Back to the times I used to dress up to go to Sainsbury’s (joke).
I tend to use black in most of my outfits to send strong and clear messages about myself.
One of the perks of living in Canary Islands is that I get the chance to spend most of my spare time outdoor, exposing myself to a variety of sports and activities that London wasn’t really allowing.
Babouches are a must have for anyone travelling to Morocco – they come in so many prints, finish, colours that it is impossible not to find some that suit even the weirdest and unusual tastes.
Vogue reads ‘A sense of humour is the ultimate way to accessorise your sleepwear style‘. That’s EXACTLY how this trend needs to be approached.
Best way to prepare for a week of Music Festival in Barcelona? Definitely spend a few days surrounded by natural landscapes, beautiful building from the 19th century and Catalan food.
There’s nothing cosier than oversized hooded sweatshirts with warm padding. Sorry Vetements kiddos, us 90s kids have been doing this since we were 10 yo with acne sprinkles.
Las Americas in Tenerife, a mini LA in the heart of the South of the Island.
Who said there’s no dope streetstyle fashion scene in Tenerife? Me.
Living in Tenerife means you get to explore and experience the good and the bad, the premium hippie/surfing vibes as well as the tacky constructed areas.
Layers are not very practical here in Tenerife; normally, if I manage to keep a t-shirt and a jacket on without calling firefighters for more than a couple of hours I can consider myself lucky.