Stylist Live takes place this year this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Kensington Olympia. If you ask me what Stylist Live really is, I will tell you that is a three-day festival celebrating us women with fashion, beauty, advice and inspirational talks and, well, style! This year opening on the same day as Equal Pay … Continue reading How a magazine becomes alive
Apart from the Sherlock Holmes museum, you can find in the immediate vicinity two shopping diamonds that you most certainly have to visit!
There are some things in life that should be sacred, like having a cup of coffee in the morning or being able to enjoy music without any interruptions or comments. For me, music and especially classical music is a miracle that anyone can enjoy with their souls and minds wide open, Thus, I do think … Continue reading Concert time!
Nestled in Covent Garden, there is a treasure waiting to be uncovered; the London Film Museum. It is running an exhibition called "Bond in Motion", feturing vehicles appearing in the James Bond film franchise. From Octopussy to Die Another Day and from Spectre to You Only Live Twice, this is an exhibition for true James … Continue reading All things Bond
Yesterday was the last of two days London Greek Wine Festival, and as you can imagine, I wouldn't miss it for the world! It was a great night, full of good friends, folk music, food, and - you guessed it - wine! Featuring the best of the best wines from regions in Greece, we had … Continue reading When life gives you wine…
The most fun thing in London is that there is always something to surprise you with. Spontaneity is the word! While most of the times you have to organise anything before hand, it is exactly these impromptu moments that make you want to yell "Yes, I bloody love this city!" This is the case with … Continue reading Live for moments like this
I thought I would get political on you for this first post - last weekend I had the opportunity to visit the ongoing exhibition at Tate Modern called the ''Soul of a Nation'' and my only regret was that I hadn't visited sooner. Martin Luther King, Muhammad Ali were present, if only in spirit. Talking … Continue reading Tate Modern? Really?