Everything you ever wanted to know about t-shirts… ‘T-shirt: Cult Culture Subversion’ at the...

I’m so clueless about t-shirts that it wasn’t until I went on a tour of the new T-Shirt: Cult – Culture - Subversion exhibition that opened this week at The Fashion & Textile Museum...

Indian Clay Bangle Making

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRLkprb0ESs A mesmerising watch. I feel naked without bangles. They are the one accessory I have to wear and on the rare occasions I've accidently left my house without wearing any, I've gone to the nearest shop...

My 1st Photowalk- Shoreditch, London

Photowalks have been a thing for a while now but it wasn't until the summer that I finally had the chance to go on one. To be honest although I was booked onto Blogtacular's...

How To Tie A Sarong Thai Style

A visit to The Sadet Market and Mantra Silk Shop in Nong Khai, Thailand

The World of Anna Sui – In Conversation with Anna

I nearly exploded from excitement the day I heard there was going to be an Anna Sui exhibition at The Fashion and Textile Museum in London. Embodying everything fashion should be, I love how Anna’s work...

Learning traditional Mexican Gancho Embroidery from the Istmo of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico and trying...

All over the markets in Oaxaca and beyond you’ll see clothing (typically traditional Mexican Huipils) decorated with giant flower embroidery. The region this stitched style originates from is The Istmo of Tehuantepec in the...

Museum of Bags and Purses, Amsterdam

There are around 300 museums in Amsterdam, more than any other city in the world. From beer production and house boats to galleries filled with masterpieces and modern art, it's impossible to get bored...

Visiting Central America’s biggest Craft Market, Chicicastenango in Guatemala

Earlier this year a teenage dream came of Craft and Travel's Editor-in-Chief of visiting Guatemala came true. The colours, patterns textiles and fashion have always had immense appeal so when she visited, she HAD to...

Yes you can look good: what to pack for snow

At a travelblogger’s conference earlier this year I was horrified to learn that I am not a proper travel blogger. If I was, I would have written a dozen ‘packing advice’ posts by now....

Stop Brexit Fashion – when style and politics collide

Pin badge from Froggie and Rosbif Some serious effort has been made over the last few months at the numerous protests that have taken place by Anti-Brexit campaigners. Look back at the photos and you’ll see...

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