Lifestyle

Welcome Back

I started my blog as an online journal and a photo library of my year abroad spent in Paris and Florence a few years ago. Since then I have maintained and developed it by writing about my holidays, London and style trends. I’ve been away from my blog for almost a year now. During this […]

Dior at Blenheim

Growing up and living my whole like in the heart of London can be overwhelming. This is why it’s important to retreat to the countryside, absorb some much-needed fresh air and escape to the peaceful greenery. Thankfully, I spent most of my university years living in Surrey, but now, back in the city and crying […]

Henry Asencio Live Art Performance

“Merging introspection and visual spectacle with unmistakable modernity.” Clarendon Fine Art gallery in Mayfair, hosted a private viewing of Henry Asencio’s paintings and a live painting performance in front of invited guests. When he last had an exhibition in London at the same gallery, I was lucky enough to be able to model for him. And today […]

VOGUE 100: A Century of Style

A few weeks ago a photography exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London opened, showcasing the greatest images from the great fashion bible the UK has created, Vogue magazine. Viewers are taken on a journey through 100 years of glamour, style and celebrity icons through photographs taken or commissioned by British Vogue. Since its […]

Chanel Couture in London

Recently, London has been a hub for fashion exhibitions. First, it was Louis Vuitton’s Series 3 show and now Chanel has opened its secretive doors to the public for a free exhibition of the designer house. Mademoiselle Privé, an exhibit at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London held until this Sunday, is a journey through […]

Exploring the East

Of London that is. Duck and Waffle Heron Tower close to Liverpool Street Station is the home of Sushi Samba, a cousin of a mix of Brazilian, Japanese and Peruvian culture and cuisine and Duck and Waffle, British and European cuisine, which is open for 24 hours. I went for breakfast at Duck and Waffle […]

Shake It Up For Barry’s

London is heavily influenced by the L.A healthy lifestyle. People go to the gym before and after work, are seen on the tube wearing gym clothes and going on a five-day juice cleanse. Personally, I’m not a fan of working out. Unless it is playing a sport such as tennis of going swimming, I get […]

The Londoner Travels North

I’d like to think that Yarm, a small Town in the North East of England is my northern home in the UK. Every Londoner needs a getaway location, away from the craziness of the city to escape to every now and then, to enjoy the peace, tranquility and the beauty of the British countryside with family […]

Duck and Rice

This isn’t so much a restaurant review, rather a post dedicated to my experience at a new find of mine in Soho. Walking past this with my friend Anna, we had heard of it before, but weren’t sure the location of this recently opened, “Chinese Gastropub”, a combination of Asian and English traditions. In the heart […]

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

I have been looking forward to going to this exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, ever since it opened back in March, however, my travels in Italy only allowed me to visit this iconic exhibit a couple of weeks ago. The extraordinary, captivating exhibition is a must for anyone who appreciates the […]