Tim Walker ‘Wonderful Things’ Exhibition

I love spending weekends visiting exhibitions. The last one that I visited was the Mary Quant show at the V&A. This past weekend, I returned to the V&A for a sumptuous exhibition, Tim Walker 'Wonderful Things,' This British fashion photographer is one of the world's most inventive photographers, and this exhibition is the most incredible … Continue reading Tim Walker ‘Wonderful Things’ Exhibition

Dalloway Dining – Brunch at Dalloway Terrace

When you live and or work in London, it is easy to take for granted the variety of restaurants, shops, galleries and activities that it has to offer. Having grown up in London and subsequently moving to the countryside, I make the most of the city more now when I visit than when I had … Continue reading Dalloway Dining – Brunch at Dalloway Terrace

The Botticelli Secret

Conspiracy, murder, myth and art are woven together in 'The Botticelli Secret' to unravel a five hundred year old art mystery. 'The Botticelli Secret' penned by Marina Fiorato is an historical mystery novel that centres around the Renaissance painting 'La Primavera', painted by Sandro Botticelli between 1477 and 1482. Set in fifteenth century Florence at the … Continue reading The Botticelli Secret

Urban Decay Naked 3

Pink makes the boys wink and there's no better way to complete a romantic, flirty look than with some gorgeous rose-hued eyeshadow. Pink is my absolute favourite colour, so the Naked 3 palette from Urban Decay is heaven sent for me and I get lots of use from it. As with all of Urban Decay's … Continue reading Urban Decay Naked 3

This Kiss in Art History Part One: Gustav Klimt

The Kiss in Art History Series Part One: The Kiss by Gustav Klimt With Valentine's Day arriving tomorrow, love is everywhere I turn at the moment. With that in mind, it feels like the perfect time to indulge in the romance of art. Over the next three weeks, I will be publishing a series of … Continue reading This Kiss in Art History Part One: Gustav Klimt

The Florist Watford

It’s always exciting when a new venue opens up in your local area; even more so when it is something you would expect to find in a city centre. The Florist is a chain of three restaurants in Liverpool, Bristol and now Watford. With its distinctive décor and floral charm gracing everything from the interior … Continue reading The Florist Watford

Good Me, Bad Me – Book Review

Crime is a favourite book genre of mine and I was compelled to read 'Good Me, Bad Me,' by Ali Land when I saw that it had been referred to as the 'Gone Girl of 2017.' Look away now if you haven't read the book yet as there are spoilers ahead. 'Good Me, Bad Me' centres around … Continue reading Good Me, Bad Me – Book Review

Style Diary: The Thigh’s The Limit

One of my favourite trends of the moment is over the knee boots. They can be dressed up or down, are incredibly chic and have the added bonus of making your legs look long and lean. What’s not to love? Here are three different ways to wear your favourite pair of over-the-knee boots. Outfit 1: … Continue reading Style Diary: The Thigh’s The Limit

The Jan Van Eyck Mystery

Nestled in the Sainsbury Wing of London’s National Gallery is one of the most famous Renaissance paintings: Jan van Eyck’s the ‘Arnolfini Portrait’. It is an undisputed masterpiece of Northern Renaissance art. It was painted in 1434 and is probably the best known Netherlandish fifteenth century painting. With clues scattered throughout the composition, the ‘Arnolfini … Continue reading The Jan Van Eyck Mystery

Style Diary: The Roaring Twenties

The 1920s is my absolute favourite style era. The height of glamour, sophistication and the first decade that was truly about the young generation. For me, this was when true style exploded around the world and I was truly excited when a Roaring Twenties themed event came my way. With the popularity of active dances … Continue reading Style Diary: The Roaring Twenties