We took a quick break from the fun, sun & big beats to snap some festival style.
Womad Festival brought it’s world music to the Cotswolds last weekend. Founded by pop king and activist Peter Gabriel over 30 years ago, the super friendly event had all the right ingredients; art, cider, ‘global’ food and foot stomping bands such as big hair big drums Japanese band Gocoo. We took a quick break from the fun, sun and dancing to snap some festival style.
Evi Odiatou wears ASOS paddington mac, Zara vest, Topshop leggings, Ray Ban sunglasses, Hunter wellies and a Cypriot necklace from her mother.
Doreen Ankrah (left) wears all vintage apart from handbag from Ghana and head scarf from Primark, Rose Saltiel (centre) wears Urban Outfitters dress, Topshop flower head band and vintage bag from Brighton shop To Be Worn Again, Tamara Jawad (left) wears vintage top, H&M denim shorts, sunglasses and bag from Primark.
Natalie Dodd wears Urban Outfitters denim shorts, Primark blouse, Ray Ban sunglasses, Next wellies and a Fossil bag.
Dr Martens in Portobello Road market.
We were promised snow in London this morning, but so far only drizzle & obscenely low temperatures. This hasn’t stopped student Hira Hassing demonstrating how to look good AND stay dry. Hira, pictured on Portobello Road in Notting Hill, wears a leather jacket from Hong Kong, Topshop dress, puddle-proof Dr Marten boots and a bag from Amsterdam, finished off with a clear umbrella from Portobello market.