Sunday, November 11, 2012


I'm the one you chose
Out of all the people
You wanted me the most
I'm so sorry that I've fallen
Help me up lets keep on running
Don't let me fall out of love

Running, running
As fast as we can
Do you think we'll make it?
(Do you think we'll make it?)
We're running
Keep holding my hand
It's so we don't get separated

-Running, No Doubt

Howdy babe faces.
It's Sunday (celebrate!) My favourite day of the week.
The only day where I can sleep in as long as I want (which is usually prettttttty long if I'm going to be honest) , do whatever I want (which is usually a whole lot of nothing, mixed in with baking the rig or getting underwater), and get delivery for every meal (I am sipping on a delivered strong latte as we speak.) Sundays! Woohoo!
This very post is a vivid procrastination to finishing what I was meant to have completed yesterday...the accounting for this collab. (I can hear you yawning from here)...but I did make myself a spiffy little chalk board to make such activities a little more fun, so hopefully I can get into my 'school teacher' vibe after this and get that done! (more on that to come....the DIY chalkboard der, not my 'school teacher vibe'. Just to be clear.)
So the cowboy biker boots that I designed in collaboration with Lasskaa have gone a bit bonkers (which is epic), and the latest love story has been with
They posted a shoot featuring the boot on their blog that ticked a few of my boxes so I thought I would share it with you. 
Triple denim √. Big guns √. Boys with beards √. Dancing in the desert for no reason √. 

p.s these boots are nearly extinct and will never be repeated so if you haven't already got your's cause your procrastinating by reading blogs (tisk tisk) click on the below to check the stockist nearest you:


Thursday, November 1, 2012


The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,
The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas,
The road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor,
And the highwayman came riding—
The highwayman came riding, up to the old inn-door.

-The highway man, Alfred Noyes

WA (frigging) HOO !
My jewellery site is frigging up and running (boom boom boom).
The spring collection 'the highway man' is a small collection of hand crafted pieces, using hand picked stones (by yours truly). 
I wanted to use real metals, and opted for oxidised and polished 100% silver for this range.
I have delved into some creepier elements for the Winter 2013 collection, but you will just have to hold tight a couple of months for those guys!
Here's a little run down to get you in the mood...

The Spring/Summer jewellery collection ‘the highway man’ 
was inspired by the romance of nature, and the nature of romance. 
Using 100% silver and personally selected crystals, each piece 
created is individual and hand made. Melted metal respresenting fosilised molten lava, and the stones reflecting the jagged nature of snowy mountain peaks. It is these natural inspirations contrasted against balancing symmetry (such as the shape of the triangle) that give the label it’s individual and polished edge.