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    The UK has been locked down and we’re living in unprecedented times. Bricks and …
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    There’s a lot of change taking place in Chelsea and while the area continues …
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    When I was 19 I went to Egypt on the back of spending a summer on …
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  • London Riots: Sloane Square

    Here are a few photos I took on Sloane Square this afternoon. King’s Road felt eerily relaxed; quite surreal to be honest, given what was happening around the rest of London. For more details on the circumstances of this week’s…

    La Brasserie’s cocktails fest

    This evening I made my second cocktail ever! The first was a Margarita at a Sri Lankan hotel bar, which I was invited to stand behind; the second was a Lychee Martini behind La Brasserie‘s bar in Chelsea. Until Friday…

    Duke of York Square’s Food Market

    Most Saturdays, I like to wander down to Duke of York’s Square for the Saturday food market; if not to pick something up, then to enjoy the food porn. Love!

    King’s Road in Pictures

    If you’re looking for images of the King’s Road from the 1930s to today, check out my Tumblr blog here. From the Chelsea Flower Show to Punk, there are magazine pages, photos and videos to read and watch. Hope you…

    My New Brompton Bike

    Well, it’s not exactly mine. It’s on loan from Bikeminded, RBKC’s cycling initiative. And why are they lending me a bike? Because along with a number of other local people, including Mariella Frostrup, George Clarke and Kell Skott, I’ve become…

    Dog Walking in Battersea Park

    No, I don’t have a dog. But I really want one! So today, I had to settle for texting a friend and asking if I could help him walk his. He said yes and I left the King’s Road to…

    Best View in Chelsea

    Earlier this afternoon, after a late lunch at Mori, I popped into Peter Jones for dessert and some air-con. I headed upstairs and grabbed a table by the window for the real reason I decided to go to the 6th…

    The Troubador’s Garden

    This afternoon I had a meeting at The Troubador and given how muggy it was I suggested that we sat in the garden. It’s been a while since I’ve sat in that garden and it reminded me of the times I…

    Where’s the party?

    Recently, I’ve been wondering if there was any correlation between the levels of sunshine in London and the frequency of my hangovers. Or perhaps, it has more to do with the serendipitous seasonal fortune bestowed upon party organisers specialising in Chelsea.…


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