- “Kate Moss has still got it. Well, she should do, I gave it to her just before she came on stage.” James Nesbitt onstage at the GQ awards
- “He’s so f***ing rude, I’m never coming here again.” Kate Moss as she storms out of the Awards.
- It’s huge. The thighs, the butt — everything explodes in the end. But it’s bizarre. Just as it’s a miracle that you can grow a human being in your belly, it’s a miracle that your body goes back to normal again.” Heidi Klum on pregnancy, the fourth time around: Her body goes back to normal? She is a freak.
- “I haven’t changed the way that I dress at all, which is probably why people stare a lot.” Vicky B on moving to LA from London.
- “Let’s just say, if I weren’t a model, I’d be a walking collage. I see my body as a blank canvas that’s aching to be decorated.” Model Abby Lee Kershaw to W magazine.
- “I like the way Lindsay dresses. Her house is a mini-department store. She changes outfits five times a day.” Mounir Moufarrige who appointed Lindsay Lohan as artistic director of Ungaro. So? She knows what she is doing?
- “If people talk to me about Sex and the City, I get sick. The taxi drivers recognize me now. It becomes too much and I don’t feel comfortable. I have never wanted to be a celebrity designer.” Manolo Blahnik.
- “I have to say that the thrill of falling in love with a piece of clothing, of rushing to the store, hoping it will be available, trying it on and leaving the store with the precious package, is still a real pleasure and can relieve a headache!” Carine Roitfeld. I hear ya sister!
- Because you are too lazy to go to Spotlight and sew them in.
- Because you don’t have any shoulders.
- Because you don’t have any style (this will add it instantly).
- Because you don’t want to be a dag any more. Bless.
- Because they are fabulous!
What: A Bright Bag
Which: You want a bright bag for summer. You can ditch black and go for red, orange, pink ( yes, pink!) or burgundy. The red tones are the most chic and the most versatile. You could try blue or green but those colours can be tricky to toss on. Go for a shoulder bag, a clutch or a chic drawstring tote. Oh, and I love a chain handle, texture and hardware.
Why: Because a bright hand bag will add a bit of vava voom to your cool, pale summer wardrobe. Because a bright bag will add a pop of colour to your plain old black or brown wardrobe. Because how many black bags do you own?
Wear: With simple neutral pants and classic jackets. Wear with black. Wear with aplomb, love and happiness!
Where: Check out Style.com for inspiration! Buy the Marc Jacobs red woven leather shoulder bag £835.53 from The Outnet.
Lanvin red pleated happy satchel €956.67 from Luisaviaroma.
Topshop 3 Colour Leather Satchel Bag £50.00 from Topshop.
Also try Myer for Givenchy, David Jones for Marc Jacobs, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Chanel, Belinda as well as Witchery, Trenery, Oroton, Aldo, and Sportsgirl.
- You need to cover your blushing when drooling in Prada.
- You need to cover your reaction to red wine (before you go back to work).
- You need to cover your dark circles from trying on your new Balenciaga shoes …all night.
- You need to cover dark circles after reading US September Vogue all night.
- You need Becca’s fabulous Compact Concealer to toss in the Birkin. It “cleverly contains two highly pigmented formulations within one slim compact — Extra-cover and Medium-cover. Enabling layering and mixing, this ingenious product provides total camouflage for almost any skin problem including blemishes, scars, birthmarks and under eye circles.” Love it!
$38 Becca Compact Concealer from Becca Cosmetics.
- Janet Jackson is on the cover of the new US Harpers Bazaar: read her first interview here since Michael died.
- Jacqueline Kennedy is on the cover of October Vanity Fair.
- Time Inc. is suspending the Style & Design issue because of the collapse of the luxury market. This is the last issue.
- Vogue UK site has had a facelift site: it looks cool.
- Confessions of Vogue’s shopaholics! As reported in The FiFi Report Vogue editors in 13 different countries are hosting a shopping night called Fashion’s Night Out (why not Vogue Australia?) in a bid to kick start the economy, But what will the editors be buying? Carine Roitfeld wants strong, wild, pieces and Anna Wintour will be looking for something in red, some new boots, and some kind of savage fur. Reports Times Online.
- We love this video: straight from the pages of the September Issue, the US Vogue editors highlight the biggest trends for fall.
- Get ready for New York Fashion Week starting right now from Thurs 10 Sept to 17 September. And head to Fashion Week Daily to read all the news.
- Love the latest issue of The New Yorker: Read about the lovely Christopher Bailey from Burberry and then read about the online Zappos, America’s leading online shoe retailer.
- Emanuel Ungaro has tapped an almost unknown chief designer, Estrella Archs, and an “artistic adviser” Lindsay Lohan. The Spanish designer and the actress/singer/tabloid sensation are slated to present their first collection in Paris on Oct. 4, likely coming out together at the end of the runway for a bow. What?! Lindsay Lohan? Please explain. Says WWD.
- Aussie model Abbey Lee Kershaw chats to W magazine. She loves to shop at Salvation Army. Of course.
- We Love Amanda Brooks (from US Vogue) who wrote the book I Love Your Style: How to Define and Refine Your Personal Style (from The FiFi Report 270). Check out the interview here with W mag (she says style does not come to you unless you pay attention to it). Lindsay Lohan did you know that?
- “Nothing is signed yet, and it’s too early to discuss,” Carla Bruni-Sarkozy’s publicist demurred following reports the French First Lady had agreed to a role in Woody Allen’s next movie. Reports WWD.
- Lagerfeld and Starck have been signed up as guest editors for the October issue of Wallpaper*. Lagerfeld has designed a “peelable” cover for the monthly title, which features his boyfriend/model Baptiste Giabiconi, dressed in Dior Homme. Readers can peel back this image to reveal another cover, which shows the model naked. Just as Karl dreams he could do.
- It seems the subscribers of UK Elle October issue will receive another cover of Vicky B!
Full Frontal Fashion (from the Sundance Channel):
It’s an “all new style destination offering insider access to the highly creative world of contemporary fashion. Meet the designers, influencers, artists and trends at the forefront of international style and glamor. With exclusive interviews, features, videos, documentaries, exhibitions and photography”…Check out One Fishing — A Little Journey in My Back Yard: the first online exhibition of the films and photographs of acclaimed filmmaker and photographer Bruce Weber. Love it!
- George Clooney goes public with his new girlfriend. We weep. Popsugar
- A nearly nude fan begs George Clooney for a kiss in Venice! Hilarious video. Popsugar
- Julia Roberts takes advantage of George’s Italian hospitality. Popsugar
- Kate Moss gets drunk and storms out of Awards and then loses her lipstick. Mail Online
- Born 09/09/09, Nicole Richie’s newborn son Sparrow has an “extremely rare” birthdate, celeb numerologist. You need a numerologist to tell you that? A sparrow has a sparrow. People
- Sex and the City Girls Reunite! Us Magazine
- It’s a pity the next SATC movie sequel will be a prequel and obviously goes back in time to the 80’s. Popsugar and Samantha here.
- Lady GaGA is in the latest Vogue UK (out soon!) Coco Perez
- Nicole Kidman has finally botoxed her way to a third lip. Lainey Gossip
- Michael Jackson Museum to display prosthetic nose. The Daily Squib
- Ashlee Simpson: “I could do splits when I was pregnant”. Us Magazine
- Megan Fox has vowed never to do a nude scene or a sex tape, because that stuff “lives forever, especially now, with the Internet.” Oh, as opposed to How to Lose Friends and Alienate People? Vanity Fair
- Megan Fox: “I have bouts of mild schizophrenia”. Us Magazine
- Kate Hudson double-whammy! While her ex-husband, Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson, is off impregnating her replacement, Kate Hudson is showing off a new diamond ring, courtesy, we presume, of her new swing-fling Alex Rodriguez. Says Vanity Fair.
- Katherine Heigl and her husband Josh Kelley are adopting a baby. Us Magazine
- Daniel Craig, who is preparing his Broadway role as a hardened Chicago cop alongside Hugh Jackman in A Steady Rain, has a bodyguard tailing him at all times while Jackman is going commando, so to speak. Vanity Fair
“I asked the sailor what an Elephant looked like; he replied that it was like nothing on earth.”
“England, 1766: After a long voyage from the East Indies, a ship docks in Bristol, England, and rumor quickly spreads about its unusual cargo-some say a mermaid is on board. A crowd forms, hoping to catch a glimpse of the magical creature. One crate after another is unpacked: a zebra, a leopard, and a baboon. There’s no mermaid, but in the final two crates is something almost as magical-a pair of young elephants, in poor health but alive….
“Christopher Nicholson confronts sex, violence and power, but he does not shy away from less dramatic themes, such as gentleness and companionship, which help to make THE ELEPHANT KEEPER such a rewarding book.” Times Literary Supplement (London)
“An endearing account of a virtually telepathic relationship between man and animal.” (Booklist)
“A pleasingly ambling tale.” (Financial Times)
“THE ELEPHANT KEEPER evokes 18th-century village and estate life beautifully, and is stuffed with fascinating data from medical and veterinary history.” (The Independent (UK))
“A captivatingly original novel. This is a wonderful feat of story-telling, remarkable for its ability to wrench your heart without resorting to easy sentimentality.” (Daily Mail (London))
“Endearing… Like the elephant at its centre, Nicholson’s book is gentle, profound and sweet-natured.” (The Guardian)
£10.49 Amazon. Publisher: Fourth Estate Ltd (5 Jan 2009)
The Christmas List: Jacques Grange: Interiors… by Pierre Passebon
“Jacques Grange was named one of the world’s topmost influential designers by Time magazine (”The Design 100″ issue, April 13, 2008). His recent designs include the Mark Hotel and luxury condominiums on Madison Avenue, the New York showroom for Paloma Picasso Accessories, and numerous exhibitions and private residences for Yves Saint Laurent.
As a young man working for design legends Henri Samuel and then Didier Aaron, his talent was soon recognized by the likes of the Rothschilds, Madeleine Castaing, and the Vicomtesse de Noailles. His prestigious commissions in New York, Paris, London, Venice, and Marrakech blend Oriental and North African influences with Western styles, from rococo opulence to modern chic.’ Fabulous!
US$47.25 Amazon. Publisher: Flammarion (September 8, 2009)
It’s very 80’s here with lots of colour. I see a lot of BoHo and Grunge which is a coming back. I like more than BoHo NoNo. It’s a little edgier non? There are also a few pieces for someone such as myself looking for cheap but chic… My picks are:
- The black sequin Minty meets Munt short shorts (or are they undies?). Hilarious and very Lady Gaga. Tres cool if you can carry them off. But would they be comfortable or scratchy when you sit down? Funny how Prada/Miu Miu first did the short undies trend 2 years ago and now here it is, $70.
- You want the cute cotton red and white stripe little bandeau tops, like a bra. The bra was a big look on the runways last season for summer where the bra is peeking out. Only for the young or if you are wearing the Balenciaga drape dress and the divine black bra under it. $24
- Love the chic and very wearable black sequin and beaded mini with a sheer black chiffon trim: it’s awfully chic even if it’s awfully short. Wear with a white tank and sharp blazer or try it with an oversized grey marle Tee. $149
- Check out the fab silky grey waiters jacket: wear with your favourite harem pants or peg legs and a simple white tank. I don’t really see the waiters jacket with skirts unless they are short. You can always add more shoulder pads to this if you want to. $169
- There is a cool, chambray denim bomber jacket with brass zips and buttons. The sleeves are cute and roll up, $129. It’s also in a black cotton with grey marle lining. Love it. You can toss this over your jeans or back with shorts. Chambray and black is cool. But also with white is nice. This could work over a pretty dress and it wouldn’t even ask for overtime.
- Please buy the soft pretty pink leather bomber, so chic, $299. Toss back with soft creams and caramels and all those fattening colours.
- I like the orange silk caftan top with one Kimono shoulder and one shoulder with an elastic strap. Perfect for tossing on over your jeans or pants when you are heading out for a lazy drink on a Friday night, $149
- Love the dark denim skinny jeans with brass buttons on the ankle, $119. Very Balenciaga.
- In the jewellery you want the silver big stone necklace, $49 and the fabulous black resin and pearl cuff as seen in FiFi’s Favouirte Finds!
I see a lot of great knits and Tees which is their specialty plus there is a lot of navy which is nice. My picks are:
- The black leather military jacket: it’s very Adam Ant/Michael Jackson/Balmain. So it’s very over the top with 3 rows of brass buttons down the front and military stitching and detailing. Oh la la. Not sure who could carry it off it’s more an editorial piece that you want in a photo. Also it is $990 which is pretty expensive.
- So I suggest you buy the cute short crop leather bolero jacket: it has hook and eye fastenings and no collar and is perfect for tossing over dresses. $380
- There is also a cute black taffeta bolero jacket with puff sleeves: very similar shape and just as versatile. Plus this fabric will be easier to wear in summer. This could be good for people who want to wave to their friends but don’t want their muffin arms to flap when they do. $220
- You want the cool silky print maxi halter dress in an amazing swirl photo of hibiscus flowers (or something). It’s in very dark burgundy/purples/reds on a black background. Perfect with cute flat gladiators in summer. $380
- I must say I am so almost over cobalt blue. I think I might keel over in my killer heels if I see any more. It’s everywhere and really a one season trend. But go on wear it if you must. But just buy one piece and shut up. It could be the cobalt blue loose Tee top with a wide neck in (an almost sheer) cotton muslin. $90
- You want the navy (so much chicer) long sleeve fine knit dress with a hood. It would be very clinging so watch out for lumps and bumps that you don’t want to show off. You could buy a Spanx under thingo to suck it all in and give a smooth silhouette. It’s short too so you could wear it as a long top over white pants.
- Love the bed time sleep wear section: there are a lovely cream cotton floral print nightie amongst other things like pj’s. $75
- Buy the cotton grey marle racer back vest. It’s like a racer Tee but sleeveless and button less floppy wrap, $70. Toss over a white tank and wear with slouchy cargo pants. And monster heels. They change everything. Which is why you can’t be lazy and just buy the first pair you try on. No. You must search Cinderella for the fabulous shoe that’s feels comfortable and looks amazing. It will change your life. And you can spend the panadeine forte money on lip gloss.
So head to Nine West and try on lots of shoes until you find a fabulous pair you can shop in all day. It’s worth it. My picks:
- The fabulous tan brown wedges with an ankle strap that has a big buckle and one strap across the toe. As you can see below. Remember it’s all about adding life to the foot. Meaning? Shoes should add the joie de vivre to the outfit. Shoes should be having a party on your feet. They should be in a great colour or add something so people don’t fall asleep and snooze when they look past your knees. This tan colour will go with everything. And wedges are still cool and are so much more stable than a tricky heel. $169
- Love the black or brown multi strap gladiators with a thinner heels and straps going up the ankle. So what if you have cankles you can wear these with longer harem pants so you don’t even see that bit. And these shoes are comfortable I tried them on. They are almost soft and squidgy and the heel is not so high. You can wear these with pretty dresses or toss on over opaques and wear with a pencil skirt if your name is Carine Roitfeld.
- You want the fab orange leather, double ankle strap with natural fabric wedge heels as seen below. Wear with everything what can I say. Except with black opaques. You need a good pedicure instead. $149
- Love the classic and very simple silver or plain black round toe ballet flats. Funnily enough apart from Sambag it is getting harder to find simple unadulterated ballet flats. So here they are. Buy the silver it’s the quickest way to add a bit of je ne sais pas throw away chic to your wardrobe. Metallic silver is almost a neutral and will work with brights or taupes. $139
- You want the tan (or black) ankle strap T bar sandals: they are very similar to a Chloe version. The good news is that the heel is very small, dare I say, a kitten heel. They are simple, not very gladiator although the ankle strap still makes it a hot look. Yes, please. Love with wide pants or a dress. $139
- Please buy the choc taupe faux snake skin flat T bar sandals: simple chic and easy to wear. $139
The fabrics and colours here all work so well together: it’s a very well thought out collection. The soft pale colours are so refreshing after seeing too much horrible 80’s brights. Everything looks so chic: buy the jacket in one colour, the pants in another and finish with a top in another. The prices are great too. My picks are:
- The cool sleeveless black tailored vest, it has no buttons and very thin long lapels: it actually sits up at the back which is quite flattering. Throw this over a simple tank and with peg legs or try it over a dress. It’s a way to get a bit of tailoring and still be cool in summer. It’s the jacket when you are not wearing a jacket. $129
- Love the black wool (or crepe?) crop pants with side pockets: they stop just over the knee. Oh, dear does that make them knickerbockers? Don’t cry they are not scary. In fact they are fabulous. They are pants when you are not wearing pants. Or shorts but not short. Something like that. $169
- You want the fabulous tank tops in silk with the cute origami flowers (or fabric cuts) along one side: In quite a few soft colours this is a lovely top and I have a feeling it will sell out quickly. It’s just a little more interesting than a plain old tank. Wear it under everything. It doesn’t matter if the origami gets squished. $129
- Buy the drape waiters jacket in the blush pink or soft blue (also black which is the most versatile colour). It’s goes up a little at the back and has chic sharp shoulders but not over the top shoulder pads. It’s a soft casual cut so it’s not too formal and you won’t feel too dressed. $299
- In the dress department you want the black silky dress with an elastic waist and a cream drawstring halter tie neck detail. This is a lovely dress and will work equally well with gladiator flats or with heels. $279
- You could also try on the black silky ruffle and sleeveless dress with a self belt, it has a round neckline, $199. Easy to wear.
- Love the fabulous silky navy blue harem pants with a black elastic trim around the waist: sounds weird but it’s very cool. Seems a little Lanvin inspired. These are perfect if you want another peg leg pant but not in black. $179
So this is the new label and store from Country Road aimed at the 40’s woman. Check out the website. It looks great with a lot of fabulous basics, gorgeous fabrics and chic colours. It’s not trying to be too fashion but you will find some good classics and good for work. My picks are:
- The divine tan leather crop jacket with ¾ sleeves and zip front. It’s collarless but it has a belt around the collar if you know what I mean. It’s the perfect little number to toss over summer pieces. And of course tan will take you through to next winter. We love a trans-seasonal jacket! And of course in Melbourne and Wellington it’s still cold. Which means you can still wear jackets. Wish it was still cold here in Sydney: I love my winter clothes. By the way leather is still a continuing trend into next winter and was seen all over the runways for next summer. So get into now and get your money’s worth! $699
- You should try the chic dark blue denim, high waist cuffed cotton linen shorts. They have no obvious stitching or buttons and are dead simple. Not sure about the length; they might not cover the muffin knees. But I like them because they are so unadulterated and easy. Wear as you would jeans. You can rock these with killer heels to get the legs looking longer and the look more modern. $119
- Is there anything more French than the stripe Tee? Love the white tee with the fine navy stripe in a fine cotton. You can wear this under your blazer with those paper bag waist pants as seen below. Love the stripe Tee if you can’t or don’t like to wear any florals or prints (Oui, that’s moi). So chic: you can’t go wrong. $69
- Which means you also want the dark blue cotton linen boyfriend blazer: it has subtle pin stripe and of course it has the must have stripe lining that should be exposed and the sleeves turned back. You know the blazer is a must buy because I have been going on about it since last year! $299
- Yes, I have an addiction so I was drawn like Melanie Griffiths to Rehab to the fabulous cotton double breasted trench in a tan or plain stone. It’s everything a trench should be. It’s like adding an instant dash of French sexiness. $349
- Love the dark grey cotton satine stretch chinos with side pockets. These are such a great replacement for jeans if you want to look casual but a little more dressed. Wear with a sequin tank as I have often said. Wear with an origami tank and a boyfriend blazer. Wear with a boyfriend and don’t tell your husband. $239
- Buy the fabulous sand textured cotton zip front bomber. It’s collarless with crop sleeves and elastic trim and is just the easy jacket to throw over everything. Fresh and clean in this chic neutral colour. It will dress down the bright colours and lighten up the black. How thoughtful. $199
- Love all the accessories: you want the stacked wedges $99, and the flats $99, and the scarves in a muslin cotton $39.
Always lovely chic pieces here. This season it’s very architectural, sharp and simple… My picks are:
- The stunning black silk multi pleat dress with big Kimono wide sleeves. It has simple round lace tie neckline and the pleats are centred at the waist back and front and then flares out a little so it’s an easy shape to wear. Quite divine and the perfect day dress. You could wear now and then into winter with boots. $398
- Love the very cool strapless black or blush/mushroom silky jumpsuit: it’s great with a big belt. There are jumpsuits galore everywhere and they are a great look if you get the cut right. You want a looser shape so it skims over the bits. Love the strapless jumpsuit with a blazer and what else? Monster heels and a Monster belt. $259
- You want the fabulous grey silky drawstring crop harem pants with a self belt: the fabric is nice and floppy and the colour is almost a neutral and will work with everything. And let’s face it who wants harem pants in a bright colour? I Dream of Genie? If the shape is radical keep the colour and the fabric simple. Ditto if you have classic colours go for interesting shapes. $349
- Buy the fabulous silk sleeveless dress with a deep V neckline and a drawstring sporty drop waist: it has an interesting black leather strip along the hem. You want it in soft blush and or grey. Love it! Wear with heels or flats it’s just right for day or the office if you are a little arty. $298
- There is a chic silk pintuck blouse with big poets sleeves, a round neckline and buttons down the front: you always need a blouse to toss back with jeans or cargo pants. Perfect for day to drinks to dinner. Hic! $298
- So I see a trench and I must check it out: it’s in a summer silky black fabric. Quite the perfect little number to wear to trench rehab. I like that it doesn’t have any obvious stitching or contrast buttons. It’s all black. And it’s talking to me in soft seductive tones… $498
- Buy the chic silk button sleeveless blouse. It’s very clever as the ruffle down the front also sits over one of the shoulders. It does up high at the neckline and comes in a few colours like a soft beige. $179
- Love the simple black silk tanks $159 or the fabulous simple black cotton Tees with a subtle chiffon trim $89.
- Love the simple black leather Moc Croc stamped ballet flats $198. Simple chic and perfect for summer.
Always a fabulous treat to go in here and drool over everything… You don’t need instructions if you wear Chanel… My favourites:
- In the jewellery there are some gorgeous pieces such as the black camellia rings, $490.
- Love the black patent rain hat with a an amazing tweed lining, $700.
- You want the black gum boots have nearly sold out about $580.
- Adore the divine resin and silver stud cuffs about $2000… buy 2 to stack up the arm.
- Drool over the silver coin chain necklace about $1000 and the amazing gunmetal multi chain about $2300.
- I will die and go to heaven when I have the maxi jumbo quilt bag about $4570 in the lambskin.
- Buy the fabulous silver and dark grey ombre sequin heels about $1890 and the ballet flats are gorgeous $1550.
- In the clothing you will die to try on the grey wool peacoat with white overstitching and silver military buttons, $7300.
- Please buy the blue tweed classic jacket with a red tweed trim: it’s collarless with hook and eye fastening,$6020.
- Love the grey wool sleeveless shift dress from the Sport collection with paneling and tiny pleating around the waist, $2560.
Salmon and Miso Noodle Soup… adulterated from Cuisine.com.au
This is a cook then eat straight away recipe: you just poach the salmon, cook the noodles and voila!
You need for 1 big bloke, 2 fashionista, or 20 models
1 litre water
20g instant dashi powder
2 tabsp mirin
2 tabsp soy sauce
10 fresh shiitake or swiss brown mushrooms, sliced
2 tabsp miso paste
300g salmon fillets, skinned
10 or so snow peas, sliced lengthwise
120g fresh ramen or Chinese egg noodles
a handful of baby spinach leaves or other green veg
2 spring onions, chopped
- Slip into your favourite slothful cooking outfit.
- Pour a glass of wine. Relax. It’s Friday.
- Cut up the salmon into chic little 3cm cubes.
- Slice up the snow peas (if you can be bothered) into strips.
- Slice up the spring onions into chunks the size of Paris Hilton’s talent.
- Chop up the mushrooms into chunky bits because you know they shrink sometimes.
- Now make the broth: fill a saucepan with 1 litre of water and bring to the boil.
- Add the dashi powder, mirin, soy sauce and toss in the mushrooms.
- Mix and let that simmer for about five minutes.
- Boil up the water for the noodles.
- Find a small bowl then grab a ladleful of the hot broth and mix it with the miso paste to dissolve it.
- Pour back into the broth and whisk it with great style and aplomb.
- Now plop the salmon in the broth and poach gently for about four or five minutes or until it’s the right shade of pink inside.
- Toss in the snow peas after the salmon has cooked for about two minutes cooking.
- Throw the noodles in to cook according to the instructions on the packet.
- Drain them and divide between two large soup bowls or however many fashion editors and models you have for dinner.
- Spoon the lovely piquant broth with the salmon, mushrooms and snow peas into the bowls.
- Scatter with baby spinach leaves and watch as they immediately wilt (as I did when I saw George arriving with that girl in Venice).
- Accessorize with a chic sprinkle of crunchy spring onions and eat.
- Do not wear your pristine white Chloe dress: you will slop this everywhere.