Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Friday, 26 November 2010
Our next instalment comes in the form of a fresh girl band with a retro feel
The Like are a four piece indie rock band from California, but to look at them you’d think they spent their days in Camden or Carnaby street in the 60s. From left to right they are Annie, Tennessee, “Z” Berg (real name Elizabeth) and Laena. And thanks to Z’s from the heart almost therapeutic writing the girls are fast becoming known for their edgy sound and punchy lyrics.
He’s not a boy- the like
It seems they’re starting a new trend in gigs, bringing it back to the old fashion values when people dressed up to go dancing. Z told Company magazine “At gigs, everyone comes dolled up. Girls tend to wear black and white with lace and boys wear suits, it’s cute!”
Their style is much as part of the job as the music for the girls and it’s not something they rush into lightly, Tennessee picks outfits that subtly co-ordinate but represent each of the girls’ personalities, Tennessee herself even ended up in A&E in a Beehive related concussion during their first video shoot, she explains “I hit my head so many times I had to go to A&E in tears with my huge beehive and plastic things sticking out of it!”
The Like’s album, Release Me is out now.
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Sunday, 21 November 2010
Saturday, 20 November 2010
Spring 2011 Lookbook
Friday, 19 November 2010
The latest trend in desserts has seen one of our favourite treats get re-invented. The humble cupcake has been transformed into bite-size form and encased in a small glass jar, just begging to be eaten with a spoon.
This new look cupcake has several benefits; for one the jar packaging locks in moisture, ensuring your cupcake stays delicious for longer, and then, (once you're done devouring your sweet treat), you can re-use the jar however you wish. Maybe for some home-made jam, or even a new tea light?
We think these cute cakes will make perfect gifts and will be great additions to any party. Why not take a look at G Desserts for more info and order a batch?
By Kat Nicholls