Entries by Sarah McGiven from 06/2012

Weekend Shopping: Get Patriotic With Celebratory Jubilee Swag

| Posted 06.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Whether you're into the Royal family or not, four days straight off work is reason enough to celebrate in my book.

Nike Control to Major Tom: Artist Sachs' Space Inspired Range

| Posted 06.05.2012 | UK Style

Nike really are smashing it at the moment. Never mind the Air Wovens, Flyknits or the mad Yeezy II hype, for me it's all about the understated, super tactile designs of NIKECraft, the new collaboration with bricolage sculpture artist Tom Sachs.

Weekend Shopping: Father's Day Gift Guide

| Posted 06.08.2012 | UK Style

Firstly, DON'T PANIC - Father's Day is NEXT Sunday (17th June), in the UK. This is just a heads up with a few ideas all available to buy online for anyone who doesn't want to run the rain gauntlet or waste any lesser spotted sunny spells trekking round the shops looking for presents.

Matchy-Matchy Interiors Icons House of Hackney Spin Homeware Prints Into New Fashion Line

| Posted 06.13.2012 | UK Style

Maximalist hipster interior design visionaries House of Hackney are about to launch their signature print aesthetics on the fashion world with their first womenswear clothing line which debuts on 18 June.

Weekend Shopping: Rediscovering High Street Beauty With Boots' No.7

| Posted 06.15.2012 | UK Style

Remember when you were little and your mum used to wear No7 make up and you thought it was SO grown up?

High Street Fav Whistles Gets Edgy As Fashion Looks Ahead to Autumn

| Posted 06.19.2012 | UK Style

What would we do without Whistles? Solving smart women's sartorial dilemmas since the early 1980s, the British brand has become something of an institution.

Weekend Shopping: Fourth of July American Flag Waving Fashion

| Posted 06.29.2012 | UK Style

I adore America. I also love a bit of theme dressing. As a kid I spent a lot of Independence Days in the States and, even though with the exception of having a few American relatives, I don't really have any reason to celebrate 4th July, for me it's just a great excuse to dress up, eat some Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and drink even more Diet Coke and Starbucks than usual.