Fashion Revolution Week of DIYs: Macramé Denim Jeans Bracelet

It’s day two of Fashion Revolution Week which, of course, calls for another DIY! I’m so excited to share this easy-to-make, macramé bracelet with you today, which you can make out of an old pair of jeans. Let’s jump into the DIY… You will need: – Denim material/ old jeans – Fabric scissors (or any sharp scissors) Step 1: Cut your denim into four long … Continue reading Fashion Revolution Week of DIYs: Macramé Denim Jeans Bracelet

Fashion Revolution Week of DIYs: Upcycled Fabric Tray

It is official, Fashion Revolution Week is back for 2020! This week, (20th -26th April 2020) those interested in the fashion industry across the globe will be coming together to promote more sustainable processes, materials and attitudes towards the fashion we all love and wear. This year, the week’s line-up of events will obviously be much different to previous years due to the current lockdown … Continue reading Fashion Revolution Week of DIYs: Upcycled Fabric Tray

CREATE: Inspiring Vision Board

Hello everyone! With everyday life in quarantine beginning to feel monotonous for many of us, I thought I would share with you this brilliant DIY to help get our positivity and goals back on track. Inspired by the latest episode on The Science of Happiness podcast, this mood board features an accumulation of images that can help put a smile on our faces and remind … Continue reading CREATE: Inspiring Vision Board

My Top Five Podcasts For Creativity And Fashion

Hello everyone! Since we have reached a time when we are being called to slow down and stay home, I thought it might be a good idea to share with you some of my favourite podcasts. Whether you’re listening whilst working, on a walk or, like me, listening whilst you’re eating breakfast, podcasts can be a great source of unique information as well as inspiration. … Continue reading My Top Five Podcasts For Creativity And Fashion

Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life

  Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson’s most recent exhibition at the Tate Modern is a charming mix of installation, photography and sculpture. Discussing themes including public space, social responsibility and climate change, the colourful, immersive exhibition is a chance to ponder our role in society as well as the natural world. The sense of temporary community that Eliasson builds throughout the experience, as well as his … Continue reading Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life

Curating A Wardrobe: Mindful Purchasing

Welcome to a brand-new series! As summer finally arrives bringing the sun and, according to Barnardo’s, 50 million more fashion purchases, I thought it would be an excellent time to launch a new Cathryn Amethyst series titled ‘Curating A Wardrobe.’ The aim for this series is to encourage us to think more carefully and mindfully about how we purchase our clothes as well as, and … Continue reading Curating A Wardrobe: Mindful Purchasing

Exhibition: Mary Quant

A recent workshop at the V&A gave me the amazing opportunity to visit their most recent exhibition consisting of work from the swinging sixties’ designer Mary Quant. Throughout the exhibition, which was beautifully arranged into the timeline of the expansion of her fashion empire which spread from simple pieces into makeup, stockings, underwear and a diffusion line, I felt extremely inspired. The simplicity of her … Continue reading Exhibition: Mary Quant