Editor-in-chief

Coloumist at The Sunday Time Style
Camilla Long

"It has taken me 10 years to solidly define my voice and solidly feel secure in what I am doing, and that is a testament to practice" - Eva Chen

The Above are fourteen of the must know names in fashion PR and Journalism and should pretty must be stalked physically and socially for their witty comments, exclusive event appearances and desirable wardrobe. Start learning!



Excuse the over-posing and awkwardness of the above, but it was only kind to share the professional photographs taken for the TPG re-brand to... City Road media and my collaboration with the social influencer app Creatial founded by TPG, which I am sure you will get to hear about in due course.

If you are keen to know where each piece of the outfit was bought by, you can pretty much head straight to Zara. The top was bought in Zara Berlin and the pinstripe cigarette trousers, patent shoes and trench coat were ordered online from Zara. Keeping to a minimal pallet, which has slightly been extended for my new colour love of Navy I am really taking a liking to the pin stripe, but it's slightly awkward when I walk into the office with matching trousers to my 40 year old colleague. Downer.

I love the idea of going for a size L for comfort and ease but I realise now looking at the photos that it doesn't do much for my body shape. Ah well, straight down is how i've always been and how I shall remain. #saynototight.



We've officially said goodbye to all things Spring slash Summer and well into the start of the festive season. It time for all things big, knitted, cosy and douvet like, but if you are heading out for anything but Christmas shopping be sure hit some of the below and make the most of this winters London events.

1. Design Museum - Woman in power
The Design Museum look at how princesses, models, CEOs, Dames and designers have used fashion to define and enhance their position in the world. 
The exhibition features 26 woman in power 

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2. Night Tales
The Brixton based pop-up has returned and this time it's in Shoreditch. For sevean weeks Night Tales will find a home at a huge car-park. 
Log fires, canopies and a mix of music.
3. Anya Hindmarch is yours
If you want a pieces of Anya Hindmarch but maybe can't afford to actually purchase a piece of her comercially powerful products, it may be worth heading to your local Waitrose to buy a piece of the collection.

Limited Edition Kellogs Cereal by Anya Hindmarch

4. Fashion Film - David Bowie Is
Following the success of his very own exhibition at the V&A, comes the documentary of David Bowie's life and music career.


5. Pillow Cinema

After a wave of rooftop cinemas, secret cinemas, pop-up cinema and exen hot tub cinemas, the new thing this winter is the Pillow Cinema.
Night In Night Out, that requires everyone to bring a comfy pillow.

Can't say no

6. Cecil Beaton at Brook Street
It's free so why not? A look into the life of one of the movers & shakers of the 1920's
18 November to 5 December 2014, Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 5.30pm
39 Brook Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 4JE

7.Rooftop Winter cinema

The Berkeley Health Club & Spa has transformed its roof-top terrace into a cinema. Londoners can book to watch 'Some Like It Hot' on a cinema screen.en outdoors overlooking London.

There will be two screenings per night at 5pm and 7pm on weekdays and 7pm on weekends.
A special Winter Cinema package for Londoners is a
vailable at £55 per person which includes a glass of wine and some homemade Berkeley treats.  

London Views

8. Tatler Movie

The inside world of Tatler from the comforts of your sofa!



via. Haute Pursuit / Blackistheonlycolour / Zara

It's sad really. Now working in advertising and media, my 'high life' in fashion seems so distant, so it gives me great pleasure to immerse myself in images like the above centred around fine tailoring, structured shapes and dimmed down hues. One thing I have got to get sorted out is my over cropped wardrobe for this season, that is..maybe not so suitable for my agency job and the fact I over-indulge on food pretty much every hour out of eight, revealing more and more of my unwanted midriff



The question of achieving clean, clear and radiant skin is something that I have been asking for a hell of of a long time. For me, achieving these three things and making is last is the bane of my life.
Living in London and travelling on the underground with a full face of make up, training at the gym 5 times a week and going through the monthly stress of being a woman can seriously take its toll.

I managed to find the perfect article that combines fact, with my tested knowledge and the opinions of a range of nutritional therapists and facialists to give you 12 tips to live by.

1 |  Begin your day with big mug of hot lemon water.

2 | Make a weekly routine out of a clay mask.

3 | Replace eye cream with Jojoba Oil to place on the orbital bone.

4 | Don't exfoliate daily!

5 | Use light but but potent night creams.

6 | Surprise surprise, potatoes are friends with the skin.

7 | Don't touch your face.

8 | Invest in a good rosehip face oil.

9 | Have daily greens: Kale, spinach, broccoli and Avocado.

10 | Take a spirulina supplement.

11 | Increase omega-3-rich foods.

12 | Incorporate almonds in your diet.

13  | Microdermabrasion therapy

via. Stella - Sharon McGlinchey



It seems to become a regular excuse as to why I seem to avoid blogging on at least a weekly basis and hats off to some of those daily bloggers out there, but it seems so Londonish and maybe slight dramatic for me to say I may just be lacking in a few hours of the day.

So, lets rewind slightly to my last week at Moschino, where amongst saying bye to an amazing bunch of people and being offered the chance to go Milan and New York, I was offered another job at a media and advertising agency. Here I play the role of campaign manager. Before my official start date, I was given the opportunity to take a few weeks out before this new adventure began. So as you do, I jetted off to Ibiza for none other than a yoga retreat close to San Juan and far far away from the wild side. I spent one whole week and seven nights at the lotus pad with my amazing teacher Wendy an a whole bunch of amazing people all wishing for escapism from the city life. The retreat was situated in the middle of nowhere with very little sign of human life, amongst a world of beautiful farms and a few superfood eateries.

Two hours of yoga daily, Two hours of daily meditation, a fully formed vegetarian superfood menu and a whole bunch of female power.

Welcome to the Lotus Pad!

"I am currently in day 6 of the retreat and have done nothing but chill. Waking up to the sound of birds, bugs and farmers, with the typical sun and light winds coming thought the open house of the Lotus Pad. Doing sun yoga in the early mornings after a peaceful meditation (which I still haven't mastered).Then visiting incredible beaches, cafes and markets on some days and  putting myself to sleep with endless reading of books in the hammock on others. Just filling up on herbal teas is pretty much it like a true yogi before moon yoga and dinner"



This week in London we have seen the first of Autumn, with colder mornings and bright skies (deceiving) combined with the usual hormonal British weather. Now that all the fashion week fuss is just about over, we can really focus on the here and the now, cause let's be honest - Summer isn't any time soon.Based on poor two days I managed to spend at London fashion Week, it was clear there was a shift in attitudes of the lurkers (the hoverers, bloggers, photographers, fashion fiends or just passerbys that want in on the action). They have embraced the 'don't care' 'blasé' attitude in both their fashion and stance.I'm not complaining! it's the way to be and that's what makes LFW special. It is hard to spot clear cut trends here as every influencer including the designer has their own take on what fashion is and should be like.
This season anything goes double denim, duster coats, wide legs, straight legs, scrappy fringing and turn ups but chunky masculine bluchers are a must.