• London Local
    It’s been a while since I’ve written a post and as I sit …
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  • London Local
    Summer is in full swing, and evenings are still beautifully light. Make the most of …
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  • Diary
    It’s National Tequila Day on 24 July, which has got me thinking about my favourite …
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  • The Safari ‘Arts by Theo Fennell

    You might have seen the beautiful Safari ‘Arts stand in my Fashion’s Night Out post last week. So I just wanted to give you a closer look at the individual pieces because I think they are so very pretty.  …

    Don’t Miss in September 2012!

    I am SO excited we’re in September. Hurrah! This is my favourite month in the year and there is plenty to look forward to. Cue Earth, Wind & Fire! 1. If you love classic cars, flash cars, geeking out on…

    Made In Italy’s Chelsea Garden

    If you follow me on Twitter, you would have seen that yesterday I was on my bike for most of the day. I was out and about at 8am, cycling to Richmond Park where I trained for my London to…

    Walking with the Wounded at Chelsea AutoLegends

    Walking with the Wounded will be taking part and fundraising at this year’s Chelsea AutoLegends. You may remember me writing about this charity which supports the re-training and re-education of servicemen and women in my post on this year’s Polo…

    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,…

    An Olympic Weekend in Chelsea

    The Olympics kicked off for me on Duke of York Square. I watched the Opening Ceremony with a large crowd who were also ignoring the threat of more showers, to celebrate the start of London 2012 with the rest of…

    Obikà opens in Chelsea!

    Last week, I went along to the opening of Obikà – the new Mozzarella Bar and Restaurant which has opened in Chelsea. When we arrived, the restaurant was already buzzing and we were greeted with a glass of lychee bellini,…

    Help Save Chelsea’s Oldest Pub

    Once upon a time, King’s Road was lined with banks. You didn’t have to run a few blocks to get to the nearest cashpoint machine because they sat on most corners. But now, most of them are gone as high…

    Smartee Pants from Austique

    Last week I popped into Chelsea fashion boutique Austique, to meet with its owner Katie Canvin. We talked about fashion, life and of course the fabulousness of the King’s Road. And before I left, Katie gave me a gift which…


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