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interview:With Kat RockNRollBride

Happy New Year Everyone!!

Kat Williams

to celebrate the first published issue of RockNRoll Bride out in stores this month! 
did someone say bridal!? photography!? oh yes its the one and only Kat Williams!
magazine editor of RockandRoll Bride, bridal blogger, headmistress at Blogcademy, photographer, she also has a collection with crown&glory oh and she is obsessed with glitter! 
this lady is always on the go from posting on her blog regulary everyday at 8am &3pm
to updating us on her instagram.
when shes not doing that shes taking snaps  of selfies with her fellow blogcademy mistresses and pupils! 
its been a busy year for Kat but 2015 is looking rosie!!!

1-whats in your make-up bag?

I have SO much make up but at the moment my favourites are Illamasqua foundation, Lush translucent power, Bobby brown concealer, a MAC bronzer and blusher, the new Sugarpill Sparkle Baby pallet, Benefit Black Ink eyeliner and OCC Yaoi lip tar

2-your outfit of the day?

I'm a writer and editor and so spend most of my time in sparkly sweatpants at home! My favourites are from Pink by Victoria's Secret.

3-you've recently been awarded 'the best alternative wedding blog award" what advice would you give to aspiring award winning bloggers?

Come to my workshop, The Blogcademy! I started the workshop with two superstar bloggers, Gala Darling and Shauna Haider and we travel the world teaching aspiring bloggers and small business owners how to use the power of the internet to process their businesses. Collectively, we all got so many blogging related questions that we figured doing a workshop to answer them all was the best course of action! We also have online offerings too for those that can't come to in-person classes.

4-you have a brand new collection out with @crown&glory what inspired your new collection?

All the things I love - bright colours, glitter and sparkle!

5- if you could collaborate with any designer who would it be & why?

Vivienne Westwood because she's bonkers in the best possible way.

6-whats your daily fragrance?

It changes but at the moment I'm really loving "Amongst the Waves" by Olivine

7-what are you top five tips of being a blogger?

Figure out what makes you different
Know your audience and write for them
Great photography is important
Social media is not just about you, it's about the people that follow you
Put the work in and realise that it's not a get rich quick scheme. It took me at least three years before I earned a penny!

8- you're a headmistress at The Blogcademy and always on the move in different countries. What are your 5 luxuary items on the road?

I've learnt from traveling a lot that streamlining what you pack as much as possible is vital. However it's nice to buy a really nice candle when we're away to make our hotel or apartment a bit more homely. We always end up doing face masks one night too (and taking ridiculous photos of the process!

9- when will you magazine RockNRollBride be out in the shops? 

January the 8th 2015

hope you enjoyed the read !
many thanks to Kat taking part in the interview
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lots of love


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