I had highly anticipated the Victoria and Albert Museum's exhibition on Frida Kahlo, and it certainly didn't disappoint. The extremely popular exhibition featured Frida's personal collection of artefacts and clothing as well as photographs taken throughout her life. There were also many of her art pieces on display. At the time of attending I was … Continue reading Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up at the V&A
I found out about London's Modest Fashion Week after it happened last year and was gutted to have missed it, especially as it had such a big reaction and was a successful step towards a larger clothing market for modest women in the UK. This year, I booked tickets for me and my sister to … Continue reading London Modest Fashion Week
One of my favourite stories...Alice in Wonderland. There's just something about it that transports me into another realm, another way of thinking and imagining. As a dreamer I can relate to Alice and her mind. So, here I am as Alice for this year's World Book Day: A very simple costume, ordered off Amazon. I … Continue reading World Book Day 2018
This year I dressed as 'The Cat in the Hat' for World Book Day. The story written by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) is a childhood favourite of mine, and the costume was very easy to put together. I found the hat, gloves, suspenders, bow tie and tail in a set from Amazon. As usual with women's dressing … Continue reading The Cat in the Hat
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