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Snapshots From My Week

Posters of three of Karl Lagerfeld’s photographs are being given away for free at the Little Black Jacket exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery. You can just help yourself! Fines de Claire oyster starter at Colbert on Sloane Square, which officially…

All About Bond: Photographs by Terry O’Neill

Does every girl have a type they always fall for? Or is it just me? I’ve always enjoyed being charmed by witty guys. And until I started going out with the bf five years ago, the ones I used to…

Marilyn Monroe at Proud Chelsea

I popped into Proud Chelsea last week to take a look at their latest exhibition: Marilyn: Intimate Exposures Photographs by Bruno Bernard. On the walls I discovered photos I had never seen before and being a huge Marilyn Monroe fan,…

A Lion Called Christian Returns to the King’s Road

Do you know about the lion called Christian that grew up on the King’s Road, after two Australian men bought him from Harrods in 1969? The story of Christian has touched the hearts of millions around the world, thanks to…

The Little Black Gallery’s launch at The Imperial Arms with Eat …

I’m so thrilled to be writing this post right now because I’m very excited about The Little Black Gallery‘s second home at The Imperial Arms. Tamara Beckwith and Ghislain Pascal have teamed up with Iain and Amelia Heggie to bring…

Terry O’Neill + Collective at The Little Black Gallery

I missed the book signing on Saturday but I met the man tonight: Terry O’Neill, the legendary photographer whose work stems from the fashionable 60s. Tonight was the launch of Collective + Terry O’Neill’s T-shirt collection at The Little Black Gallery.…

The Factory: Warhol and His Circle at Proud Chelsea

Last week saw the start of Proud Chelsea‘s latest exhibition: The Factory: Warhol and His Circle by David McCabe and I popped along to the opening night to have a look at the photos. What struck me the most about…

The Rolling Stones at Proud Chelsea

Last night, I popped into a private viewing for the latest exhibition at Proud Chelsea on King’s Road, which explores The Rolling Stones’ years with Decca records: 1962-1971. The works of legendary music photographers include Gered Mankowitz, Dominique Tarlé and…

Mike Figgis: Kate and Other Women at The Little Black Gallery

On Saturday afternoon, I went along to Mike Figgis’ signing for his book The 4 Dreams of Miss X at The Little Black Gallery. There were a couple of reasons why I was so excited. Firstly, Leaving Las Vegas, which…


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