Donegal Wool Beanie by Oubas Knitwear and Elska Shawl by Hilary Grant / Photograph by Steven Gallagher
She Said He Said, Style, Travel

Space is the Place

I've been living in the city for all my life. Since 2009 I've been living in really big cities, notably Melbourne and Paris. I always thought myself a city person, attracted by the hustle, bustle and energy of populated man-made zones where people are...

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The Tartan Blanket Co


With Christmas just a few weeks away I wanted to share a few handmade homewares and accessories I have discovered recently, in the hope to inspire you all to shop locally for your ideal Christmas gifts. There is nothing I...

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Accessories, Jewellery, Style

Lisa McConniffe

Let's talk about that beautiful necklace that hangs on my mannequin which you saw photographed in the interview post below. This striking piece was designed and handmade by Manchester School of Art 2013 (Yes! Twenty-Thirteen) graduate Lisa McConniffe. True to...

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When In Paris …

I recently made the trip to La Vallee Village a "Chic Shopping Outlet" on the outskirts of Paris (a five minute bus ride from the Disneyland Resort). I was easily convinced to visit after I saw their Brand List included Givenchy,...

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Accessories, Style

Wearing The Cashmere …

Because you simply haven't seen enough of my pretty little face this week, here is that POP.SIC.ILL cashmere beanie I was telling you about in the previous post. This super soft beanie is made in the Highlands of Scotland and...

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A menswear clothing company run by Scottish graphic designers Nick Ross and David Hamilton. Nick and David met back when the skate scene was big in Inverness (back around 2003, I believe). Since then they have moved on to greater...

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Daviot Church

Up The Road

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas with your family and loved ones. Here I am in my natural habitat ... enjoying my days in over-sized comfortable clothing and that mandatory Festive knit that is so popular here in Scotland. Still...

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