Posts in 2015

Teesdale, England – Part 2 the High Force

The natural beauty around the chapel is breathtaking. Set in Forest-in-Teesdale, we left the Airbnb finally after breakfast and headed to explore the nearby High Force waterfall.

LFW SS16 at Brewer Street Carpark

As you know the venue for LFW has moved from the beautiful Somerset House to a brand new home – Brewer street carpark in Soho. How was it like? Let me take you on a little tour then:)

LFW SS16 Antonio Berardi

The Antonio Berardi SS16 catwalk at Natural History Museum oozed colour, embroidery, prints, luxe textures and a number of strong tailoring pieces. It’s the dream wardrobe of a modern, edgy girl during a busy party season. 

Top AW15 Wardrobe from Topshop (with free express delivery over £50)

With LFW fast approaching, it’s only natural to think about adding a few more statement autumn/winter pieces into the wardrobe. What better places to look when you want to add trendiness without hurting your bank too much than Topshop really? They’ve just sweetened the deal a little more with fr …

Nha-Mor Thai Food, East London

East London is full of interesting startup restaurants and cafes. The relatively cheaper rent plus an extremely openminded and capable customer base provide the best greenhouse for new & creative businesses to grow. Nah-Mor is a great little spot just off Spitalfield Market next to …

Pleats Please

A pleated maxi skirt is, at any time, flattering for your body shape. I fell in love with this denim print number from Karen Millen as soon as I saw it. The denim print injects new life and energy into an otherwise completely romantic, feminine and flowy skirt.

Mix-n-Match in Monochrome

As promised, here’s what I wore to Sketch the other day. I always love to try and mix things up rather than going for a full-on dressy, elegant outfit whenever I can. Knowing that I was going to feast in a rather grand location, I opted for this girly, young, high waist, a-line checked dres …

Japanese Home Cooking, South Kensington

Tombo, that calls itself a “Japanese Cafe and Matcha Bar”, is really an understatement true to the very much Japanese spirit. Just minutes walk from South Kensington Station, Tombo is this deli-like, modest shop that provides real Japanese home-cooking style meals and desserts, with an extensive …

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