London based fashion, travel, and lifestyle writer with over five years of experience in the luxury fashion industry, including Vogue USA, and TWENTY6Magazine.
Having worked as the Features Editor for one of the UK's leading digital publications, I have built a solid network of contacts and gained invaluable insights into the British Fashion industry.
My creative work encompasses fashion, art, lifestyle, and travel.
This article is a condensed version of the original piece from our recent Dark Romance issue. You can read it by clicking here. Fashion Week is synonymous with creativity, inspiration, but most of all, exclusivity. What only few get to witness the unveiling of in-person, the rest of us scour the internet in the days after for a glimpse of what we missed.
Sunspel Celebrates 80 Years of British Manufacturing with its 1937 Collection Simplicity is a quality that is often underrated, but has been at the core of Sunspel's philosophy for over a century. And while trends come and go, much like seasonal return of the oversized shoulder or the seventies flared trouser, each time in slightly different iterations, Sunspel capitalises on the importance of simplicity.
They say in fashion that skirts are shorter when times are good, and grow longer when times are hard. While we won't go in-depth into the correlation of hemlines and collective societal prosperity, it is worth noting that there was a glaring lack of short skirts for fall.
1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background, what inspired you to start your own brand? I have been creative ever since I was a little girl. Whether it was pointing out the changing colours of leaves in autumn, baking with my mum, or mastering the art of cross-stitch, the world around me has always inspired me to create.
They say diamonds are a girl's best friend, but with all the new and exciting jewellery offerings this season, why stick with just diamonds? While jewellery has always been an essential part of any self-respecting woman's wardrobe, it has undeniably undergone a kind of renaissance in recent years.
On a chilly London eve, we head to Bob Bob Ricard to have a glamorous sit down dinner with Snowy Li of S.Novio. A woman of undeniable style and taste, it is no wonder that Snowy has created the per...
In a myriad of ways, Sonia Rykiel was an icon for essentially Parisian rebelliousness. Her first boutique opened in the heart of literary Saint-Germain-des-Prés in May 1968; during an uneasy time filled with slogans and ideals.
Nothing signals the coming of spring than the pitter patter of a brand new pair of shoes. With the upcoming change in season comes a necessary change in footwear, as we pack up our chunky snow covered winter boots and indulge in something with a bit more pizzazz.
Packing for a big trip is always a stressful affair. "How many outfits do I pack" "how many in-flight gadgets do I really need on my hand-carry," "what was my baggage allowance again?" - are ...
On the verge of the sunnier days of spring, we explore one of the season's most tantalising trends - fringe & feathers. From Osman's luscious feather trimmed loungewear, to Christopher Kane's darkly romantic spring collection filled with feathery delights; designers' inspiration definitely took flight this season - both literally and metaphorically.
Here at House of Coco, we know the value of a great pair of sunglasses. And with spring finally bringing in some welcome sunshine, a fabulous pair of sunglasses should be on everybody's shopping lists for the season.
Colour has taken over the runways again; with a rainbow coloured spectrum to help you transition from dreary winter into blooming spring. Bold primary hues in striking colour blocks make for head turning statement dressing, but doesn't have to be limited to your wardrobe alone.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LONDON CREATORS / GILES DEACON . Portraits by Chris Baker . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LONDON CREATORS / ZANDRA RHODES . Portraits by Curtis Gibson . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LONDON CREATORS / HENRY HOLLAND / HOUSE OF HOLLAND . Portraits by Chris Baker . Interview by Hannah Tan
VAN CLEEF & ARPELS In the often intersecting worlds of High-Jewellery and architecture, craftsmen and engineers make Palaces of infinite complexities whether its on a delicate chandelier earring, or on the steel frames of a towering skyscraper. Creating Imaginary Palaces that have the astounding ability to transform, be it a woman's décolletage or a city skyline.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE K / KILLER HEELS / NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / ART / LEGENDS / JEAN PIGOZZI / POOL PARTY / HELMUT NEWTON FOUNDATION / Interview by Hannah Tan
Michiko Koshino has been a veteran of the menswear industry since moving to the UK in the 1980s. Along with the new wave of Japanese designers that have forever changed the London fashion scene, Michiko has offered up a new vision for menswear - one that is characterised by experimental silhouettes and a unique streetwear authenticity.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LIFESTYLE / LUISA BECCARIA / LUCILLA BECCARIA / . Portraits by Chris Baker , Interview by Hannah Tan
In conversation with Katie Eary, it is easy to see that she is just as, if not more, audacious than her riotous collections. Characterised by an unabashed charisma and a snappy wit, Katie Eary ushers in a new kind of menswear - one that is reinvented through a cheeky mix of bold prints and the perfectly executed silk shirt.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE K / KILLER HEELS / GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 Magazine / Issue 'J' / TRAVEL - Travel & Stay with us in TURKEY at the D-Hotel Maris
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE J / TRAVEL / LE MEURICE / PARIS
IceHotel, Jukkasjärvi Sweden Just 200 kilometres north of the Artic Circle, sits the Icehotel - a marvel of both architectural design and natural splendour. The first hotel of its kind, The Icehotel undergoes a metamorphosis every year, with its rooms and being built over the winter and melting away with the coming of spring.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE K / TRAVEL / BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL . Words by Hannah Tan
Boracay has been consistently named the Best Beach in the world and for good reason. From its powder white sand, to pristine shorelines, this tropical paradise in the Philippines is a dream destination that also packs a culinary punch. Team Coco rounds up the best restaurants in Boracay, for lush island dining that marries tropical flavours with stunning sea views.
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LORENZO QUINN . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / TWENTY6 TRAVEL / LIPIZZANER / SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL . Interview by Hannah Tan
TWENTY6 MAGAZINE / ISSUE L / LIFESTYLE / LIKE A COBBLER / DR. MARTENS . Photography by Hannah Tan . Words by Hannah Tan