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  • Bastille Day Celebrations!

    When you walk along the King’s Road or around South Kensington, you’re likely to hear as much French being spoken as you do English; especially when you step into The Kooples. So needless to say, there’ll be a few celebrations…

    Chelsea Gyms: King’s Road and Beyond

    Recently in the gym, I ended up talking to a woman about how ‘comfortable’ us females generally become when in a long term relationship; and how it takes being single or something quite dramatic (like an increase in dress size)…

    Chelsea on a Bike

    Good morning! Here are some details I wanted to share with you about a new cycling scheme that is about to launch this month. It’s called Bikeminded and not only will this campaign be somewhere for bike geeks to meet likeminded…

    Phat Phuc Noodle Bar

    Recently, I’ve had the bad habit of not blogging about my day-to-day life in Chelsea. I guess it’s because I’ve been presuming that everyone knows about these places or indulgences; that perhaps I might be stating the obvious. But, I’m…

    Sushi pop up at The Bluebird Food Store

    Last night was the launch party for the sushi pop up at The Bluebird Food Store. The sushi was provided by King’s Road’s Sushinho. There was live Brazilian music and Caipirinhas flowed the entire evening. And yes that’s right, the…

    The King’s Road becomes a theatrical venue!

    Yesterday I met up with Francis Alexander, the Artistic Director of The Chelsea Theatre, to discuss the InTRANSIT festival that is being run in conjunction with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The festival runs throughout July, within the Royal Borough.…

    A Taste of Rossopomodoro

    What a night! Following a dash to Chiswick to review a restaurant, I had learnt that the restaurant was fully booked. Fail. I had just finished a spinning class and was ravenous. And as I headed back to Chelsea, I…

    Don’t Miss in July

    1. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Yohji Yamamoto at the V&A, you must! This wonderful exhibition ends on 10th July 2011 and if you have any interest in fashion, it would be real pity to miss…

    Shopping for Henley Regatta

    Sometimes it pays to barely have free time on your hands! This afternoon, I dashed along King’s Road to buy myself a dress and shoes for the Henley Regatta, which I’ll be attending tomorrow. I had a vague criteria for…


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