Mademoiselle Privé at Saatchi Gallery

Welcome to the wonderful world of Chanel is exactly how this iconic luxury brand makes you feel as you step onto the grounds of Saatchi Gallery and venture through a garden designed by the Rich Brothers, gold winners of this year’s RHS Chelsea…

#Frifotos: Urban

With this week’s #Frifoto’s theme on Twitter being ‘urban’, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to indulge in some street photography around Chelsea. So yesterday, I pulled my camera out of my bag and snapped away as I went…

Fabergé: A Life of its Own

The wonderful documentary Fabergé: A Life of its Own hits the cinemas for a general release around the world tonight. If you have the slightest interest in the Fabergé brand, its renowned eggs or if you are keen to learn more…

Serpentine Gallery Summer’s Pavilion 2015 Designed by Selgascano

The Serpentine Gallery’s Summer Pavilion is now open and with such glorious weather over the weekend, I eagerly made a visit with the OH and Little Man. This year’s installation was designed by José Selgas and Lucía Cano who together make…

Travels to my Elephant: Tara Arrives on Duke of York Square

This morning saw the unveiling of a very exciting visitor to Duke of York Square. Children and locals gathered around as press set up around them.  First there was some storytelling for the children. An excerpt from Travels to my…

People-Watching On Brick Lane

Recently I’ve been thinking about which direction I wanted to take my blog in. I have learned so much over the years and I wanted my blog to continue exploring what I love the most, be it food, cocktails and…

Chelsea In Bloom: A Fairy Tale Week

There has been a wonderful buzz this week around the top of King’s Road and along Sloane Street. From Duke of York Square to Pavilion Road and beyond, Chelsea has been in bloom. And what a spectacle it is. This year’s…

Discovering the meaning of ‘luxury’ on a Sloane Street Tour

Last week I was invited on a tour along Sloane Street as part of London Craft Week.  Alongside the Victoria & Albert Museum’s exhibition What is Luxury? – which I sadly missed,  this #LCW15 tour sought to seek out the…

American Buffalo at Wyndham’s Theatre

At the start of this year I made the conscious decision to go to the theatre more in 2015. Theatre is my first love and for one reason or another my visits slowed down over time. So a couple of…


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