I started the week by checking out Jeremy Reed at Chelsea Theatre as part of their SACRED Season.

On Wednesday, I listened to David Byrne of Talking Heads fame in conversation with Matthew Herbert aka Doctor Rockit/Radio Boy/Wishmountain amongst other muso identities. The first question put to this duo was ‘Do we have enough music?’ The evening was an opportunity to indulge in a discussion about the state of today’s music industry, which was fascinating.

I attended a cocktail-making masterclass at Mahiki. But beforehand I sipped a couple of cocktails from the bar, including this Wiki Tiki delight. Yummy!

I finally managed to enjoy Sophie’s free breakfast offer this weekend, which ends on 4th November 2012. A tip: get there early because not only does it get very busy but the steak and chips breakfast also goes very quickly.

Spotted at Burlington Arcade: Pudsey in Theo Fennell’s window. Have you seen their limited edition bracelets for BBC Children In Need?

One of my fave documentaries is Banksy’s Exit Through The Gift Shop and I’m wondering if this is a piece of work by Space Invader in Soho. Anyone know?

Who, in Chelsea, hasn’t spotted the parrot man yet?

I love being a member of the V&A. Not only can you just walk into an exhibition by simply showing your membership card but you can also pop in over and over again, if you enjoyed the exhibition that much.

The Hollywood Costume exhibition was heaving on Saturday – and I’m keen to return. There’s plenty to take in and with the crowds, it wasn’t easy to read all the placards which contribute largely to the meaning of the costumes.

The Gourmet Burger Kitchen tomato sauce container always makes me smile. I love it. Yesterday, I grabbed a Classic Burger from the O2 branch whilst discovering that GBK are also still serving the Windsor Burger, which I wholly recommend.

Last night was Muse’s gig, which was amazing!! Laser lights, stunning visuals and rockstar performances – I wanted to see it all over again as it came to an end. Definitely going to see them again!

I took this photo whilst walking across Hungerford Bridge yesterday and as I watched a similar view whilst watching Skyfall earlier today, it made me feel lucky to be a Londoner. Urban paradise. 😉

Children In Need is taking place on 16th November this year (2012) and Theo Fennell has designed two limited edition bracelets to help raise funds.

Here’s the Pudsey bracelet …

And one adorning a classic Theo Fennell design.

Prices are £85 with £27.20 of each sale being donated to BBC Children in Need. And they’ll be available to buy online at www.theofennell.com and at Theo Fennell stores from 15th October 2012. Pre-orders are available now!

Don’t they look cute? x

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.



























The Safari ‘Arts collection is inspired by the majestic heads of the great, wild African animals. And these limited edition designs are supposed to remind us of the beautiful beasts we share this planet with; something that can be so easily forgotten in our urban landscape.

Crafted from 18ct gold, diamonds and sapphires, only fifty of each pendant has been made whilst all the pieces also have their unique number and the animal’s footprint or tail on the back.

Aren’t they just exquisite?


Along with Sloane Square’s lights, the Christmas lights at Theo Fennell are my annual fave. Their window displays are also always inspiring. Here, take a look:

So cute!