You could spot Julia Sarr-Jamois in a crowd from a distance. The perfect Afro gives it away!That is a trademark, ofcourse the Denim jackets, the sneakers, alternating between the 5inch Stilettos and the prints and colours thrown together to make the perfect look, helps in spotting the 23 year old Model-turn-Stylist-turn-Editor for Wonderland Magazine at practically every Fashion event.
Half Sengalese-half French,Julia started her career pretty soon,dropping out of college and pursuing an internship at I.D.Magazine, and soon securing a the Editor Title at Wonderland (which I think she has been at since 2010).
She can work a casual sportswear with wide legged trouser,looking effortless chic with that hair and statement accessories!(Almost always with huge sunglasses!)
One of the main task I am trying to achieve through this meet up is to create Collaboration with your fellow Bloggers in the form of Guest Blogging, which is a great way of sharing readers and working together.
6:30-7:00 Checking in And Getting comfortable with drinks
7:00- 8:00 Getting Comfortable with Drinks and Nibbles (Bumpkin has Sponsored some great Canapes!)
“Travis Lee Street is the Brand Director of fashion discovery startup Shop Of Me, Director of digital agency Applaud Social and founder of fashion/culture blog COMEINTOLAND. He recently was part of Decoded Fashion London and was asked to 10 Downing Street as a tech entrepreneur in the fashion space.
He has been speaking on SEO, social media, branding, and content creation for the past two years.”
8:30 – end of the Night: Networking and Creating Collaborations.
Please leave a comment with your Name,Blog, Twitter handle at the end of this post so that I have a estimate of how many of you are joining us.The Bumpkin has space for quite a few of us, which is great and also there is a TV screen so hopefully I can get in some speakers now for a casual session!
As some of you came for the last meetup, here are their details:
On one my recent photo walks around East London I came across this real quirky store called Comfort Station, and comfort it indeed is!
This quirky little store has all things small and nice,and is a jewellery heaven! All I wanted from the store was Everything!
Sadly,I did not have much time on my hands as I was with a real busy fast walking photo group so did not get a chance to browse through everything but I got in touch with the designer behind the store Amy Anderson, who makes each of these beautiful pieces in the Brick Lane Studio using sterling silver, gold, Swarovski and antique crystals,semi-precious stones and sustainably harvested woods.
It is a little visual treat in this shop and you can see the story behind each piece (bearing in mind I had 5 minutes I gathered this information..imagine the length of this post if I was there for 20).
If you ever get a chance, please take a wander down this street and tell me what you think?
Comfort Station HQ
22 Cheshire Street
London E2 6EH
Some Images from the Comfort Station store, Images from their Facebook Page.