The Perennial Winter Wardrobe Staples You Need in Your Life Winter wardrobe staples might appear to be diametrically opposed to everything I stand for as the Fashion Horn but hear me out, OK? Wardrobe Wars – Style Staple or Red Herring? Who was it that said dress for the job you want? I often find myself dressing on a…
Ecstasy of the Night is a fashion editorial about losing yourself to the moment, the music and the lure of the night. Shot by Andrew Rankin and styled by me.
“I used to tell my clients, ‘I don’t care what your husband does from the neck down, but I don’t want them to touch you from the neck up.'" Fierce words from Margaret Vinci Heldt, creator of the beehive. The 1960s had many fashion icons whose enduring style still holds appeal. Here's my homage to 60s fashion.
The wrap top has finally been resurrected and it's had a major facelift. Think flamin' Nora pink, leg o'mutton sleeves, a fierce back story and you're halfway there. Find out why this humble garment is my new sartorial go-to.
Brigitte Bardot is not dead. Want to swell the coffers of your sex appeal? Of course you do. Bare that clavicle, girl, and show your pound of flesh. The off-the-shoulder trend is going nowhere so here's how to wear it for any occasion.
Sustainable fashion brands - a token gesture masking clever marketing strategies or an ethically sound way of protecting our environment? You decide. Here's my favourite eco-friendly fashion brands for you to feast your moral gaze over.
SIZE MATTERS! Forget the bottomless pit that is your handbag. It's time to stop rummaging through the equivalent of Pompeii, get these cheap-as-chips minituare handbags and forgo the rummage.
Serpents, sabre-toothed tigers and sylvan-inspired prints, Gucci's romanticism and intricate Italian craftsmanship means it is the most sought-after ready-to-wear brand for any bona fide style maven. Here's how to channel the Gucci look for less than a night out. You're welcome.
Ruffled trousers - the signature piece with oodles of personality and a jaunty attitude to boot. Forget your digits - let your legs do the talking - and they're delivering the keynote speech. Channel the trend in three easy steps.
Disenfranchisement and identity seem to be the recurring themes in the best of this year's new releases in literary fiction. From Jason Donald's Dalila to Alison Jameson’s This Family of Things and today's release Gravel Heart by Abdulrazak Gurnah, read on for my top ten reads of the year.
Verging on middle age; not quite sea hag, not yet swan, Mary Cate (AKA me) is a self-professed kook with a love of man-repelling outfits, raging feminist outbursts and high brow cultural escapades. Has no access to the top shelf (5' 2"). Expect hair. Lots of hair.
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September 30, 2017
By Mary Cate Smith