Clare Fergusen from Stylist Magazine's Top 5 Picks from A+A

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Clare Fergusen, the Art Editor at Stylist Magazine, has been in the fashion industry for over six years, working

for publications including New Woman and Cosmopolitan.


If anyone has the inside knowledge of what’s in style this season then it’s the team at Stylist.


Here are Claire’s top 5 picks from SS10:



Juicy Couture: Metallic Pink Ballerina Slippers, £52.50

“My niece Izzy would adore these and they are right on trend with the metallic fabric”





Cacharel: Coral Petal Dress, £63.50

“This gorgeous light summer dress is perfect for afternoons eating ice cream and playing in the garden”





Chloe: Chloe Oversized Sunglasses, £140.00

“These are super cool for a little mini me, I’d love a pair for myself!”





D&G Junior: Navy Frill Front Dress, £192.00

“I love this dress with pretty frills and its a practical colour for playing”





Chloe: Classic Lemon Trench Coat, £194.50

“The perfect spring jacket to take [kids] through to summer and with our rainy British climate it will get lots of wear!”




In The News: Launch February Magazine

Picture 3 has published their online magazine for February.


The issue includes an announcement of all the new brands will be carrying for spring/summer 2010

like Chloe, Hugo Boss, Archimede and much more.


The magazine also includes a massive denim feature, perfect for parents looking to get some new jeans for their

little ones, as well as some half term activities for you and the kids!


Clare Fergusen, the Art Editor at Stylist Magazine is the guest editor for this month’s issue and gives her verdict on her

top 5 favorite items from


Take a look for yourself online at

Top 5 Hot Chocolate Spots in London



It is hard to find anyone who strongly dislikes hot chocolate; however, it is a hit and miss commodity, some Café’s

and restaurants make it perfectly, for others, it tastes like instant stuff you can  make at home.


So if you are going to pay for it, it might as well be good and it can be a fun adventure or treat after errands for kids

and parents alike, which is why we created our Top 5 Hot Chocolate Spots in London.


1. Theobroma Cacao (43 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick, London, W4 1RG, ): Yummy hot chocolate and a

free truffle with every cup, one of our 8 year old testers said he thought it was the “best hot chocolate [he has had]



2. William Curley (198 Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UN): Winner of the Best UK Chocolatier Award, it would

be just plain wrong for them not to have fabulous hot chocolate, lukily, they do and it is absolute luxury with one

part chocolate and five parts creamy milk.


3. Paul Young (33 Camden Passage, Islington, London N1 8EA): A British Chocolatier carrying ‘Paul A Young’s

Hot Chocolate Rocks’, made with water instead of milk and the percentage of chocolate included in the drink changes

depending on the weather, on a cold day, you can get 70% chocolate which is a rich and decadent, while in the summer

a 64% might be used for a lighter taste.


4. Apostrophe (19 Baker Street, London, W1U 8EQ): Known for the thickest hot chocolate in town, this chain cafe has got

it right. Their hot chocolate is so thick that you and the kiddies will need a spoon to drink it!


5. Melt (59 Ledbury Rd, London W11 2AA): Hot chocolate served in tiny cups with a sweet and sticky texture, you can also

buy the hot chocolate in blocks to take home and melt for hot chocolate treats at home (way better than powdered hot


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