StyleNest http://www.stylenest.co.uk The Fashion & Lifestyle Destination for the Modern Woman Mon, 28 Jul 2014 21:54:16 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 British Designers Get Sustainable with Everything Must Go Initiativehttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/label-watch/british-designers-get-sustainable-with-everything-must-go-initiative/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/label-watch/british-designers-get-sustainable-with-everything-must-go-initiative/#comments Mon, 28 Jul 2014 15:34:11 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=84793 Leading British designers repurpose waste fabrics and prints for Everything Must Go’s London pop-up shop… If there’s one thing we love, it’s supporting British designers. But what’s better than merely supporting them? Getting a unique piece of their work at a fraction of the cost while also contributing to a worthy charity at the same […]

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EMG InititativeLeading British designers repurpose waste fabrics and prints for Everything Must Go’s London pop-up shop…

If there’s one thing we love, it’s supporting British designers. But what’s better than merely supporting them? Getting a unique piece of their work at a fraction of the cost while also contributing to a worthy charity at the same time – that’s what. Which is exactly why ethical initiative EMG – Everything Must Go – is so deserving of our praises.

Founded by designer and artist Alex Noble, EMG is a pioneer of inventive sustainability. Setting out to re-use waste fabric to create new pieces which will in turn raise funds and awareness for a range of charities and causes. Pretty amazing, isn’t it?

And to top it off, this month just so happens to be the launch of their debut collection. Entitled ‘Salvage T’s’ the collection offers limited edition T-shirts made from repurposed fabrics and prints by fifteen of London’s most influential and creative designers. And all available in a 10 day pop-up shop in London’s Soho with proceeds going to TRAID and CHILDHOPE to boot.

“I think the ideas behind EMG is the beginning of something that is going to only become more relevant – the reclaiming and slipping all these fabrications together I think is quite odd and beautiful all at once” says contributing designer Louise Gray.

But you better act quick. With the likes of Giles Deacon, Louise Gray, Agi & Sam and Ashley Williams up for grabs and all for £125, these one-off garments are sure to sell out fast.

The pop-up shop will be open from Friday 25th July – Sunday 3rd August

Located at: 1 Silver Place, London, W1F 0JW

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Best Online Fitness Classeshttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/lifestyle/health-and-fitness/best-online-fitness-classes/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/lifestyle/health-and-fitness/best-online-fitness-classes/#comments Mon, 28 Jul 2014 12:41:32 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=83793 StyleNest round-up the best of online fitness, perfect sessions for a quick home exercise fix if you’re short of time. Whether it’s skipping, yoga, Barrecore or a lounge weights workout, we’ve got your home fitness regime sorted. Click here to see StyleNest’s roundup of the best fitness fashion

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StyleNest round-up the best of online fitness, perfect sessions for a quick home exercise fix if you’re short of time. Whether it’s skipping, yoga, Barrecore or a lounge weights workout, we’ve got your home fitness regime sorted.

Click here to see StyleNest’s roundup of the best fitness fashion

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Oatly Creamy pasta with asparagus & toasted walnutshttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/food/recipes/family-friendly-recipes/oatly-creamy-pasta-with-asparagus-toasted-walnuts/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/food/recipes/family-friendly-recipes/oatly-creamy-pasta-with-asparagus-toasted-walnuts/#comments Mon, 28 Jul 2014 12:38:49 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=84873 Oatly – the healthy, oat-based milk alternative is not just good for your cereal or coffee, but also for making a simple and delicious recipe for al fresco dining. Using fresh asparagus, mushrooms and toasted walnuts, this vegan friendly recipe is a healthy recipe ideal for the whole family.  Serves: 4 Vegan friendly What You’ll […]

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Oatly Creamy Pasta With Asparagus (3)Oatly – the healthy, oat-based milk alternative is not just good for your cereal or coffee, but also for making a simple and delicious recipe for al fresco dining. Using fresh asparagus, mushrooms and toasted walnuts, this vegan friendly recipe is a healthy recipe ideal for the whole family. 

Serves: 4

Vegan friendly

What You’ll Need:

  • 500 ml Oatly Organic Creamy Oat
  • 300 g linguine
  • 2 shallots, finely chopped
  • 2 cloves of garlic, crushed
  • 250 g asparagus
  • 100 g mushrooms, chopped
  • 2 tsp. sugar
  • 1 vegetable stock cube
  • 3 tbsp. chopped parsley
  • 100 g walnuts
  • ½ lemon
  • Salt and freshly grounded black pepper

What To Do:

  • Heat a large frying pan over medium high heat. Add walnuts to the hot, dry pan and cook until walnuts starts to brown. Set aside.
  • In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook pasta according to instructions.
  • Break off the tough ends of the asparagus and cut them into equally sized spears. Sauté the asparagus with olive oil in a large skillet on medium-high heat until tender. Season with salt and black pepper and set aside.
  • In a large skillet heat oil over medium-high heat, add the mushrooms and cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until tender. Then add the shallots and garlic and cook until soft.
  • Crumble the stock cube into the pan, and then add the sugar and Organic Creamy Oat. Squeeze over lemon juice, bring to boil and let it simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Add the asparagus, parsley and pasta. Toss gently to coat and season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve sprinkled with toasted walnuts.

This recipe was made using Oatly Organic Creamy Oat – a great dairy free, healthy alternative to single cream. For more delicious recipes and further information about the Oatly way of life, visit www.facebook.com/oatlyab

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Picnic Essentialshttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/home-and-garden/best-of-home-and-garden/picnic-essentials/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/home-and-garden/best-of-home-and-garden/picnic-essentials/#comments Mon, 28 Jul 2014 09:34:11 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=84669 StyleNest roundup a few picnic essentials to ensure your gathering, whether at the beach or in the park is practical as well as stylish.  From Rio rugs to rainbow cushions, StyleNest roundup the best classic and colourful picnic essentials for the summer. Click here for delicious and mocktails… Click here to see StyleNest’s roundup of […]

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StyleNest roundup a few picnic essentials to ensure your gathering, whether at the beach or in the park is practical as well as stylish. 

From Rio rugs to rainbow cushions, StyleNest roundup the best classic and colourful picnic essentials for the summer.

Click here for delicious and mocktails…

Click here to see StyleNest’s roundup of the best sherbet shades tableware

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Laura Baileyhttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/lifestyle/five-minutes-with/laura-bailey/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/lifestyle/five-minutes-with/laura-bailey/#comments Sun, 27 Jul 2014 09:30:08 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=59417 The beautiful, stylish and by the sounds of it, very busy Laura Bailey took five minutes out of her hectic schedule to speak to StyleNest. Model scouted on the King’s Road at 21, Laura Bailey has gone on to have one of the most interesting and enviable careers in British fashion. From contributing editor at […]

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Laura BaileyThe beautiful, stylish and by the sounds of it, very busy Laura Bailey took five minutes out of her hectic schedule to speak to StyleNest.

Model scouted on the King’s Road at 21, Laura Bailey has gone on to have one of the most interesting and enviable careers in British fashion. From contributing editor at Vogue to cultural ambassador of the British Fashion Council, model to mum, is there no end or breadth to this lady’s talents?

We caught up with the style icon to find out all about her new collection for British accessories brand Radley, that enviable vintage wardrobe and her beloved London Town.

Here’s what our favourite London girl had to say.

You’ve just launched an accessories collection with Radley. Tell us a little about the collaboration.

It’s my second collection for Radley and is inspired mostly by my wanderlust. I wanted to create a summer capsule collection, ideal for my travels as well as London life. I reworked my key Autumn/Winter shapes, lightening them up with canvas and classic tan, and adding a The Phoenix overnight bag and The Brewster mini ‘festival’ bag to the collection.

The Blenheim tote has to be our favourite. Do you have a favourite piece in the collection?

I change my mind all the time but the Blenheim is my everyday favourite too. Practical but chic, it makes me feel organised for work, whether I’m at my desk, on a shoot, or running for the Eurostar.

Tell us about your role as brand ambassador for Radley.

I’m proud to work with Radley, it’s such a great British brand going from strength to strength. I’ve really loved collaborating on campaigns and my own collections with them.

You’re known for your innate and eclectic sense of style, where do you think it came from?

I have no idea. I hate analysing style; I prefer it to be a little bit mysterious or at least accidently on purpose. I just trust my instincts and have fun with fashion but have definitely been influenced by my travels and of course, my beloved London and beautiful girlfriends.

You’re a model, writer, brand ambassador, designer and a mum of two. How do you juggle such a busy schedule?

Lots of lists, concealer and wine. I’m extremely organised most of the time and I definitely don’t sleep enough. But I feel lucky every day to be able to juggle my work around my kids who come first, always. I’d rather write at midnight if it means I can make it to a football match or ballet show.

You have an enviable vintage wardrobe. Are there any pieces you’ll be treasuring away to hand down to your little girl?

I certainly give away less of my old clothes now that I have a daughter, even if she’s a total tomboy who will ‘never’ wear a dress. Maybe one day she’ll appreciate my vintage Chanel or Dior, so I’ll definitely be hoarding a few treasures away for her.

If you had to wear one label for the rest of your life what would it be?

That is an impossible question, but I’ll choose a Chanel jacket with my Stella jeans.

You’re a cultural ambassador for the British Fashion Council. What do you think it is about British fashion that sets us apart from the rest of the other major fashion capitals?

For me, London is the epicenter of international fashion, from the best colleges in the world to London Fashion Week, as well as the influences of music and the street, art and activism. London designers have always taken risks, but the fashion industry here is now a heavy hitting business force, generating billions and employing millions. But for me it will always be about the London girl who catches your eye in the park or at a bar, epitomising the clash and the cool of British style, even if you can’t quite explain why.

Where’s the best place in London for a cocktail?

It has to be Le Fumoir at Claridge’s.

You’ve recently turned 40 and look incredible. What are your tips for healthy skin?

In no particular order: water, laughter, sleep, wine, Sisley sun care and Crème de la Mer.

Who’s collections have you been particularly impressed with this season?

The three most inspiring for me have been Simone Rocha, Christopher Kane and Erdem.

You’ve had a hugely successful career as a model, working with the likes of Chanel and Mario Testino. What are you career highlights from the past 15years?

Early travels as a model when I simply couldn’t believe my luck and endless collaborations and shoots with friends and heroes since. More recently, filming for Oxfam in Ghana, becoming a contributing editor to British Vogue and producing my first short film last year. But it’s my kids that make me most proud.

Which other women inspire you and why?

My amazing girlfriends, including Bella Freud, Lady Amanda Harlech, Christiane Amanpour and Thandie Newton. Wise, funny women, supermamas, and original thinkers.

Describe your perfect day off.

Simply hanging out in the park with my kids and my dog on a London summer’s day.

Laura Bailey is Brand Ambassador for Radley, and has just launched her second ‘Laura Bailey for Radley’ bag collection – instore and online at Radley.co.uk now.

For more fashion news, trends and tips head over to the StyleNest Fashion channel here.

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SS14 Bucket Bagshttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/best-of-fashion/ss14-bucket-bags/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/best-of-fashion/ss14-bucket-bags/#comments Sat, 26 Jul 2014 17:37:19 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=83594 StyleNest edits the best bucket bags in stores now. This season’s must-have shape is the bucket bag. With a relaxed slouchy style, they personify a nonchalant vibe yet bring with them all the practicalities of a roomy bag that will fit all of life’s essentials. And what’s even better is that this season they’ve been […]

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StyleNest edits the best bucket bags in stores now.

This season’s must-have shape is the bucket bag. With a relaxed slouchy style, they personify a nonchalant vibe yet bring with them all the practicalities of a roomy bag that will fit all of life’s essentials.

And what’s even better is that this season they’ve been given a catwalk-approved makeover with tactile fabrics, look-at-me new season shades and uber-luxe finishes so that there’s a bucket bag to fit every occasion and wardrobe.

Now all you have to do is coo over our top 10 and pick your favourite…

See StyleNest’s roundup of the best espadrilles for a top to toe new season look

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Travel Accessorieshttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/travel/travel-notes/travel-accessories/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/travel/travel-notes/travel-accessories/#comments Fri, 25 Jul 2014 19:30:14 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=83498 Part of the fun of travel is all the lovely accessories that are absolutely essential for stylish wanderings. So StyleNest have rounded up the top 10 travel accessories for roaming airports, stations and beyond…  From a personalised passport cover to the ultimate laptop case, pretty purses or document wallet, StyleNest have scoured the high street […]

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Part of the fun of travel is all the lovely accessories that are absolutely essential for stylish wanderings. So StyleNest have rounded up the top 10 travel accessories for roaming airports, stations and beyond… 

From a personalised passport cover to the ultimate laptop case, pretty purses or document wallet, StyleNest have scoured the high street and beyond to find this season’s finest.

For some inspiration on where to holiday this summer, see StyleNest’s travel reviews channel

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Gourmet Burger Kitchen: Avocado & Bacon Burgerhttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/food/recipes/family-friendly-recipes/gourmet-burger-kitchen-avocado-bacon-burger/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/food/recipes/family-friendly-recipes/gourmet-burger-kitchen-avocado-bacon-burger/#comments Fri, 25 Jul 2014 15:42:41 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=84785 BBQ season is upon us so what better way to get grilling than with a mouthwatering patty recipe from GBK? The perfect option for the whole family to sink their teeth into this summer.  What You’ll Need: 2 x GBK Burgers 2 x Sesame Seed buns – sliced in half 8 rashers streaky bacon – […]

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GBKBBQ season is upon us so what better way to get grilling than with a mouthwatering patty recipe from GBK? The perfect option for the whole family to sink their teeth into this summer. 

What You’ll Need:

  • 2 x GBK Burgers
  • 2 x Sesame Seed buns – sliced in half
  • 8 rashers streaky bacon – grilled until nice & crispy
  • 4 slices red leicester cheese
  • 4 large tbsp avocado mix
  • 4 tbsp bloody mary ketchup
  • 4 tbsp mustard mayo
  • Finely sliced red onion rings (optional)

 What To Do:

  • Grill the burgers on the BBQ or in a griddle pan 
  • When they’re almost done, add a slice of cheese and 2 rashers of bacon to each burger (if your BBQ has a lid, now is the time to close it so the cheese melts properly)
  • Lightly toast the cut sides of the buns on the BBQ or in the pan
  • Spread the mustard mayo on the base of the bun
  • Add the burger patty with bacon and cheese
  • Top with avocado mix and onion rings (if using)
  • Spread the bloody mary ketchup on the top of the bun on the toasted side
  • Place on top and voila!

How to make the extras:

Bloody Mary Ketchup

  • Mix all of these together:
  • 200g Tomato Ketchup
  • 1 Tbsp Horseradish
  • 1 tsp Worcester Sauce
  • ½ tsp Tabasco
  • ¼ tsp Smoked Paprika
  • ¼ tsp Celery Salt
  • Squeeze of lemon

Mustard Mayo

Mix all of these ingredients together:

  • 100g mayonnaise
  • 1 tsp wholegrain mustard
  • 1 tsp english mustard

Avocado Mix

  • 2 ripe avocados
  • Squeeze of lemon and lime juice
  • ¼ tsp dried chilli flakes
  • Salt & pepper

 What To Do:

  • Cut the avocados in half, remove the stone and scoop flesh into a bowl
  • Add the lemon & lime juice and chilli flakes
  • Use a table knife to roughly chop the avocado into bite size pieces
  • Season to taste with salt & pepper and mix through

Be careful not to over mix, you want to keep the avocado mix quite chunky.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen burgers are available in Waitrose stores with and RRP of £4.29 for a pack of two.

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Friday 25 Julyhttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/new-in-this-week/friday-25-july/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/fashion/new-in-this-week/friday-25-july/#comments Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:15:16 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=84899 StyleNest roundup the best new in this week pieces.

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StyleNest roundup the best new in this week pieces.

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Grasshoppers, Glasgowhttp://www.stylenest.co.uk/travel/hotel-reviews/grasshoppers-glasgow/ http://www.stylenest.co.uk/travel/hotel-reviews/grasshoppers-glasgow/#comments Fri, 25 Jul 2014 12:00:17 +0000 http://www.stylenest.co.uk/?p=78512   StyleNest set up for the night at Grasshoppers – Glasgow’s elusive penthouse hotel, overlooking the iconic Glasgow Central Station. So discreet is the Grasshoppers hotel that our born and bread Glaswegian taxi driver didn’t even know where it was. Despite its city center location, overlooking the famous Glasgow Central train station, Grasshoppers has managed […]

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grasshoppers sign at hotel entrance

Picture by Tom Harrison

StyleNest set up for the night at Grasshoppers – Glasgow’s elusive penthouse hotel, overlooking the iconic Glasgow Central Station.

So discreet is the Grasshoppers hotel that our born and bread Glaswegian taxi driver didn’t even know where it was. Despite its city center location, overlooking the famous Glasgow Central train station, Grasshoppers has managed to remain below the radar. And so, the cabbie dropped us off “somewhere nearby” and whizzed off, leaving us to find our own bed for the night.

The hotel sits in the old 1905 Caledonian Chambers, deigned by Glaswegian architect, James Miller. Now, rather unglamorously, the hotel shares its entrance with Scot Rail, and in all honestly, said entrance is as far away from ‘plush’ as you can get. As we arrived on a weekend, the main door was locked up, so we were buzzed in by the Grasshopper’s reception. Up to the top of the building in a rickety old lift, we finally arrived at our abode for the night, half wondering what we’d let ourselves in for.

We could not have been more wrong. Up on the penthouse floor, Grasshopper’s is a world away from its dowdy entrance. Bright, airy and with a nod to Scandinavian mid-century cool, we’re quietly relieved.

A warm, Glasgow welcome greets us as we’re shown to our room for the night. 30 bedrooms make up the hotel, running down two long parallel hallways. Grasshopper’s UPS is its value. Rooms are available for as little as £79, and given the hotel’s central Glasgow location is very affordable. The rooms are small, but what they lack in size, they make up for in style.

Grasshoppers Bedroom

Picture by Tom Harrison

Scandinavian style is the inspiration, from the low set beds and subtle lamp lighting, to the beautiful hand painted wallpaper – each of which is slightly different in each room. So enthralled by the beautiful wallpaper prints are guests, that Grasshopper’s have a huge, design book detailing each and every print displayed on a table in the hallway. We gazed over it for a good while, picking up some interiors tips to take home with us.

On the walls, engravings of Glasgow handmade by local artists add charm, whilst chic Pedrali lighting and chairs add a design-led feel.

Back to the rooms, they are small but comfortable and stylish. Cupcakes greeted us on arrival, as did a wee bottle of whiskey and some Robert Burn’s literature, as Burn’s Night had passed just the night before. As dusk set in, the view outside our huge windows lit up. Beneath us lay the sea-like glass roof of Central Station, architecturally impressive and glowing with light from below.

The hotel itself doesn’t offer a huge amount of other services. There’s no restaurant, but you can order supper from The Kitchen each evening between 6pm-9pm and either eat it in the communal dining/kitchen or take it as room service. But with Glasgow literally on your doorstep, you’ll want to get out there and explore the wealth of exciting restaurants and bars on offer.

glasgow central station roof lit up at night

Picture by Tom Harrison

That’s exactly what Grasshoppers is about – it’s a little hub of homely luxury in the centre of the city. A stylish base camp waiting to welcome you home after a day of shopping in the Merchant City or a night of dancing and drams in the West End.

On the day of our departure and sadly our last day in the city, we headed to the Grasshoppers’ Kitchen for a breakfast to set us up for the day. Eggs and bacon, as well as fresh fruit, bread and yoghurts are on offer, and you’re then left to your own devices to get on with your day.

Saying that, we asked for some recommendations from the Grasshoppers’ staff, on how to spend our final day in the city. The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Lighthouse, just a stone’s throw from the hotel, and visible, poking up above the Glasgow skyline, from the window, was recommended as a must-visit. We hopped along and so glad were we that we did, as it turned out to be the perfect way to roundup our trip. Climbing up the six floors of spiral staircase, we hit the top. Panoramic views of the city met us at the top, and across the red brick roofs, long block-style streets and Glasgow Central Station, we spotted our bedroom at Grasshoppers. What a way to say goodbye to the city.

Need To Know:

Rooms: 30

Rates: Doubles from £79 per night

Check-In Time: You can check-in from 2pm or earlier subject to your room being available. Luggage may be left, free of charge, prior to check in.

Checkout Time: You can check out until 11am. Luggage may be left, free of charge, after check out providing it is later collected the same day.

Facilities: The Kitchen serves daily breakfast and supper. The Bar offers a range of wines, beers and spirits, and treats are available from reception throughout the day. Bedrooms come with a Samsung 32” television, free Wi-Fi internet access and its own HD SKY BOX with SKY sports, SKY news, additional sports channels and SKY movies, and Arran Associates toiletries in the bathrooms.

How to get there: Grasshoppers is located on Union Street, 1minute walk from Glasgow Central Station, and the city’s biggest shopping district, attractions, bars and restaurants. Glasgow International Airport is approximately a 20minute taxi ride away.

Grasshoppers Hotel Glasgow, 87 Union Street, Glasgow G1 3TA

Tel. 0141 222 2666  Email: info@grasshoppersglasgow.com

www.grasshoppersglasgow.com

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