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Smythson Pocket NotebookSome may know of my deep love for Smythson notebooks, I’m now the proud owner of one! Perfect timing as I’m soon to be off to South East Asia for 8 weeks!Many thanks to that special someone. You know what I like and continuously spoil me.Here’s the post I did celebrating 125 years of Smythson, click here.Posted by Tea

Smythson Pocket Notebook

Some may know of my deep love for Smythson notebooks, I’m now the proud owner of one! Perfect timing as I’m soon to be off to South East Asia for 8 weeks!

Many thanks to that special someone. You know what I like and continuously spoil me.

Here’s the post I did celebrating 125 years of Smythson, click here.

Posted by Tea

Kuji Shop - The Independent Online Boutique #004

Late last week I was sent T-Shirts courtesy of Kuji Shop. A Sheffield based street wear boutique, helping facilitate local designers,artists and creatives get their work onto t-shirts and gain exposure.

Designed by Jessica Ball who uses kaleidoscopic, geometric prints with bold coloured outlines to create these beautiful pieces.

"Canary" designed by Jessica Ball

Check out more designs via Kuji Shop by clicking here.



Location Hyde Park, London

Photography and Post by Tea (Instagram: @hamzajunaid)

Model: @AaronHowes

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Kuji Shop - The Independent Online Boutique #003

Late last week I was sent T-Shirts courtesy of Kuji Shop. A Sheffield based street wear boutique, helping facilitate local designers,artists and creatives get their work onto t-shirts and gain exposure.

Pictured above is a design by Greg Thomas, inspired by architecture and the design taken from sections of decoration on renaissance buildings which are now demolished.

Check out more designs by clicking here.

"Rectangle" designed by Greg Thomas



Location Hyde Park, London

Photography and Post by Tea (Instagram: @hamzajunaid)

Model: @AaronHowes

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Kuji Shop - The Independent Online Boutique #002

Late last week I was sent T-Shirts courtesy of Kuji Shop. A Sheffield based street wear boutique, helping facilitate local designers,artists and creatives get their work onto t-shirts and gain exposure.

I would highly recommend checking out their website and supporting the many talented designers that they showcase, click here.


Location Hyde Park, London

Photography and Post by Tea (Instagram: @hamzajunaid)

Model: @AaronHowes

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Kuji Shop - The Independent Online Boutique 

Late last week I was sent T-Shirts courtesy of Kuji Shop. A Sheffield based street wear boutique, helping facilitate local designers,artists and creatives get their work onto t-shirts and gain exposure.

Pictured above is a design by Jamie Crewe, who describes his work to be inspired by psychoanalysis and Freud. 

I would highly recommend checking out their website and supporting the many talented designers that they showcase, click here.

"I SEE EVERYTHING"  designed by Jamie Crewe

Kuji Shop

Location Hyde Park, London

Photography and Post by Tea (Instagram: @hamzajunaid)

Model: @AaronHowes

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Paul Smith - Book Signing

After visiting the “HELLO, my name is Paul Smith" exhibition late last year and being suitably swept by his demeanor and boy-ish charm, Sir Paul Smith decided to hold a book signing at the Design Museum. Luckily I was free and so took the chance to meet our British icon, whilst getting my copy of his latest book signed (Hello My Name Is Paul Smith, Smith, Sudjic and Loveday - £25, Amazon).

Paul Smith is a designer that prides himself on adolescent whit which is evident through much of his work. From the lining of a suit to printing bicycles on silk scarves, Smith’s process is always to throw as much of his personality onto the garments he creates.

After meeting the British designer, I can safely say that Paul Smith is every bit the way you would imagine him. Inviting, lovable, humble. A creative innovator of his time and pioneering figure for British designers in the 1970s.

The exhibition is open until the 22nd June 2014. Installations include: a replica of his very first Nottingham store, Paul’s studio awash with pan-tone books, toys, and an acrylic bowl of spaghetti.

Admission Adult - £15, Student - £9.50

Location Design Museum, London Bridge

Photography and post by 
Tea

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Soho StyleYou may have noticed this man if you have spent enough time in Soho and surrounding areas. I didn’t get this chaps name, he did however oblige in rhyming any three words of my choosing. Stylish is both a purposeful and ambiguous term to brand someone with, but I think we can agree that his colour scheme and utility belt have definitely allowed for this accolade to be awarded here.Spotted in Soho, LondonPosted by TeaMore fashion, posts and style inspiration: http://teancoffeelondon.tumblr.com/Instagram: @hamzajunaid

Soho Style

You may have noticed this man if you have spent enough time in Soho and surrounding areas. I didn’t get this chaps name, he did however oblige in rhyming any three words of my choosing.

Stylish is both a purposeful and ambiguous term to brand someone with, but I think we can agree that his colour scheme and utility belt have definitely allowed for this accolade to be awarded here.

Spotted in Soho, London

Posted by Tea

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Instagram: @hamzajunaid

Originality is nothing but judicious imitation

—Voltaire

Unisex Summer Fashion

Nike Air Vortex (Red) RRP £66.99

A breathable pair of iconic Nike trainers, similar to those worn by athletes of the late 80’s and 90’s. The resurgence of this style can also be seen with brands such as New Balance, which have seemingly taken the London middle-classes. It does feel as though New Balance trainers have quickly become trendy and in a short space of time, even though this brand has been around for decades. This could be due to the vast number of colours available and a common unisex style that is seen with each of their shoes.

Ray-Ban Wayfarer - Tortoise Shell (RB 2140) RRP £125

Another iconic piece from the 80’s, wayfarers by Ray-Ban have been worn by the the Sex Pistols, Steve McQueen and Sir Elton John, to name a few. These comfortable and stylish glasses are timeless and will never let you down when the sun peaks out of the British rain clouds.

Other recommendations for sunglasses include: Persol - famously worn by Piers Brosnan as James Bond. And, the latest frames to come on my radar by Oliver Peoples.

Location: Hyde Park, London

Posted by Tea

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Instagram: @hamzajunaid