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Friday 2 October 2015

This Week The Mice Have Mostly Been...

It really doesn't seem all that long ago that we were donning our sparkliest dresses and novelty 2015 glasses and welcoming in the New Year, but somehow we've blinked and it's October.

In Hong Kong the end of September and start of October means a double whammy of public holidays so this last week has mainly been spent soaking up a little bank holiday sunshine and making the most of not being stuck at a gloomy old desk all week.

This year, October also means Wedfest, cue mountains and mountains of wedmin and some hardcore panicking over minutiae that no one else will even notice on the day but which right this minute seem to be the most important things in the whole entire universe... Time to get a grip I think...

When we haven't been bank holiday smoasting or morphing slowly but surely into Bridezilla, this week the Mice have mostly been...

Celebrating Fashion Month in the geekiest way we know how with a stack of sartorial reads. 

The standout star is the one we've been on a waiting list for which seemed longer than the Hermes Birkin list - Donald Robertson's Mitford at the Fashion ZooIt's finally arrived and we can confirm it's an absolute must-read for overgrown fashionista kids everywhere.

We're also racing through the fashion fabulous D.V. by Diana Vreeland which we finally tracked down in the Club Monaco bookshop on our trip to New York earlier this year and is every bit as fantastically bonkers as we'd hoped it would be.

Next up is The Woman I Wanted to Be by Diane von Furstenburg, another much anticipated read particularly after a brilliant profile of the designer in the Times a couple of weeks ago. 

Planning an autumn reboot while drooling over the over the knee deliciousness on offer for autumn 2015. It may still be bikini weather in Hong Kong but that new school year feeling is definitely in the air and rather than a new pencil case, I want boots. Hundreds and hundreds of pairs of boots... Both Middle Mouse and I already have, and are totally obsessed with, the Stuart Weitzman Highlands but this lovely line-up is making us greedily desperate for yet more over the knee action. Credit Cards look away now... 

GBP 1,260

GBP 39.99

GBP 1,600

And last, but not least, the newer, perhaps even more drool-worthy version of the Highland - longer, slightly roomier at the top and just a whole lot of slinky...

GBP 665

And that's that for another week! Here's to a wonderful, wonderful...


The Mice

1 comment

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