Tuesday, 24 November 2015


My friend Moon (yes, best name ever, agreed) makes bags that are a design marvel.  They can be worn as backpacks or cross body bags, they have a secret pocket under the flap and, despite looking compact, are surprisingly roomy.  But my favourite thing about these bags has to be the fact you get to carry around a piece of Moon's artwork all day.  She makes beautiful prints (the Moon one is my favourite) that play around with ideas of form and colour in a way that feels fresh and beautiful, and each bag has some of her art on the flap.  I'm gonna be giving these bags to a lot of people for Christmas, because everyone who has one finds it quickly becomes their everyday-oh-god-what-if-anything-ever-happened-to-it bag.   If you want to know more get in touch with Moon via her Instagram.

Thursday, 19 November 2015


"Embroidery" and "embroidered".  That's what I search for most on ASOS because, goddammit, they do it well.  I'm pleased to say after looking at what they're planning for SS16 last week this isn't going to change any time soon.  A bomber jacket that would make Andie from PRETTY IN PINK weak at the knees, worn with that pink sequin dress for a volcanic ensemble.  I also like that they're carrying on with the agenda to make the best ankle boots in all of the world.  I'm gonna buy all three pairs and then mix and match, maybe.  No, definitely.  If you can't wait till all this goodness drops on the site then maybe look at this embroidered dress I'm currently debating whether to buy.  It's a midi lovers dream.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015


Greetings to Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes, as our podcast pays a visit to Baker Street to find out exactly what's up with these two.  There's some discussion of what Anne thinks British men are like, and we try and work out once and for all whether Sherlock is a psychopath.  Also BEWARE, contains spoilers.  

You can stream it below:

Or you can download it here, OR we are now on iTunes!  You can get all that iTunes goodness here.

Wednesday, 11 November 2015


The rad and spooky soundtrack to FEAR ITSELF, Charlie Lyne's brilliant latest film (which you can still watch on BBC iPlayer) was written by Jeremy, and you can now download it for free.  Little White Lies have all the info, as well as Charlie being very lovely.