Cookie Policy

This website, like most of the internet, uses cookies. Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. To find out more about what cookies are please click here.

The cookies on this site fall into the “Essential” and “Performance” categories as described in the ICC cookie guide.

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Our cookies and why they are used:

Google Analytics
Allows us to know how many people view the site and analyse how they use it. e.g. visitor numbers, page views, popular pages, links to the site and whether visitors are seeing error messages.
Personal information is anonymised, so visitors are not identifiable. Some information (such as the country and time zone of visitors, search engine results and which devices/browsers are being used) allows us to improve and optimise the site for a better user experience.
Analytics reports also confirm visitor numbers for accreditation to events such as London Fashion Week.

Same as above, but enables us to see visitor information live while visitors browse the site.
This allows us to monitor the site in the event of sudden heavy traffic. e.g. a post that becomes popular when linked on Reddit, Stumble Upon or by a popular Twitter user, can cause a surge of visitors that overwhelms the server and can take the whole site down.
It also allows us to see how people are using the site and if the navigation can be improved with the implementation of better categories, tags and search.

W3 Total Cache
This is a plugin that caches the site to significantly improve your loading time of each page.

Blog comments
If you leave a comment this cookie allows the site to remember you next time you visit, so that you don’t need to enter the information again. There is a separate cookie for your name, email and URL, if you enter one. This is done for your convenience only and the information is not tracked or shared with anyone.

Session cookies
Also known as Temporary Cookies. WordPress installs a number of session cookies to allow the blog to work effectively and facilitate your activities within the site, for example by indicating whether or not you’ve already visited a particular page.


What we don’t use cookies for:

  • We do not use any cookies for advertising or marketing purposes.
  • We do not collect any sensitive data or personally identifiable information.
  • We do not use any affiliate links/cookies for advertising networks/sales commissions.
  • We do not share any identifiable data with any third parties.
  • We do not use any social media sharing plug-ins, which are thought to be some of the more intrusive third party cookies.

If you are uncomfortable with the usage of cookies on this site then please follow the instructions below to remove them or block them from your browser. By disallowing cookies, you may find that this (and many other sites) will not work as expected.

Removing cookies from Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Operamore browsers.

If you have any questions, please contact Kris.