Our collection is inspired by the amazing, unstoppable women who live their lives with adventure. Women who dance to their own beat and follow their own path, all whilst rocking their own unique style.
These women have fast become our muse and in this NEW series, we’ll be catching up with a few of them to learn more about what inspires them, when it comes to their wardrobe and beyond!
First up, we caught up with writer and model, Charlie Siddick who also happens to be the star of our SS18 shoot.
Here’s 5 minutes with our stunning modern-day muse…
How would you describe your signature style?
I’m pretty casual and laid-back, normally jeans and a t shirt with a big statement coat or shoes
What’s your go-to outfit or look when you want to feel unstoppable?
Jumpsuits are my power dressing items, there’s something about an all-in-one that makes you feel as if you can take on the world!
Who’s your style icon?
Where do you draw style inspiration from?
Old films and art/fashion photography
What’s your favourite thing in your wardrobe and why?
I have lots of big sheepskin coats and a couple of them are one-offs that I got at sample sales. They’re super special
What outfit have you worn that you look back on and think, ‘wow that was the worst’?
I deeply regret jumping on the Juicy Couture tracksuit/UGG combo a la The Simple Life in the early 2000’s
If you could fly somewhere tomorrow, where would you go and why?
Burma. I visited a couple of years ago and was breath-taken by the culture and craftsmanship there, it’s such a special country with the most amazing heritage
Who would you take with you?
What’s the one item you would take with you?
My film camera
Where is your ‘happy place’?
I’m a North London girl, and grew up next to Hampstead Heath. It feels like home and is super relaxing
What’s the motto you live your life by?
Give out good energy and you’ll receive it back
If you weren’t a model, what would you be?
I do journalism as well, so probably still writing and working in the art industry
What’s your favourite book and why?
I’m obsessed with Joan Didion and have read nearly all of her books
What’s your favourite song and why?
Maggot brain by Funkadelic, I think the fact that it doesn’t have lyrics means it encourages reflection and creativity
What’s your favourite restaurant in the world and why?
There’s an amazing, traditional Italian place near mine in Queens Park called Ida that makes the best fresh pasta
Follow Charlie on Instagram @charliesiddick