On January 18th 2020 we took over the 8th floor of White City House and something magical happened. The event was sponsored by H&M and hosted by Nat and Illana. Here are the photos, which aid as the perfect visual imagery as words alone cannot quite express the magnitude of what went down. Images by Paula Siqueira FEELING MYSELF is designed as a welcoming, inclusive, and empowering experience. The day includes open and honest conversations with inspirational panellists. Foll
When Beyonce talks the world listens and last week saw this iconic woman talk to US Vogue about her FUPA and about body acceptance, among other things in her latest interview with US Vogue. For all of those who were equally as perplexed by the acronym as me, a FUPA stands for the fatty upper pubic area (I had to look it up). Otherwise known as the mum tum or a muffin top. My feeling on hearing the news that the world’s biggest pop star has been sharing her vulnerabilities pub
I first started Style Me Sunday almost 6 years ago because I didn’t see enough women who represented me in the clothes I wanted to wear, so I thought I would get off my back side and do something about it. It has now evolved into something more. Having children has really opened up my eyes to the ways society works and it’s made me braver and more insistent on being a force for change. I want to show my daughters that there is not one type of beauty. That what we are told are
Shirt | Skirt | Bag (similar) I sometimes think one of the few downsides to working for yourself is that I miss out on dressing for the office every day. I daydream about all the different outfits I'd put together if I was heading out that door every day, and not just for the school run. I like to imagine I'd have a wardrobe full of exciting outfit combinations and heels to match, adding a slick of lipstick to finish of my perfectly preened look. Then reality sets in and I qu
Photo by @angeladennisphoto On June 16th 2017 at The Clapton Laundry a little bit of magic was created... A bunch of women got together and tried to leave their insecurities at the door. Many of the women have had life-long self-esteem issues and striping off in front of a camera, in the presence lots of other people was not something that was going to be easy to do. But, the atmosphere was electric and the encouragement from everyone on the day was infectious and uplifting.
It's hard to imagine that it is only a few days until my 3rd Warrior Woman project - Friday 16h June. I have worked so hard for this to come together (as have The Tape Agency) and it's been months in planning. It will be the biggest and best one yet. The previous initiatives have all been social media based. This is the first actual event I'm doing and it's going to be MEGA. I'm so excited! This third project is called Fierce! It's all about breaking down those insecurities,