Givenchy is one of my favourite designers as they have got the combination of street wear and high fashion down to a tee; this collection was no different. I am in love with the S/S 13 mens collection; the shapes and imagery are both bold and simple with the use of religious imagery such as the Madonna being the successor to the previous seasons stars and stripes theme. The use of more delicate fabrics such as silks and silk organza gave the collection a polished feel combined with street inspired shapes such as sweatshirts and sports shorts. I also love the clever use of layering used through the collection making the pieces versatile. Here are a few of my favourite pieces of the collection- definitely need to get my hands on the silk organza Madonna piece!           Givenchy is one of my favourite designers as they have got the combination of street wear and high fashion down to a tee; this collection was no different. I am in love with the S/S 13 mens collection; the shapes and imagery are both bold and simple with the use of religious imagery such as the Madonna being the successor to the previous seasons stars and stripes theme. The use of more delicate fabrics such as silks and silk organza gave the collection a polished feel combined with street inspired shapes such as sweatshirts and sports shorts. I also love the clever use of layering used through the collection making the pieces versatile. Here are a few of my favourite pieces of the collection- definitely need to get my hands on the silk organza Madonna piece!           I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), erectile shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, stomach think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, approved that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

20121210-211133.jpg This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass! In April this year I shot my first (and last ever) hair commercial. Most of you guys will never get to see it as its usage is in Africa only so this would be considered a commercial, this web stuff money job as opposed to one for exposure. It was for a new hair dye for Dark and Lovely which is owned by Loreal and of course I was very sceptical about having my hair dyed with permanent colour! After much contemplating I decided to go for it as it was a well paid job and I would get to go to Thailand so I was taken to Paris first to have my hair dyed. 20121218-174413.jpg It was a really scary process for me because although I've had my hair dyed before it was only with semi permanent colour and therefore never damaged my hair so I was worried. It wasn't too bad in the end, abortion however, stuff I never liked the colour! From Paris I flew for what was basically a day to Doha and got my connecting flight to Bangkok, Thailand. I was so happy to have this opportunity as I never usually get to go to such exotic places and was excited to eat the food! The first day was all about doing the hair and picking and fitting the clothes. The clothes part was fine and I met the their models who I would be spending the rest of the job with but the hair part was Hell. I was told I'd need to cut my hair which I wasn't told before accepting the job and it was kind of too late to say no... I was already in Thailand! I cried my eyes out afterwards! Shooting the commercial was interesting as it was my first time working on a TV set and having to learn a few lines. Although I was in Thailand,the commercial was shot inside in a house so I didn't get to experience the lush weather :(! It was quite repetitive but I enjoyed the change from shooting still images. I was so embarrassed to say my lines amongst the other girls as they both had New York accents and there was me with my south London one trying to imitate them without them noticing! It took two long days to shoot the commercial with a call time of 6:30/7am on one day finishing later into the evening; I'd eat beautiful Thai food everyday and had Thai massages everyday as they cost about £12!

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After the job I flew back to Paris to have my hair dyed back to brown with a special oil based dye and then came back to London. The reason why I say I'll never do a hair job is because to this day I still haven't got my natural colour back and it has caused some damage to my hair! However, I don't regret doing the job as it was an amazing experience to go to Thailand even though I didn't get to look around at all; I still got to go there which was fantastic. 20121218-175539.jpg 20121218-175439.jpg In April this year I shot my first (and last ever) hair commercial. Most of you guys will never get to see it as its usage is in Africa only so this would be considered a commercial, this web stuff money job as opposed to one for exposure. It was for a new hair dye for Dark and Lovely which is owned by Loreal and of course I was very sceptical about having my hair dyed with permanent colour! After much contemplating I decided to go for it as it was a well paid job and I would get to go to Thailand so I was taken to Paris first to have my hair dyed. 20121218-174413.jpg It was a really scary process for me because although I've had my hair dyed before it was only with semi permanent colour and therefore never damaged my hair so I was worried. It wasn't too bad in the end, abortion however, stuff I never liked the colour! From Paris I flew for what was basically a day to Doha and got my connecting flight to Bangkok, Thailand. I was so happy to have this opportunity as I never usually get to go to such exotic places and was excited to eat the food! The first day was all about doing the hair and picking and fitting the clothes. The clothes part was fine and I met the their models who I would be spending the rest of the job with but the hair part was Hell. I was told I'd need to cut my hair which I wasn't told before accepting the job and it was kind of too late to say no... I was already in Thailand! I cried my eyes out afterwards! Shooting the commercial was interesting as it was my first time working on a TV set and having to learn a few lines. Although I was in Thailand,the commercial was shot inside in a house so I didn't get to experience the lush weather :(! It was quite repetitive but I enjoyed the change from shooting still images. I was so embarrassed to say my lines amongst the other girls as they both had New York accents and there was me with my south London one trying to imitate them without them noticing! It took two long days to shoot the commercial with a call time of 6:30/7am on one day finishing later into the evening; I'd eat beautiful Thai food everyday and had Thai massages everyday as they cost about £12!

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20121218-175244.jpg

After the job I flew back to Paris to have my hair dyed back to brown with a special oil based dye and then came back to London. The reason why I say I'll never do a hair job is because to this day I still haven't got my natural colour back and it has caused some damage to my hair! However, I don't regret doing the job as it was an amazing experience to go to Thailand even though I didn't get to look around at all; I still got to go there which was fantastic. 20121218-175539.jpg 20121218-175439.jpg

I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), patient shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, troche think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, capsule that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

20121210-211133.jpg

This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass!

In April this year I shot my first (and last ever) hair commercial. Most of you guys will never get to see it as its usage is in Africa only so this would be considered a commercial, this web stuff money job as opposed to one for exposure. It was for a new hair dye for Dark and Lovely which is owned by Loreal and of course I was very sceptical about having my hair dyed with permanent colour! After much contemplating I decided to go for it as it was a well paid job and I would get to go to Thailand so I was taken to Paris first to have my hair dyed. 20121218-174413.jpg It was a really scary process for me because although I've had my hair dyed before it was only with semi permanent colour and therefore never damaged my hair so I was worried. It wasn't too bad in the end, abortion however, stuff I never liked the colour! From Paris I flew for what was basically a day to Doha and got my connecting flight to Bangkok, Thailand. I was so happy to have this opportunity as I never usually get to go to such exotic places and was excited to eat the food! The first day was all about doing the hair and picking and fitting the clothes. The clothes part was fine and I met the their models who I would be spending the rest of the job with but the hair part was Hell. I was told I'd need to cut my hair which I wasn't told before accepting the job and it was kind of too late to say no... I was already in Thailand! I cried my eyes out afterwards! Shooting the commercial was interesting as it was my first time working on a TV set and having to learn a few lines. Although I was in Thailand,the commercial was shot inside in a house so I didn't get to experience the lush weather :(! It was quite repetitive but I enjoyed the change from shooting still images. I was so embarrassed to say my lines amongst the other girls as they both had New York accents and there was me with my south London one trying to imitate them without them noticing! It took two long days to shoot the commercial with a call time of 6:30/7am on one day finishing later into the evening; I'd eat beautiful Thai food everyday and had Thai massages everyday as they cost about £12!

20121218-174934.jpg

20121218-175105.jpg

20121218-175244.jpg

After the job I flew back to Paris to have my hair dyed back to brown with a special oil based dye and then came back to London. The reason why I say I'll never do a hair job is because to this day I still haven't got my natural colour back and it has caused some damage to my hair! However, I don't regret doing the job as it was an amazing experience to go to Thailand even though I didn't get to look around at all; I still got to go there which was fantastic. 20121218-175539.jpg 20121218-175439.jpg

I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), patient shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, troche think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, capsule that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

20121210-211133.jpg

This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass!

I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), more about shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

20121210-211133.jpg This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass! In April this year I shot my first (and last ever) hair commercial. Most of you guys will never get to see it as its usage is in Africa only so this would be considered a commercial, this web stuff money job as opposed to one for exposure. It was for a new hair dye for Dark and Lovely which is owned by Loreal and of course I was very sceptical about having my hair dyed with permanent colour! After much contemplating I decided to go for it as it was a well paid job and I would get to go to Thailand so I was taken to Paris first to have my hair dyed. 20121218-174413.jpg It was a really scary process for me because although I've had my hair dyed before it was only with semi permanent colour and therefore never damaged my hair so I was worried. It wasn't too bad in the end, abortion however, stuff I never liked the colour! From Paris I flew for what was basically a day to Doha and got my connecting flight to Bangkok, Thailand. I was so happy to have this opportunity as I never usually get to go to such exotic places and was excited to eat the food! The first day was all about doing the hair and picking and fitting the clothes. The clothes part was fine and I met the their models who I would be spending the rest of the job with but the hair part was Hell. I was told I'd need to cut my hair which I wasn't told before accepting the job and it was kind of too late to say no... I was already in Thailand! I cried my eyes out afterwards! Shooting the commercial was interesting as it was my first time working on a TV set and having to learn a few lines. Although I was in Thailand,the commercial was shot inside in a house so I didn't get to experience the lush weather :(! It was quite repetitive but I enjoyed the change from shooting still images. I was so embarrassed to say my lines amongst the other girls as they both had New York accents and there was me with my south London one trying to imitate them without them noticing! It took two long days to shoot the commercial with a call time of 6:30/7am on one day finishing later into the evening; I'd eat beautiful Thai food everyday and had Thai massages everyday as they cost about £12!

20121218-174934.jpg

20121218-175105.jpg

20121218-175244.jpg

After the job I flew back to Paris to have my hair dyed back to brown with a special oil based dye and then came back to London. The reason why I say I'll never do a hair job is because to this day I still haven't got my natural colour back and it has caused some damage to my hair! However, I don't regret doing the job as it was an amazing experience to go to Thailand even though I didn't get to look around at all; I still got to go there which was fantastic. 20121218-175539.jpg 20121218-175439.jpg

I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), patient shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, troche think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, capsule that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

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This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass!

I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), more about shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me!

20121210-211133.jpg This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass! I'm writing to you from Germany- more specifically Hamburgerland (Hamburg), page shooting Espirit online. If you think London weather is bad, medical think again; it's been snowing here for a week! Waking up to the pitch black skies which then develop to a depressing grey makes work a lot harder but it's loneliness that bothers me the most when I travel. Everyone always says "you get to travel for work, sale that's amazing!" But realistically you hardly ever get to explore the country you visit. There have been times were I walked around the area with a fellow model or by myself (usually the latter as I am sad Leomie no mates haha) but its not the same as experiencing a place with a friend or loved one. When I was younger and travelling I was scared to even venture out and explore; the world is a scary place at 16/17 when you're by yourself! I would literally go out when needed and come straight home or just look at places that were on my route. I'd say when I went to Spain in May this year for two weeks was the first time I properly went out to explore the country I was in; even then it became repetitive when you have no one to be amazed with. However, now that I'm getting older I realise that you really do have to make every opportunity a great experience, even if you sometimes feel lonely or scared to try new things. I try my best not to dwell on what's going on back home, despite missing my friends and family and not being able to talk to them face to face; might as well enjoy where I am right?! So tonight I got a cab to an amazing steak house and had dinner by myself; something that would have terrified me a few years ago! Can't wait to go to New York next year and really get out there and explore; hope you guys will enjoy the journey with me! 20121210-211133.jpg This is the only picture I've taken whilst in Germany lol... Hope you can make out the thick snow through the glass! The other day, website like this pharmacy Harry and I finally went to see Twilight! It had just started getting cold but I wanted and outfit that wasn't bulky but kept me warm. I decided on layering my new Gap hoodie with my Marni for H&M, order patent body jacket, teaming it with staple black skinnies and one of my favourite trainers. Underneath my hoodie I used an old cardigan for extra warmth because realistically my coat wasn't exactly the warmest. I decided to take my Klear Klutch out for a spin and caught a few envious women glaring at it! Harry was my photographer for the night and did a rather good job considering he's half blind! Jacket, Marni x H&M Gap Hoodie, ebay (check out my ebay haul video) Jeans, Old Topshop Tall Trainers, Nike Clutch, Klear Klutch