July 11, 2012 § 1 Comment
I have been a fan of Jimmy Choo candy clutch for a while and especially this season when it got a photographic print update. And now that I am back from holiday and longing for reminders of sun, sea and all things wonderful, nothing can suit my mood better than those Jimmy Choo clutches. When it is grey and miserable outside – for those who are not used to London weather, grey and miserable is the most suitable way of describing any season and especially this year’s ‘summer’ of ours – the only thing that keeps my spirits high is staring at my cover photo on Facebook where me and my girlfriends are posing for a picture on the beach with sunrise at the background after our last night out of the holiday. All thanks to Jimmy Choo I don’t have to have holiday snaps withdrawal even when I am away from my laptop, all I need is to look down at the clutch to remind myself that somewhere in the world people are enjoying real summer.
But there is yet another reason why this post is currently appropriate. These clutches are still available at reduced prices at Harvey Nichols – thanks to summer sale the price has been cut from £495 to £300! So get yourself down to HN and purchase these desirable pieces of summer!
August 14, 2011 § Leave a comment
Finders Keepers is an Australian brand that makes young fashionable clothes that are full of life and colour. After becoming a success story Down Under, the affordable label is moving into UK by opening a concession in Harvey Nichols.
With no brand awareness prior to hearing the news I was pleasantly surprised looking through their online gallery – beautiful party dresses, cool shorts and chic blouses all reasonably priced (dresses roughly £60). My favourite piece, shown above is a On the Road Shirt Dress that epitomises Australian fashion – laid back yet very stylish.
I have a good feeling – this brand will fit well in UK, we love our laid back clothing that shows we care but do not obsess over it. The only question is the price positioning of the brand as it tries to expand, if it stays in the affordable region Harvey Nichols might not promote it to mass market, but nevertheless it is a good place to start.