About me…Hello! I'm Anushka, a costume and hat designer based in London, UK. I love knitting, vintage, film and food. This blog chronicles my adventures in making and my creative lifestyle.
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- Spotlight on Sojung Kim wp.me/pe8KT-yT 1 day ago
- Keep your fingers crossed for me, I'm hoping for something very good to happen! #positivethinking 2 days ago
- A pinafore in black and grey wp.me/pe8KT-yP 3 days ago
- My mother has joined Twitter! Shame you can't transfuse cake fumes through internet. @taniatay88 3 days ago
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1. Visit museums Aside from the National Museum and National Art Gallery, the museums in Copenhagen charge an entry fee; however, a lot of them are free entry on Wednesdays or Sundays. There is an absolutely huge number of museums … Continue reading
The show spent a rip-roaring week in Bristol, where I enjoyed walking about, eating out, and taking loads of photographs. It feels as thought this post is a long time coming – we’ve moved north now, where the world is … Continue reading
We had a beautiful, wonderful time in Brittany. I hadn’t expected it to be so lush and awash with history and culture. Being Londoners, we weren’t phased by grey mornings or rainy days; but were delighted each time when the … Continue reading
For this day I was wearing another of my favourite summer dresses, again made from a 1947 pattern in an orientalist print. This time I am grimacing like the ugly babies, instead of looking smug about finding them. Here’s this photo … Continue reading
Over the last few months I have been wearing this dress quite often, so it’s about time that it was photographed really! When we arrived in Rochefort-en-Terre it felt like the ideal thing to be wearing. It was given to … Continue reading
After leaving Rochefort-en-Terre we headed to Guérande, a fortified mediaeval town which is famous in the region because it produces sea salt. Many sweets, biscuits, caramels, crèpes and galettes of Brittany are flavoured with this local salt; and of course … Continue reading
We did a lot of driving to different historical or artistic towns in Brittany, but my favourite was the very first one we visited. Rochefort-en-Terre was an utter delight from the moment I stepped across the floral threshold. The town … Continue reading
I did a shoot a few weeks ago which involved building a set in my bedroom – so now I can add ‘location styling’ to my experience, haha! (Set design is not really my area of speciality, hence why I … Continue reading
For my final project at uni I am exploring the cut and construction of womenswear of the 1930s. I will be making a women’s suit and a bias-cut, draped evening dress. This is really exciting, in many ways: developing my … Continue reading