In conversation with
We were delighted to have The Times Fashion Director and author Anna Murphy join us in our Marylebone store for her talk with ME+EM founder Clare Hornby.
Celebrating the launch of her new book, style bible How Not to Wear Black, Clare sat down with Anna to discover how to build the perfect forever wardrobe and her tips and tricks for creating interesting looks that still feel right for you.
New book, timeless advice
Described by Clare as “the most useful fashion book I’ve read in years”, How Not to Wear Black is an expert’s take on how to enjoy fashion, find your perfect look and making dressing effortless.
What we also love about this extremely relevant, all-encompassing book is its focus on long-term solutions rather than “quick fixes”. An advocate of forever style, Anna Murphy gives an accessible insight into how to build a wardrobe that works hard, makes you feel good and is considered enough to last.
Turn up for the book
Following the talk, guests had the opportunity to meet both Anna and Clare, as well as other members of the ME+EM team, browse the collection and even get a sneak peek at next year’s exciting launches.
And what better way to get the party started than with an unexpected visit from David Hasselhoff? The Hoff even got his very own signed copy of Anna’s book, so he too can go away and learn everything there is to know about contemporary style.
The perfect Christmas gift for the style mavens in your life, we will be selling copies of Anna’s book How Not to Wear Black in all our stand-alone stores.