TANK MAGAZINE Spring 2014 
 Photography by Sohrab Golsorkhi-Ainslie 
 Styled by Elizabeth Black 

One of the best magazines I have bought recently is Tank Magazine.
Flicking through magazine in WHSmith's today, I thought "do not buy one, save your money." Then... I bought Tank magazine! One that I recognised from following their twitter, facebook and instagram pages, I couldn't resist buying this seasons issue, the first time I had bought Tank Magazine, now up their on my list of favourites! When flicking through Tank briefly I spotted this AMAZING editorial which persuaded me to buy the magazine! 'A step-to-step guide to making a frame seating', talking you through the steps of building a chair including all of the fashion essentials you may need; things such as: a Celine coat, Marques Almeida jeans, J.W Anderson jumper and Prada dress. Along with amazing styling and photography, this editorial includes witty instructions on how to put your garments and accessories to use whilst making the chair.  Overall, a great magazine and one that I would highly reccomend, Tank also includes an editorial spread by Sanna Helena Berger and articles on Chanel couture and Cedric Charlier.


 ZARA Shoes 
 NEW LOOK Skirt 
 TOPSHOP Jacket 

Recently I have been selling many things on depot such as clothing, books and accessories. You can check what I am selling by going to @emzgalz. With the money I have made so far, I am currently in the proccess of reinventing my wardrobe. With spring/summer in mind, I have been purchasing lighter coloured clothing in the colour palette of grey, cream and white. In image above is a few things that I have already added to my wardrobe such as both pairs of shoes and the jacket. Also there are things that I plan on buying within the next few days such as the bra, skirt and a few magazines including Garage.


 THE FRONT ROW Scuba Jacket 
 ZARA Sandals &  Knitted Jumper 

Spring is here!
Now that the sun seems to be out more often, I am introducing more whites and greys into my wardrobe, creating a lighter summer palette.  With the sun shining yesterday I decided to wear my new sandals. I styled them with my favourite white knitted jumper, black trousers, my &Other Stories shoulder bag and my reversible, black and white neoprene jacket. 



"My work has nothing to do with the physics of women, but their power. My job is to make them even stronger. In popular culture , they are very sexualized and I do not like it . I love the simplicity reassuring . I want to go against the idea that women are always busy to seduce. " - Phoebe Philo
Reminiscing over Phoebes Philo's latest collection at Celine has been something I have been doing a lot recently. Philo's clean, modern and sharp aesthetic is what makes her so amazing, and one of my personal favourite designers. From zips on the knee in 2012 to fur lined Birkenstocks in 2013 and her colourful handpainted prints and geometric heels for this season, there are elements of her collections that stay in my mind. This season her amazing tailored coats, split dresses and elongated, ribbed sleeves on tops and wide leg pants are examples all of things that I loved this season.  Not only is she an amazing designer but Phoebe Philo also has her own amazing sense of personal style. One of the most anticipated looks of the Celine show each season may be the final one, Phoebe herself. Usually wearing trousers and a knitted jumper, Philo always look casual, chic and cool. 
A women who's style is recognisable and always reinventive, Phoebe Philo is one of the best female designers of today, one who plays a crucial part in the fashion world. Her ability to create a strong and stylish woman every seaon is one not many do so well. Philo puts clothing on women making them feel powerful, strong yet still feminine and romantic; When I grow up I want to be the woman who she creates!