Back To The Streets Of London

Posted on Thursday, 26 May 2016

I'm back on the streets of London my dear stalkers snapping London's fashion delights. Today the sun shone beautifully so out came my camera for a spot of sun goddess stalking! 

I loved this chicks style who I stalked on the streets of Soho. The hat, sunnies and trench all in black with that pop of colour is perfect simplistic styling.

The Stalkers Got Hitched Part Two: The Honeymoon

Posted on Monday, 23 May 2016

When they say your wedding day is the best day of your life, they'd be correct and follow that with the best holiday of your life to date that also would be spot on correct! 

We honeymooned it up amongst lions, elephants and rhinos at the most divine private game reserve in South Africa, and followed that with a ton of cocktails on the beach in Mauritius .. heaven on a plate! So to part two of the reason I've been away from stalking for a while... The Honeymoon!

The Day The Stalker Got Hitched Part One

Posted on Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Darlings, I'm baaack!! After the most special moments of my life and I am very excited to be sharing all my memories with you all my dear readers.. apologies I've disappeared for too long! 

It all started with a Temperley dress on a sunny day in April when I married my Mr Big..! 

Stalked: Jc Munoz, Emerging Fashion Designer

Posted on Monday, 21 March 2016

Recently I've been rather obsessed with sport-lux and brands that are combining modern silhouettes with a sporty twist, this is exactly what the designer JC Munoz is all about!
This very talented American designer began his career as an artist, he then turned to bring his illustrations to life through fashion design. Graduating the Academy of Art University in San Francisco with a bachelors in Fashion and Textile design. His vision is to create a style that combines strong prints with a contemporary look.

I caught up with him to find out more his latest very cool collection...

Why did you decide to get into fashion? 

As a young kid I've always loved to draw and sketch but I was mainly surrounded by sports. Throughout my childhood I played sports my entire life and eventually ended up getting a scholarship to play college baseball in Texas. After my second year I decided this wasn't the path for me in which I decided to take more of a creative path. This brought me to the Academy of Art university in San francisco where I began studying to be a graphic designer. I later decided to take a fashion class and it all started from there. 

Stalked: Leo Li, Founder, Neo-Ne Studios

Posted on Monday, 7 March 2016

As some of my regular readers will know, I have 3 weaknesses in life.. first; has to be outerwear, second; of course shoes and last but most importantly.. Sunglasses and on the later subject please may I introduce you all to a brand that I stumbled across on Instagram and am currently obsessed with!!!

Neo-Ne is a project which was founded in 2012 by Hong Kong-based Leo Li. Born out of a major interest in the concept of vision, Neo-Ne explores the world of visuality via two different ways: spectacles and photography. After being drawn in by just that I caught up with him to find out more about the brand...

Why did you decide to get into the world of eyewear?

I have been working in design industry for years before I start up the brand and was mainly focus on graphic and photography. But I am always interested in product design, it is probably influenced by my father. I love the sophisticated structure and magical visual effect the eyewear have. After a year of preparation and research, I decided to fully dedicate to eyewear and team up with my best team to establish the brand Neo-Ne. 

Stalked: Deiwid Zottis, Emerging Fashion Designer, ZØTS

Posted on Thursday, 3 March 2016

I've always been rather fascinated by the ever popular trend known as 'Norm-core', one in which my latest stalk prides themselves in catering for, please may I introduce the emerging designer Deiwid Zottis, the designer behind ZØTS.

Driven by norm-core concept, ZØTS is a new brand, based on minimalism and simplicity, focusing on modelling, sober colours and details. Established in Caxias do sul, Rio Grande do Sul, the brand has aimed not follow fashion trends, making the pieces timeless and unique. I caught up with the designer all the way from Brazil, to find out more about this interesting brand and concept.

Why did you decide to be a designer and what do you love about it?

From an early age I liked to draw and create things. After high school I decided to join the university of Product Design and worked during four years in the company Grendene S/A as a shoes designer. At the end of this period I’ve decided it was time to create my own brand. With my concept and my ideals, my way. I had never worked with clothes so this was a big challenge and a great desire for me. What I love most in this profession is to see the end result, seeing people on the street using a product that I’ve created, there isn’t more satisfying feeling than that.

LFW Hen Clash!

Posted on Tuesday, 1 March 2016

London Fashion Week has been and gone for another season and I have to apologise to all my lovely readers about the lack of LFW stalking coming from this end but I can assure you I have a good excuse.. I was in fact on my Hen Party! Here's a little peep at last weekends goings on...


Stalked: Janet Yeung, Fashion Designer, New York. Yeung Kawai

Posted on Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Janet Yeung, grew up Hong Kong, New York and Paris, and then settled back in New York to attend one of the most prestigious fashion schools in the World; Parsons.  Her collection is playful pulling on inspirations from life little treasures; art, food and her loved ones.

Her use of bright colours and contemporary silhouettes caught my eye, so I simply had to share her talent with all my lovely readers!

Why did you decide to get into fashion? 

I was actually preparing my college application for Business major, and I would draw during my free time as a way to refresh my mind. Whenever I read business cases to study, I also frequently imagined what kind of people the 'characters' would be, how they would look like, and what they would be wearing (I even made a whole illustrated story board for this super long, boring case I had to study...).

I realized illustration was something that I would never get bored of doing. Then when I began to develop my portfolio, I decided I wanted to do more than just 2D illustrations, and to learn how to 3D-ify them. That was when I chose to get into fashion. 

Stalked: Brianna Lamar, Jewellery Designer

Posted on Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Brianna Lamar is an artist & designer from Ojai, California working in fine art, jewellery & textile surface design.  After graduating in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC she then spent a year in the Italian lands studying at Polimoda in Florence. 

As I am about to go on holiday in April I am at the moment looking for anything that would look cool on the beach with swimwear and this designer seriously caught my eye with her latest collection. I think you'll agree all her work is a must have for this summer!

Why did you decide to concentrate on unconventional jewellery forms? 

I've never personally been one to follow convention in any aspect of my life.  I find my greatest fulfilment from creating something authentic and intuitive.  I feel that's the essence of what it means to be a designer.  Also, I have a background in fashion design, so the idea of working with the entire form of the body to create pieces that are draped to fit and flatter the human figure is natural and intriguing to me

Stalked: Yael Cohen, Milliner, Justine Hats. Tel Aviv

Posted on Tuesday, 2 February 2016

So I've always had a thing about hats and especially finding a brand that thinks outside the box with traditional hats. I recently stumbled across the lovely designer Yael, who is the brains and talent behind the Tel Aviv based brand Justine Hats. 

Why did you decide to get into fashion?

I have always work between  the lines of design, art & fashion using unique & non-conform connections of concept, shape & materials. l  like the connections  between body - design - craft, and i find in millinery all what i look for - handmade technique, creative, body, design process, verity of materials.