We are delighted you have found yourself perusing the Alice Frances blog.
We are 3 friends who live and work in London, and write about all things British with a focus on emerging brands, design and culture.
You will find reviews on places to visit and things to do in London and beyond, interviews with emerging British brands, monthly style picks and photo shoots, a smattering of artwork and short stories, and posts about our thoughts on general ‘Britishness’.
If you would like to be featured or to contribute, please get it touch, we love hearing other people’s stories!
💻 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
🎥Instagram and 🐥Twitter: @alicefrancesb
‘I’m Alice, I live and work in London and love escaping to the English countryside. I started this blog when I was unemployed and job hunting, as a place to share my interests and day-to-day activities. Along the way I met so many other people who were pursuing unconventional careers paths. Some had escaped their desks to set up businesses, others were juggling multiple jobs whilst working towards turning their passion into a career. So I decided to share their stories on the blog, with the hope that it will be an inspiration to anyone looking at doing something just a little bit different.
Being British and living in London, I have focused on people either living or working here, so for the moment we are British, but eventually we would love to branch out. Alice xxx’
‘Hello, I’m Emily and I am delighted to be the first official contributor to Alice Frances! I am 25, I live in London and have an extensive and niche knowledge of films you have never watched. I have recently taken up cycling and am seeking treatment for my creme egg addiction.’
‘Frau Dueser to you! You’ll either find me strutting the streets of London in Trachten (dirndls for those who don’t understand Ze Germans) or spraying the town with glitter, and yes, it’s an addiction. If you find this vaguely amusing then check out my posts to discover all things Dueser.’
‘Peter Vaughan was born and raised in South London and began writing as a teenager. He is the winner of several short-fiction competitions and has quickly earned a strong reputation for contemplative and original writing that deals with subjects from the extraordinary to the existential’ – Biot Books. You can read Peter’s short story Safia Sails here.
Photos by Benoît Grogan-Avignon