>> I'm not trying to flag up every single blooming thing I've been doing outside of this cubby hole blog but I thought this might be genuinely useful seeing as on a daily basis, I get twenty emails or so asking for 'Guides to London' as though I was a comprehensive walking encyclopaedia on all things London-plus-fashion.  Well ok, that is actually what I secretly strive to be – to be encyclopadic on the ins and outs of shopping for fashion in London but that's not the point.  My paltry efforts to construct a London shopping Google Map two years ago has been neglected lately and is a tad confusing for those that need a rough starting point.

Therefore for the latest issue of H&M magazine (it's freeeeeeeeeeeee to pick up in stores), I've done a more specific East London one with vintage stores, boutiques, a few eats and other bits and bobs.  Apparently East London is where it's happening… didn't you know?  Gee whizz… it was a news flash to me…. 

Seeing as I've unhelpfully taken photos of the guide so that you can't actually read it, I wanted to point out that it's online on the H&M Life website, albeit a bit on the buried side if you're on a H&M home page.

Disneyrollergirl and Fashion Editor at Large aka Melanie Rickey have also contributed some chunky stories to the issue that aren't online but definitely worth picking up the issue for as a train read… 

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Comments (6)

  1. Love H&M mag. Great piece. Well done lovely x

  2. Your blog is a wonderful read everyday… thanks!

  3. Taylor Lewis says:

    Love the h&m mag i spent close to £100 the other day in h&m, its such a great shop hehe!
    http://TheFashionDrugg.blogspot.com/

  4. Kat says:

    Great work Susie! H&M are highstreet heroes.
    http://www.popyourclutch.com

  5. Liz says:

    is the H&M magazine available in China

  6. How cool! Will definitely check it out… 😉

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