We ask your favourite pinups all the questions you wish you could ask yourself! This week it's style icon, vintage vamp and music manager Lady Eccentrik.
Artiste Management/Company Director/Blogger
Describe your style in five words:
Creative, Sophisticated, Impactful,Glamorous,Vintage-Inspired
What is your favourite piece in your wardrobe, why do you love it and where did you get it?
My favourite piece is an original 1940s dressing robe, which is printed in a vibrant pattern of bright cornflower blue daisies with maize yellow centres, and jewel green foliage and posies of bright poppy red blossoms. I purchased it from Etsy and it holds a special place in my heart because its one of the first ever pieces I bought when I decided to be a pinup.
Who or what is your inspiration?
My inspiration comes from the glamour of old Hollywood starlets. I also love vintage fashion magazines and clothing patterns, patterns particularly from the 1940s - 50s.
What’s the one thing you wouldn’t leave the house without doing?
It's actually totally un-fashion-related, but I couldn't leave my house without making my bed!
What’s your top tip for feeling confident?
Stay true to yourself and your purpose. There is power and confidence in understanding that you wouldn’t be as special as you are if you just fit in. . .
What’s the last book you read?
The Art of Seduction
What’s your favourite song, band or piece of music?
My favourite artiste is the artist I actually manage, Nesbeth. He sings amazingly inspirational music that anyone who is going through, or has been through, hardship can listen to and be motivated. My absolute favourite song of his is 'My Dream', I love it.
What's your biggest achievement to date?
Producing the smash hit reggae song My Dream for Nesbeth - it's been incredibly successful.
What do you still want to achieve?
At the beginning of last year I created a mood board of what I hoped to achieve. One of my goals was to grow my Instagram following. I started 2017 with 7289 followers, and I'm now on 12.2K - it's growing all the time.
Wild night out or cosy night in?
Cosy Night in
Naughty French martini or green tea goodness?
Green tea goodness
Dressed up or dressed down?
Always dress up
Skirts or trousers?
Introvert or extrovert?
Comedy or thriller?
Call or text?
Truth or dare?
True vintage or brand spanking new?
If I could change the world in one way I would. . .
I will let everyone love themselves
What advice would you give your 15 year old self?
Everything is going to work out ok… trust the process
I am happiest when. . .
When I’m shopping for vintage treasures
What’s your favourite What Katie Did piece?
Bullet Bra Maitresse Curve