Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Kate Moss for Topshop S/S 10

While I'm not really a fan of Kate Moss (or her 'dancing' in this video) and only have one thing she's 'designed' (a fantastic cardigan my Mother bought me eighteen months ago for starting University... This, but in grey ---->

This new collection looks very promising, especially the white lace dress at the end. It's out tomorrow (20th May) and I'm excited to have a gander - I hope it lives up to my expectations!

What do you all reckon about Kate Moss' stuff for Topshop, bon or non?

♥ Saskatoon

Friday, 14 May 2010

Slow on the Uptake

I know I am hideously slow on getting into this song but it is literally one of best pieces of music I've heard in a long time. I adore Marina and the Diamonds. ♥

(And the video is ah-mazing, too - I totally want those trousers - or not..!)

Monday, 10 May 2010

Where there's tea, there's hope

As you may be able to tell (due to my recent incompetence of writing coherently) life is somewhat stressful for me (and every other university student) at the moment... Exams, essays, revision, appalling May English weather and the Hung Parliament distraction. However, rather than get too stressed out, I remind myself that it will all be over at some point in the near future, it's not the end of the world if it's all a disaster and, inevitably, 'every little thing gonna be all right'! But, when my self-reassurance fails, I just remember that when there's tea, there's hope - and everything's okay again.

♥ Saskatoon

Bye Bye Gordy B

It's a sad day for the funniest man in politics. RIP Gordon Brown.

Friday, 7 May 2010

Exhaustion can be cured by Chanel

I'm so over this election - it's made me (and the entire country, it seems) more miserable and exhausted than I ever imagined.

All I want now is these amazing shoes. They are perfect.

(PS. I feel that everyone's hating the blog at the moment; perhaps I'm being paranoid but does anyone have any suggestions to pep it up a bit?! Cheating...)

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Political Animal

I am sorry for the recent lack of blogging (except numerous pictures. Oops) - I have been hideously busy with seemingly never-ending university work and worrying about the general election (I have no hobbies)... I decided to take the day off today, though to meet the Prime Minister. I did, and it was fantastic. I appeared on the news, top story on the BBC (see below where I am in my red skirt in between Gordon and Ed Balls - no piffling ITV for me. Ha) and I think that this may be the proudest moment of my life to date.

Gordy told me it was 'good to see you' as did Sarah Brown who is absolutely beautiful in the flesh and was wearing a fabulous red trench coat (she has definitely won the style battle over SamCam, but then I am a sucker for a great trench). Ed Balls was there too and Ross Kemp (from Eastenders. Thrilling.) But a definite highlight was seeing Sue! For those of you who might not know who Sue is, she is possibly the most famous woman in England at the present time for her involvement in 'Bigot-gate'. Other highlights included Lucy Manning (ITV Political Correspondant) asking me if I had seen her biro (Errr... buy a new one?!) and seeing Jane Hill from the BBC whom I love. She has the best jackets on television.

All in all a fabulous day and I will be keeping this picture below as a proud memento of my political animalness for a long, long time after Labour are thrown out of No. 10...

Ps. Sorry this is so heinously badly written - I am, quite literally, k-nackered.