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Picasso Part 3: Nude, Green Leaves And Bust

The final instalment of the Picasso series focuses on ‘Nude, Green Leaves And Bust.’ Picasso painted this piece in one day in March 1932 and it sold for a record £70 million in… Continue reading

Picasso Part One: Les Demoiselles D’Avignon

For my next art series, I am going to focus on one of my favourite artists, Pablo Picasso. Over three blog posts, I will be looking at a different Picasso painting and explore… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

Cecily Day Spa Relaunch Event

I love discovering new places, especially when they are right on my doorstep. I was super excited to get invited to the relaunch party of Cecily Day Spa in Berkhamsted, stone’s throw away… Continue reading

The Art Of Fashion

Designed to be looked at, experiencing different movements and trends, the worlds of art and fashion have forever been entwined. Just as artists have called upon classical stories and myths for subject matters… Continue reading

Dior Designer Of Dreams

Selling out within weeks of opening and with extended dates added due to unprecedented demand, it’s safe to say that Dior Designer of Dreams at the V&A is the must-see exhibition of 2019.… Continue reading

Social Creature – Book Review

Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton is the slick thriller read of my summer. It’s a tale as old as time, rags to riches story set in Manhattan with two female characters at… Continue reading

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… Continue reading