As I write this I’m sat in a comfy bed in a hotel in Warwick, with my finance lecture notes neglected at my feet, ready to be picked up for the night. Today my family came down to Warwick the drop the third and final child of the family off at university, my ‘little’ brother is officially a fresher, and I’m an old third year who will be in an office this time next year… how depressing. University, I honestly believe, is one of the best times of your life; I can’t believe how fast its all going by.
I was asked a while ago now if I would like to receive a Citrus Clear product to review, and to say this post is long overdue would be an understatement. Life has been so hectic that the easiest type of post to get up has been fashion or advice posts, reviews seemed to take a back seat for the summer. Howeverrrr, this year at uni I’m taking on more responsibility. I’ve just started my role as a co-executive editor of the arts and culture section of my student newspaper, and this has meant I’ve needed to kick myself up the ass in terms of organisation. I want my organisation to be absolutely 100 in terms of my work, my extra curriculars, and of course this blog; starting off with this review.
London Fashion Week has kicked off, and living in central London has dropped me right in the middle of all the activity. Suddenly it’s not out of the ordinary to see paparazzi floating around, VIP fashion week cars lined up down the road, and even a 20m stretch of road closed off for the most exclusive shows.
Teresita Orillac debuted her SS16 collection this Saturday at London Fashion Week and the line was impressive enough to be covered by both Glamour and Vogue…