April 11, 2014

The Stylist’s Rail is back!

This is the lovely Plum. @PlumsTweets.

plumPlum is someone I really respect personally and professionally (after finding each other on Twitter ages ago) after we soon realised we had the same sort of ambition and vision for ourselves. I love following what she gets up to as we both live in East London, she knows ALL the hotspots and she is a really positive person. She is a real inspiration, fabulous writer and someone who has a such a “go get ’em” attitude. If that wasn’t enough she is also very creative too, having co-founded Pinned it, Made it! group. She certainly is a busy bee.

But that’s not just it either. Plum also runs the awesome The Stylist’s Rail which is back TOMORROW at the Hoxton Hotel and after an absolutely amazing time last time I wanted to tell everyone to come along!

I got some amazing bargains last time and I find that getting a good pick of the rail gives you such a greater buzz than coming home with something from the high street that everyone else will have in their wardrobes too! 

It’s also a really good opportunity to check out all the upcoming designers or companies you may not have heard of – it gives a lot of inspiration to try new looks or experiment with something that is a little bit different to what you would normally wear. 

This month there is fashion editors from Who’s Jack, GRAZIA and COMPANY selling and welcome back Bohemian Rose VintageThe Style Merchants and celebrity fashion designer Nikita Karizma and loads more! Check the Facebook page for more info.

Bloom Gin will provide the perfect summer drink of their signature floral and fruity G&Ts and the Hoxton Radio DJs bring the noise, playing a selection of get-up-and-dance party tunes throughout the day. What’s not to love?


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