Last year, 2014, was one of the best and the hardest years of my life. I have finished my Fashion Journalism degree with 2:1, met a couple of new friends who seem to stay in my life for quite long time. I also moved into new flat with my boyfriend which was probably the biggest decision I made in my whole life.
Sorry about the silence, have been so busy with my final university project, work newsletter and graduation – yes, after three long years, I finally did it – 2:1 in BA Fashion Journalism! Considering myself not such a bad student, especially when English isn’t my first language. A lot of things have happened to me during those three years: ups and downs, some people came to my life and left it, some of them are still here no matter what, and I hope, they will still be here in 10 years time. It seems that now I’m all grown up, finished university, time to find a ‘real’ job and get all serious but the truth is that I still don’t know what I want to do in my life. I don’t know should I be glad or upset because my objectives are quite different – I don’t have exact aim, the only thing I know for sure is that I want to be happy. Happy for my friends. Happy for my family. Happy for my love. But the most important thing I want to learn, and, unfortunately, nobody can teach me that, just to be happy on my own.
I really want to say a big THANKS to my family and all of my friends, including Paula, who was here no matter how annoying and crazy I was during these years.
Last Thursday I’ve attended #PsycheSS14 in Middlesbrough where shop’s staff showed us new season’s trends.
Psyche has been investing in women and men’s fashion through exclusive designers such as Hugo Boss, Paul Smith, Armani, Ralph Lauren, Barbour, Ted Baker, William Hunt, and, my personally favourite, Michael Kors, Eton French tailored shirts, and many more.