This Week’s Fashion Picks!

This week I popped into MLPR’s SS13 press day to have another look at Ross X Bute’s collection. You may have read my interview with Madeleine Press, Ross X Bute’s creative director. I also took a look at the other…

Don’t Miss in November 2012!

1. Grey Goose Winter Ball in aid of the Elton John AIDS Foundation on Saturday 10th November at Battersea Power Station. The party theme will be 1950s Cote D’Azur and a specially designed Grey Goose cocktail reflecting this time and place will greet guests on arrival. Michelin-starred head…

Lobster Tuesday at 86!

Lobsters seem to be quite fashionable at the moment and there are plenty of good set menu deals around, with accompanying sides of fries and salad on offer or fries and a cocktail as another bargain option. Last night I…

Synaesthesia Treatment at Lush Spa

Last week ended with a Synaesthesia treatment at the Lush Spa on King’s Road. Before I had been invited to try this 80-minute massage, I had no idea what to expect. I had watched the video on Lush’s website and…

SACRED at Chelsea Theatre: Jeremy Reed’s Piccadilly Bongo

SACRED is back for another season at the Chelsea Theatre and on Monday night I went along to experience Jeremy Reed’s poetry reading. But this was not just one man in a performance space reciting his poetry, which incidentally has been championed…

Solaria Beauty and Tanning Salon

Last week I popped into a Dermalogica event at Solaria beauty and tanning salon along the King’s Road. This place has been here for years and I don’t know how many times I’ve walked past it without taking much notice.…

Chelsea Boutique: Ross X Bute

A couple of weeks ago I popped into Ross X Bute on the King’s Road to meet its new creative director Madeleine Press. Formerly known as Anonymous, this Chelsea boutique seems to be heading in an exciting direction under Press’s…

Little Black Jacket at Saatchi Gallery

Yesterday I popped into the Little Black Jacket exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery and I do have to say, go see it! Whilst you may have seen a few photos in the press or online, nothing makes up for the…

Sunday Lunch at Colbert Chelsea

I was saddened when news of Oriel closing down had broke. It was a Sloane Square brasserie, a Chelsea institution, expected to be on the corner of Sloane Square forever. My memories of Oriel started with my first cappuccino experience at…


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