Exploring Creativity: The photographer

The first 2015 interview in my series on creative careers is an in-depth discussion with Idil Sukan, who is a photographer working in entertainment and the Creative Director of West London agency Draw HQ. She has been the official photographer at both the Edinburgh Festival's Fringe and the British Independent Film Awards. Her portfolio ranges... Continue Reading →

Exploring Creativity: The milliner

Continuing my series on creative careers, I recently spoke to London-based milliner Anna Dominoes to find out a bit more about what she does and how she got started. You can find Anna and her wonderful hats on Facebook, Twitter and Etsy. Lori: Hats aren't an everyday thing these days, so how did you first... Continue Reading →

Introducing… Ragamuffin Crafts

A friend pointed me in the direction of a Facebook post by Ragamuffin Crafts recently as bloggers were required for reviewing hair accessories and, well, I have both a blog and hair so was deemed fully qualified for the job. After poking around on the page for a bit, I discovered that Ragamuffin Crafts is... Continue Reading →

The art of the self manicure

I've always been a fan of painting my nails. From the peel-off polish of my childhood to today's 3D effect glitters, I reckon I have probably owned at least one bottle off the stuff at any time over the last 30 years. In fact, one of my few scars is from trying to open a... Continue Reading →

The Katzenjammer Club

If, like me, you came out of the video room at the V&A's Club to Catwalk exhibition and wondered why there's nothing like that in London any more, I have got some rather exciting news for you! If you're a fan of the antics of icons like David Bowie, Klaus Nomi or Leigh Bowery, then... Continue Reading →

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