John Varvatos London

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So on Wednesday I joined the menswear brand John Varvatos who are brand new to the UK which is extremely exciting! The brand originated in America and focuses on old world craftsmanship and refined tailoring with a modern twist. They have just opened their first store in London on Conduit Street and if you’re ever in town, I would highly recommend checking it out. It’s amazingly curated with a blend of rock and roll music vibes whilst showcasing the latest pieces from the brand. It felt extremely personal and was such a great experience being in the store, I just wanted to hang out, chill and talk about style and music all afternoon.

I also got the chance to hop on the #JVLondon Bus and head to Dean Street in Soho where we were giving out lots of

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Fusion Festival with Bose

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So this weekend I was lucky enough to attend Fusion Festival in Birmingham with Bose. I hadn’t been before so I was pretty excited to check it out. I got to team up with two other awesome bloggers Katie and Jamell when I arrived and we then set off walking around the festival grounds seeking out people with some awesome festival fashion to enter

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Revolver Coffee, Vancouver

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During my trip to Canada I spent some time in Vancouver and I took the opportunity to visit Revolver coffee that I’d heard great things about even before I’d travelled out there. This has to be one of my favourite coffee shops that I’ve ever visited, not only for the aesthetics but also for the quality of their coffee. Within the coffee shop itself they also have a connecting store called Archive; it stocks all of the coffee goodies you can imagine and I had to try extremely hard not to buy everything! George, one of the partners at Revolver was kind enough to

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July Playlist

Track List

1.      Jasmine- Jai Paul
2.     Time - Jungle
3.     NEW DORP. NEW YORK – SBTRKT, Ezra Koenig
4.     Can’t Do Without Out – Caribou
5.     Husks and Shells – Volcano Choir
6.     From Nowhere – Dan Croll
7.     Coffee – Sylvan Esso
8.     Bloodflows – SOHN
9.     Fall Over - Banks
10.   Wide Awake – Josh Record
11.    Holocene – Bon Iver
12.   Every Other Freckle – alt-J
13.   Jungle Remix – X Ambassadors, Jamie N Commons, Jay-Z
14.   It Was Always You – Maroon 5
15.   Faded - Zhu
16.   Aminals – Baths

 

Sorry the playlist is slightly late this month; I’ve been pretty non-stop since getting back from Canada. So here is my July Playlist, there are a few of my all time favourites on here so I hope you enjoy! I listened to this playlist a lot when I was traveling around Canada and I was just looking out of

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