There can be no finer spot for a fashion show than the National Museum of Scotland. Especially when it’s the label 1436 with infamous Scot Graeme Black as the creative director. Renowned for its baby cashmere, the collection didn’t disappoint. Here I am wearing SS14, head to toe, ahead of the show
Some of the sumptuous double-faced cashmere offerings from Graeme Black
The beautifully designed invitation for Graeme Black’s show for 1436 in Edinburgh
Slightly smitten with all things Massimo Dutti. And with my new earthy toned outfit.  Just the thing when the weather is as unpredictable as it is
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Polkadots & lace
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Love this image of Keira Knightley.  The outfit is beyond dreamy 

Love this image of Keira Knightley.  The outfit is beyond dreamy 

Had a Cinderella moment with Christian Louboutin this week.  I enjoyed a delicious lunch at the Doll’s House in Hoxton, decked out in some of his fruitiest pieces
A very exciting delivery from a fellow MW
Yellow, floral appliqué, embellishment, Matthew Williamson - 4 of my favourite ingredients.  This is the ‘Martha’ dress
Love this image of Caroline Winberg, shot by Camilla Akrans

Love this image of Caroline Winberg, shot by Camilla Akrans

Spent a lovely day with the LK Bennett team for a shoot & interview for ‘the edit’.  Didn’t struggle to select some beautiful pieces to wear for the pics.
Full interview on the link below - 
http://www.lkbennett.com/the-edit/interview/martha-ward
Dreamy dress; Jackie Onassis, 1970

Dreamy dress; Jackie Onassis, 1970

A gem fell into my hands yesterday.  A hand-me-down from my mother who acquired this dress that Susan Hampshire wore in the original series of ‘The Forsyte Saga’.  The detailing is exquisite - bows, pleats, collars, ruching, trims - it’s hard to find a good 1920s number these days, in immaculate condition anyway
A close up of the 1940s dress from The Forstye Saga.  My new love.  They don’t make them like this anymore
Keeping up to date on all things travel related with virtual globetrotting site Le Postcard.  Creator Stephanie Steinman has curated an online travel notebook so you’ll never be left wondering again.  She kindly featured me as one of her ‘globetrotters’ last week
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