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  • The first look at Jeremy Scott for Adidas Spring/Summer 2012 has arrived! As these are the only non-heels I get really excited about (which my shoe blog can confirm), I am in instant animal sneaker love. Thank you, Pablo Olea.

  • Alexa Chung has been talking to Teen Vogue about her “It-Girl Problems“, ie. she spent her entire wardrobe budget for “24-Hour Catwalk” (her upcoming TV show) on a single Balenciaga leather jacket. She joked that she will have “10 episodes to do and nothing to wear”. I wish my problems were this Balenciaga-related.

  • I don’t think Jean Paul Gaultier will be looking forward to any coverage in Vogue any time soon. In a recent interview, the designer decided to bare all in when the topic of fashion films and The Devil Wears Prada came up. Ever wondered what industry insider’s thought of the rumoured Editor in Chief ice queen? In his own words?

    Anna Wintour is a lot more monstrous than she is described!

  • The New York Times put up quite a brilliant article regarding Sex and The City, Christian Louboutin, and how Manolo Blahnik got stiletto status. Check it out here
  • Beach Body
    Finally – some sun! I have been back in London just under a week and have spent all but one day in traditional British Summer weather (rain and/or cold and/or wind). When the lovely people at The Chelsea Day Spa invited me to test out some new technology in tanning, you better believe my unwillingly sun-detoxed skin was wailing “yes! yes! yes!”.

    Said technology? The Vita Liberata tan. Organic and paraben free, the nourishing spray tan takes about ten minutes to be applied and can deliver anything from a light glow to a Hawaii-esque colour.

    Unfortunately, even after waiting twenty minutes longer than I had scheduled after the tan, I had to brave a monsoon-like Kings Road upon leaving. Any spray-tan alumni will know that you should never exercise/swim/shower for roughly 8 hours after your treatment or you will become streaky and patchy.

    Cue Lela London running – braless – down the street as the top layer of her tan is literally running down her arms and legs onto both her dress and Balenciaga city bag. Even better? The drippy hour-long commute that followed. I thought it was over. I was mentally planning a wardrobe of full bodysuits for the week ahead.

    Miraculously, as I toweled off and rubbed tons of moisturiser in roughly two hours later, the streaks disappeared. Vita Liberata not only turned into a stunning glow that was complimented multiple times over the next few days, but it didn’t streak in a rainstorm. Miracle treatment.

    Luckily, The Chelsea Day Spa has combined the customizable tanning treatment with two other A-list delights in a new signature package called “BBB – Beach Body Beautiful“. The make-over combines Vita Liberata with underarm, bikini, eyebrow & full leg waxing and a New York manicure & pedicure. All for only £99. To book an appointment, either call 020 7351 0911 or visit www.thechelseadayspa.co.uk.

    Alistair Carr

    Alistair Carr

    Alistair Carr is taking the reigns as Pringle‘s new design director! The label just announced the hiring of the talented Balenciaga alum, which will undoubtedly lock in their recent industry appreciation. Carr has worked directly under Nicolas Ghesquiere, as well as designing for Chloe, Cacharel, and Marni.

    On the other end of the spectrum, the 20-year-old megabrand Sigerson Morrison has just lost it’s founders: Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison. Reports say that the duo will be “pursuing other business opportunities”, likely due to a push into mass markets. C’est la vie.

    Bambi Northwood-BlythTwenty year-old Bambi Northwood-Blyth (real name Stephanie) is an industry shorty at 5’7”, but carries that same mysterious Kate Moss ‘X’ factor to carry her through to an international career. She is also a juvenile Diabetic (as am I!).
    Bambi Northwood-Blyth
    This Australian It girl has worked every day this year (according to her agency Priscillas), with her sultry pout and trademark caterpillar eyebrows seemingly everywhere at the moment Down Under. View Post