• Eating & Drinking
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  • Diary
    Whether you’re after a classic gift or are searching for the ideal restaurant reservation, …
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  • Diary
    Summer in the city’s always a delight. I’m already excited for cocktails on …
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  • Mary Quant at Victoria & Albert Museum

    King’s Road‘s story as a style destination has many chapters, one of them undoubtedly being the age of Mary Quant. Mary Quant opened her first store on King’s Road in 1955. It was called Bazaar and it paved the way…

    What’s On in February 2019

    It’s been a slow start to the year on my blog mainly because I fell into the Netflix binge-watching trap when I finally decided to give Mad Men a try after all these years. Seven seasons later I feel like…

    Things to do in London this weekend: 12th & 13th April 2104

    It’s the week before Easter and this weekend sees the London Marathon happening on Sunday 13th April. But if you’re not running around getting ready for Easter or running through the streets of London for charity, what else is there…

    Favourite Places: Victoria & Albert Museum Courtyard

    One of my favourite places in London is the Victoria & Albert Museum courtyard where the John Madejski Garden sits.   In the summer, bodies lie on the grass as children play in the fountains and visitors eat and drink…

    Cult of Beauty at the V&A!

    The Cult of Beauty exhibition at the V&A ends on 17th July; today if you’re reading this on Sunday. I visited the Victoria and Albert Museum on the penultimate day of the exhibition, leaving it to the last minute and…


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