Ms. Kensington's Musings

Bachelorette Angie Kent wears Ms. Kensington

Bachelorette Angie Kent wears Ms. Kensington

Before Angie Kent joined the madness that is the Bachelorette 2019 I thought I’d send her some Ms. Kensington lingerie and a bespoke love letter to help her feel inspired and confident on the journey to find love. I was thrilled when Angie reached out to tell me she had worn her London Print robe everyday on set.
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The London Print as styled by This Island Life

The London Print as styled by This Island Life

Laura from This Island Life delivers some serious travel wardrobe inspiration on a dream trip to beautiful Bawah Island. "I’m usually straight into a bikini when I wake up, but on Bawah Island, all I wanted to do was swan around my beach bungalow in this silky ensemble." 

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There is no Planet B

There is no Planet B

There isn’t a planet B. Fashion is meant to be forward thinking and ahead of the curve and yet it is one of the most heavily polluting industries contributing to #climatechange. We must stay committed to working towards better practices for people and the planet. 
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London Rose Signage at Event

A Private Viewing of the London Collection

A huge thank you to everyone who came to the private viewing of the London Collection. It was a lovely evening and so nice to be able to present the debut collection in such a gorgeous setting. The London Collection is designed to capture the city’s beauty whilst highlighting its darker, edgier side.
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We have joined designer collective Our STORE

We have joined designer collective Our STORE

We have officially joined Our STORE - a designer collective sharing a permanent space in the leafy enclaves of Sydney's Paddington. Home to eight Australian designers, who have come together to create a unique retail space, sharing everything from the cost of the lease to taking turns to staff the store. 

 

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Ms. Kensington x Silk & Steel Jewellery

Ms. Kensington x Silk & Steel Jewellery

A chance encounter at a trade fair in Feb last year has led to a really lovely brand collaboration between Ms. Kensington Silk Lingerie and the gorgeous Sarah Cotterall of Silk & Steel Jewellery. I wanted to write this post as it's so important in business to support each other and realise that "Incredible things happen when women support other women".  
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Photography by @dans_levent

On 'Balance'

It can be really stressful when you're split between being a mum, running a business and trying to be a good friend, partner and person to then try and cram in more things into your day for 'balance'. This week I've tried yoga, not drinking and going to bed earlier without looking at my phone actually rather stressful. 

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We are for Mums

We are for Mums

For me, becoming a Mum has definitely shaped the way I have designed my lingerie and also my business. Talking to my own mother, my mother in law, their friends and both younger and older colleagues, it became clear that none of us wanted to open our underwear drawer and be confronted by the restrictive and cheap bedroom ideals of our younger selves or aspire to be what the media deemed ‘sexy’.
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Fashion Revolution Week 2019

Fashion Revolution Week 2019

I feel very strongly that as a brand you are what you create and I have done my best to create a product and operate a business that is transparent, ethical and sustainable. Fashion Revolution is an important week in reminding us of how we can be responsible as brands, manufacturers and consumers in what we buy, wear and consume on a day to day level. 
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How to write a love letter…

How to write a love letter…

Although pouring out our most heartfelt emotions onto a blank piece of paper isn’t something most have us have done since we were teenagers. Handwritten letters are today such a rarity that they are sure to evoke some powerful emotions in the recipient. Not convinced? Read our guide on how to write a love letter.
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Demons on display: Alexander McQueen

Demons on display: Alexander McQueen

We were told to “forget everything you learnt at school”, not just to torch the rule book but rewrite it completely and that your dark side was something to be celebrated and explored - your demons could be on full display. 
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