If, like me, you're a little fed up of generic, run-of-the-mill Valentine's Day cards and gifts, my latest products might be just the thing for you. Re-light your love of all thing cute, romantic and down-right adorable with my latest range of cat and pug prints and greeting cards.
What makes them so special I hear you ask. Well...you can personalise the tattoo hearts with your own names, pet names, animal names or a personal message such as 'Love You!' making them completely and utterly unique (and also very fun)!
The cards come with blank tattoo hearts so you can customise them yourself whereas the prints will be personalised by me. All you need to do is let me what two names or words you would like writing and I will fill in the hearts for you in my own tattoo-style font.
You'll be guaranteed kisses galore!
Shop the range on Etsy and Not On The High Street.
Day 2 of London Collections boasted some incredible shows. One that really stood out to me was RAKE at The Purple Door which involved red lasers (which brought out everyone's inner-child as guests had fun walking through them before the show) cutting along the catwalk and silver streamers covering the floor. I also loved the clean lines at Nicole Farhi and the scarlet tartan at Casely Hayford which, coincidentally, matched my scarf perfectly!
1-3. Christopher Raeburn, 4. Me on the way to a show, 5-6. James Long, 7-8. Common, 9-10. Nicole Farhi, 11. Daniel photographing the Nicole Farhi presentation, 12. Daniel and I leaving Nicole Farhi, 13. Backstage at RAKE, 14. RAKE, 15-16. Casely Hayford
During 6th-8th I was at London Collections: Men checking out all the designs and trends for menswear AW14. I've been attending LCM since it started back in June 2012 and it's inspiring to see how far it's come in such a short space of time. From being a single day tagged on at the end of London Fashion Week to morphing into a 3 day event all of its own, it just keeps getting bigger and bigger with over 130 designers taking part and 3 amazing main venues including Victoria House and The Old Sorting Office.
Above are a few of my highlights from day one but better images will be coming just as soon as I've had a chance to edit them! One of my fave moments on Monday was the Topman Design finale (image 12) whereby models (clothing and all) were drenched in glittering cascades of falling water proving just how stylish it's possible to look in the rain!
1-3. Lou Dalton, 4. Me wating for a show to start, 5-6. Astrid Andersen run-through, 7-8. Astrid Andersen, 9. Front Row, 10-12. Topman Design, 13-15. Matthew Miller, 16-19. MAN, 20-22. Gieves & Hawkes