• Arts & Culture
    When I was 19 I went to Egypt on the back of spending a summer on …
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  • Chelsea Local
    It’s been a while since I’ve written a post and as I sit …
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  • Chelsea Local
    It’s National Tequila Day on 24 July, which has got me thinking about my favourite …
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  • Saturday Sewing Session

    On Saturday, I popped into Love Bakery to pick up a few cupcake treats and to my delight, I came across a flyer for Saturday Sewing Session. Ok, so sewing may not seem rock and roll but when Sweat Shop…

    Surface To Air at The Shop At Bluebird

    More French style hits the King’s Road as Surface To Air moves into The Shop At Bluebird for one month only from today. 70’s style denim dresses for women and pinstriped short suits for men are just some of the…

    Love Hari’s

    *Health Warning: Over intoxication on Valentine’s Day can lead to disastrous results. Switch off your phone and don’t listen to any Bonnie Tyler.* So Valentine’s Day could be seen as an excuse for couples to congregate en masse around the…

    Wine to go!

    Sometimes there are those nights when you just want to stay in with a bottle of wine and find a good film on TV. That was Friday night. The film was Brokeback Mountain, which the boyfriend had yet to see,…

    Don’t miss in February

    1. Lee Broom at The Shop at Bluebird. Trained by Vivienne Westwood and a graduate from Central St Martins, Lee Broom will be launching his first store within The Shop at Bluebird in February 2011. 2. Michael Hoppen Contemporary at…

    The Kooples

    The Kooples has finally arrived onto the King’s Road and injected a sense of French urban chic onto the street. When one thinks about the local French community in and around Chelsea, most notably South Kensington, The Kooples’ signature black…

    The Chelsea Arts Club

    The other day I visited Piers Feetham Gallery to take a look at some paintings by Dan Pearce. I had met Dan before Christmas at The Chelsea Arts Club and it was a real delight to meet him inside this…

    French Martini at PJ’s

    So we’re in the first week of January and I haven’t had my first cocktail of the year yet. Well, I actually have but served up at home: a Horse’s Neck, but I’ll leave that for another post. This post will focus…

    What’s new in 2011?

    A few things I’m looking forward to on King’s Road in 2011: 1. Reopening of Picasso This King’s Road institution has been transformed from an Italian coffee shop into a cafe/bar/restaurant and it is looking decidedly swish through the glass doors. The feel of a…


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