When it comes to the blogosphere, it doesn't get much bigger than Scott Schuman. Since he started his website 'The Satorialist' in 2005, Schuman has shot for everyone from DKNY to Vogue Italia and has even modelled in an ad campaign for Gap's 2008 fall campaign. Since his arrival at London Fashion Week last weekend, we've spotted women lingering around him in the hope of having the ultimate compliment and being shot by him for his blog.
With all of that in mind, you can imagine our delight when we were invited to attend the press party for Schuman's book signing at Liberty this week.
Meg Mathews has come a long way since her 'Cool Britannia' days and her marraige and subsequent divorce from, Noel Gallagher. Once famously known for her partying ways, the mother of two has since reinvented herself as a wallpaper and vintage-inspired upholsterd furniture designer.
How did this come about? Well Mathews says that she was 'redecorating my room after I came out of rehab and when I was told it wasn't possible to have the whole room wallpapered in Swaroski crystals, I decided I'd just do it myself'. Mathews approached the buyers at Liberty and pitched her idea to them and the rest, as they say, is history.
Inspired by her favourite fashion motifs including snakes and skulls, Mathews set to work and developed a range for Liberty's Prints Charming exhibition. The collection, priced at £89 per meter, is on sale now at Libertys and if her celebrity clientelle, including Victoria Beckham, is anything to go by, it would seem that the sky is the limit for Miss Mathews.