Welcome to My Week In Fashion! Each week, Gemma Hayward - Grazia's Senior Fashion Editor - shows us what she's seen, loved and bought. Click through the gallery above to see what Gemma's been loving this week...
My Week In Fashion: Grazia's Senior Fashion Editor Hits The Beach
1. Ancient Greek Sandals
It seems my little cat Chalky loves my new sandals as much as I do. As soon as I took them off she tried them on for size! They’re [a target="_blank" href="http://www.matchesfashion.com/womens/ancient-greek-sandals">Ancient Greek Sandals[/a] and they are honestly the most confortable shoes I have ever owned. A weekend of walking and not one blister. Result!
Who needs Glastonbury? Instead, this weekend I found myself on the beach in Barcelona for my big sister Lucy’s hen do. For our first night out we went for cocktails and the most delicious tapas. This picture was taken early evening with all of us looking far too well behaved in our Elton John inspired glasses. Rest assured we became more ridiculous as the weekend progressed!
A dear friend of mine Eliisa Makin has a jewellery label named [a target="_blank" href="http://www.elkinlondon.com">Elkin[/a]. I met up with her last week so she could show me her new designs. She’s also a stylist and personal shopper so she has her finger firmly on the pulse. She kicked off her business with her signature skull bracelets and these are her latest necklaces. I love this little ‘take me to the moon’ pendant.
4. Steven Meisel for Miu Miu
Actress Stacy Martin is the latest woman to front the advertising campaign for[a target="_blank" href="http://www.miumiu.com/en?cc=GB"> Miu Miu,[/a] and the results are nothing short of perfect. The Nymphomaniac star is captured by photographer Steven Meisel in seen black and white an in various feminine guises.
5. Stephen Jones
Today I am shooting a main fashion story for the pages of Grazia, and it’s my favourite trend of the season – black, as inspired by Japanese designers including Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo and Junya Watanabe. I’ve got some great accessories lined up too, including this mask hat from the master of millinery, Stephen Jones, a man who understands this reference well.