MKS new single & looking glam in a retro ‘at-home’ style shoot for Evening Standard.
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]riginal Sugababes Mutya Keisha Siobhán are looking gorgeously glam in a retro ‘at-home’ style shoot for Evening Standard. They’re due to launch their new single Flatline, a 90’s vibe soulful R&B track with catchy lines such as; ‘We’re like a pack of cards, the King and Queen of Hearts all fall down’. They’ve not strayed far from their popular harmony heavy style so if you were a fan their first time around 13 years ago, listening to Flatline will have you feeling all nostalgic. See the sun-bleached road trip music video below and shop the clothes worn in the shoot.
Wireless Festival attracted hoards of immaculately dressed ladies and gents. I was struck by how city festival goers manage to remain so sleek, probably helped by the fact that everybody goes home for a wash at night rather than rolling out of tents and having baby wipe showers, and as the weather was superb there wasn’t a hunter welly in sight. In between Plan B and The Black Eyed Peas I snapped these three lovelies… See more festival style.Sam Terrell, a finace PA from London’s Docklands wears maxi skirt, vest, sandals, bangle, aviator sunglasses and feather necklace, all from TopshopAmelle Berrabah of The Sugababes hanging out in the guest area in double denim and desert boots, topped off with scarlet lips
Singer Leroy Palms combines noughts and crosses with tweed in a vintage English poncho, which he travelled to 1963 to obtain