If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, what is ed the genius behind Disco Nails, capsule who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. photo 1half of the class photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3Nagi, Sophy and Ryan   If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, what is ed the genius behind Disco Nails, capsule who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. photo 1half of the class photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3Nagi, Sophy and Ryan   First things first, help my bedroom is absolutely tiny! My room is overflowing with clothes and shoes so I have now created an extension of my room downstairs with a rail I bought from Ikea. It's clean, simple and practical and also very cheap for just £11! I put all of my key pieces on it and threw some of my favourite trainers at the bottom- I may just buy another one! You can buy one here. photo 2 photo 4 photo 3 photo 5 copy If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, what is ed the genius behind Disco Nails, capsule who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. photo 1half of the class photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3Nagi, Sophy and Ryan   First things first, help my bedroom is absolutely tiny! My room is overflowing with clothes and shoes so I have now created an extension of my room downstairs with a rail I bought from Ikea. It's clean, simple and practical and also very cheap for just £11! I put all of my key pieces on it and threw some of my favourite trainers at the bottom- I may just buy another one! You can buy one here. photo 2 photo 4 photo 3 photo 5 copy If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, seek the genius behind Disco Nails, case who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. DSC08535   Our amazing nail kit! photo 1half of the class   photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3 image_1 image_2 imageNagi, Sophy and Ryan   If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, what is ed the genius behind Disco Nails, capsule who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. photo 1half of the class photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3Nagi, Sophy and Ryan   First things first, help my bedroom is absolutely tiny! My room is overflowing with clothes and shoes so I have now created an extension of my room downstairs with a rail I bought from Ikea. It's clean, simple and practical and also very cheap for just £11! I put all of my key pieces on it and threw some of my favourite trainers at the bottom- I may just buy another one! You can buy one here. photo 2 photo 4 photo 3 photo 5 copy If you love nails and don't know about Sophy Robson then I don't know where you have been! On Saturday I attended her first exclusive nail Masterclass with curator Ryan Lanji and special guest nail artist Nagi, seek the genius behind Disco Nails, case who came from Japan to show us her skills! We got an amazing nail kit with products from Butter London and Leighton Deley as well as other bits perfect for true nail artists. There was an intimate group of nail artists varying from those who were doing it as a hobby to those who had been doing for years and we had 2 hours with Sophy and 2 hours with Nagi. Ryan gave us an interesting history of nails and nail art (did you know its been around since the Egyptian times) followed up by Sophy starting with the basics then moving up and showing us how to do a variety of different designs and how to take inspiration from things around us. When it was Nagis turn I got to be the hand model which was AMAZING. Nagi is from Japan where working with gel nail polishes is the big thing and it was amazing watching her work. Each time she painted something new I had to stick my hand under the UV light which you would think make it take extra long but she worked so fast- pure talent! It was a wicked day and we all learnt so much; cannot wait for her next Masterclass! You can watch my interview with Sophy here. DSC08535   Our amazing nail kit! photo 1half of the class   photo 2Sophys nails done by Nagi!   photo 3 photo 4Sophy and Ryan photo 5Some of the nails Sophy does at her salon- you guys should deffo visit. photo 1my practice nails photo 2Sophys demonstration nails DSC08540 DSC08547My nails done by Nagi photo 1me and Nagi photo 2me and Sophy photo 3 image_1 image_2 imageNagi, Sophy and Ryan   When it comes to completing an outfit, link for me, erectile it is all about the statement tee and recently I have seen so many different styles cropping up all over the gaff. Whether you like tees with your favourite artist on or an all over graphic print, a tee can add so much personality to your look. I thought I would dissect the t-shirt trends that I have seen on the street! Realistically I could have done so many different styles and brands but I thought I would do another t-shirt story in about a month or so with loads more styles and brands! Sports Jersey Style: This style of tee has been seen everywhere lately from Givenchy pre-fall to Topshop. It is a simple yet bold statement tee and although the first one is obviously a vest I will wear this with a baggy white or black tee underneath all the time when I get it so I thought it could qualify. I’d team this look with a dark pair of bold shades, a hat and of course a set of mean kicks. Girls could make it sexy with a pair of cute sandal heels. *tip for girls: buy the topshop tee in the tall section if you want to wear it like a dress* *tips for both: you could go all Fresh Prince with the first style- think baggy basketball shorts, Jordans and a multicoloured snapback* sportstee1. Adidas, £60 2. Pyrex, $125 3. Topshop, £20   Famous Faces: This is a personal favourite of mine because I feel this style of tee has a more personal touch; people can see what artist or person you like just by looking at your top. These t-shirts can be found everywhere; a hot spot being those ‘sell-everything’ stores in central London and places like Camden. You can choose whether to dress this style of tee up or down- go casual with a pair of ripped skinnies or dress it up with some cigarette trousers and a blazer. See how I styled one of my tees here. famousfaces 1. eBay, £10.50 2. Topman, £22 3.  Urban Outfitters, £40   The Graphic Tee: Graphic tees have become really popular recently with computerised patterns creating either a motif on the tee or taking over the whole garment. My favourite takes on the graphic tee have been religious imagery seen in Givenchy SS/13 and London based brand VMU London- I pre-ordered a Givenchy tee a few weeks ago! I love the graphic tee because the possibilities are endless and the designs are getting more and more detailed and exciting. I am also loving the graphic tees that are coming from U.K brands- Pray for Paris and Katie Eary are my favourites! graphic copy1. Katie Eary, £215 2. Givenchy, $835 3. VMU London, £69.99