It has truly been an incredible, awe-inspiring, exhilarating and whirlwind of a year! And I wouldn’t have had it any other way.
My love affair with Harry Potter started when I was about twelve years old. Wizards and witches, wands and broomsticks all whisked me away to a wonderful, magical world.
I spent a few days this past weekend taking in the last few glimpses of summer in the countryside retreat of The Grove.
I seem to have stumbled upon a colourful and green, garden oasis right in the middle of London and a few steps away from where I live. How convenient!
When I first moved to London, I used to spend countless weekends exploring all of London’s toursit attractions. Big Ben, London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, you name it! But one of my favourite (and most beautiful) must see attraction in the city is the Natural History Museum.
It’s not often that you get to attend events in London that are out of the ordinary and a feast for all senses. Well, that is exactly what I experienced at Coya’s Senses Masterclass.
A couple days ago, I was taken on an immersive journey through the origins of Coco Chanel’s infamous creations at the Mademoiselle Prive exhibition.
I have been meaning to check out Broadway Market for a good couple of months now but something (namely weather!) always got in the way. So last weekend’s rising temperature brought me east to discover all that this part of London has to offer!
I spent last weekend in South Kensington, mingling with an uber cool and dressed to the nines fashion crowd at Vogue’s annual, Vogue Festival.
On a wonderfully sunny and crisp Sunday morning, I made my way to east London for a lovely stroll through Columbia Road Flower Market.