Monday Start-Up: Tales from 2eme Arrondissement de Paris and Back to London

by Rachel Yeomans | March 11th, 2013
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And here I am, back to the United States and recovering from jet lag (slurping from an empty latte as we speak). What a vacation! What a holiday! Can I go back? Last Thursday concluded my Parisian adventures in the 2nd Arrondisement, and what a wrap-up it was. My boyfriend and I saw the Chagall… Read more…

Monday Start-Up: Stories from London and 2eme Arrondissement de Paris

by Rachel Yeomans | February 25th, 2013

Wow what a crazy three days it has been! Friday night, my boyfriend (Bill) and I brought our bags (including two half-empty for necessary carry-home items) to the international airport to embark on a much-needed two-week vacation…to Europe! The itinerary: Embark on an overnight plane to London Stay in London for two days Take the… Read more…

Aubin & Wills Graces Web Shoppers With its UK Magnificence. Clothing Line Now Available on Net-a-Porter

by Rachel Yeomans | October 28th, 2009

I often dream of one day having the opportunity to live and work in London – for the history, the clothing and I admit, to hear the accent throughout the day. Aubin & Wills has served as my fantasy threshold during those dreamy times, and now the UK clothing line is closer than ever before!… Read more…

Burberry Gives You and Your Trench 15 Minutes of Fashion Fame

by Rachel Yeomans | September 22nd, 2009

I thought Emma Watson was a wise move from the Burberry advertising division. I just stumbled upon another way they are advertising off of the magazine page, and it is just ingenious! Art of the Trench is Burberry’s latest marketing message, featuring not Emma Watson, but rather, YOU. Users are able to upload an image… Read more…

London Gives “Garage Fashion” the Spotlight

by Rachel Yeomans | September 18th, 2009

Reported by Paul Sonne and Beth Schepens for the Wall Street Journal. * * * Little more than a year ago, 27-year-old Hannah Marshall spent most days at a garage in rural Essex, two hours outside London, working in a makeshift studio to create tight, sexy-sinister dresses that looked a bit like Audrey Hepburn meets… Read more…