Last month when our SS13 collection launched in Edinburgh, we blogged about what to do and see if you were ever to visit the city.To continue we thought what better place to tell you about, than our home town Brighton.
Brighton is the perfect city to stroll around, pop into a local café; take on some culture and shop until you drop.
Follow our guide to the perfect day out in Brighton.
To miss the crowds and enjoy Brighton, head down to the North Laines for a morning stroll through Sydney Street and Kensington Gardens, and stop off at one of the local cafes for some breakfast and tea.
Or if you happen to be visiting on a Saturday make a pit stop at the local farmers market for your morning sausage bap and gourmet coffee.
Make your way through the hustle and bustle and entwined streets for a spot of culture at the famous Royal Pavilion, or if that isn't your thing how about catching the latest films at the Duke of Yorks art house (voted the best cinema in Britain in 2012) or Dukes at Komedia situated in the North Laines.
If you're feeling peckish and need something to tide you over till dinner, how about some ice cream at Gelato Gusto, some frozen yogurt at Lick (the UK's first frozen yogurt shop) take-away dumplings at MO:MO or Brightons famous Bagelman.
Now that you are replenished, it's time to get down to the good stuff. That's right, shopping.
From the ends of the North Laines until you hear the sound of the sea, you will find many boutique shops, including our favourites Sirene and One in the house.
Alternately if you are after some labels head on over to East Street for a high end shopping experience.
After you have shopped till you dropped it's time to kick back, relax and eat. You will find all the gorgeous restaurant's situated down in the lanes. Our favourite being Riddle & Finns for oysters and champagne, Indian Summer for a hint of spice or The Coal Shed for good quality meats and steaks.
Now I knew there was a reason why I loved Brighton so much.
We hope to see you soon!