I've got quite a busy month in the mix which I'm looking forward to. A Bafta event hosted by Hackett, a photoshoot and interview for a future issue of The Metro, my birthday, oh, and fashion week of course! London is being bullied by snow at the moment though, so last week I headed back to the countryside for the little luxuries in life such as a fire! Throwing on layers resulted in a trial and error vibe that looked like Glastonbury in the winter season. An oversized farmer parka, torn apart jeans with tough blood doc martens made for rainbow appeal that could conquer the cold and grey tones I usually abide by. I've also included a little editorial with rusty countryside charm. To get the winter festival grunge-get-up, there's a few must-haves of mine from Scotts. Scotts sell a Duffer of St George jacket which has colour blocking parka intensity, a Nicholas Deakins quilted jacket looks earthy and industrial at the same time, a Penguin cable knit jumper always pops when in a rich and bright blue, and my method with rust red chinos these days is to reconstruct them in a high waisted way.