Tag Archives: London

London Fashion Week: The Highlights

So as you may be aware, it is all coming to a close at Somerset House as the fashion pack hastily relocates to cities sunnier (Milan), and the fashion shows of weeks to come. However for those of you who struggled to keep up, here are our highlights from London Fashion Week: Isa Arfen Whilst this designer […]

Matisse #1: Tate Modern Cut-Outs

The Tate Modern has a flair for creating public interest, an ability that now characterises the modern art world. Their highly publicised exhibitions become ‘must-see’s, and the buzz created around said artist spans all forms of media. This excitement is palpable upon entering the Cut-Outs exhibition. The crowded rooms are full of pushing and shoving […]

Art14: A Nordic Vision

A long overdue post about the Art14 which exhibited in London in March Walking around the global art exhibition Art14 in Kensington’s Olympia Grand, I felt my body was in shock, or undergoing some sort of sensory overload. Stepping through the doorway from the grey London sky it was if I had fallen into a […]

Because Sharing is Caring…

To quote my dad “I am surrounded by woman”, and he is; but equally so am I. With a small city apartment back home filled with many younger sisters and my student abode housing eight girls, my life is one big sorority. And I love it! Sleepovers, baking afternoons and the abundance of toiletries aside […]

Autumn Playlist

Asgeir – Kings and Cross I have to credit the discovery of Asgeir to my friend Trevs, who introduced me to him as the ‘Icelandic Bon Iver’. Intrigued, I youtubed. Delighted with the result, Kings and Cross has been playing on repeat in our kitchen ever since. And long may it continue. The 2 Bears […]

A Love Letter to the Planet

If anybody is in the vicinity of London in the next four days drop everything you are doing and head over to the Natural History Museum to catch the closing of Sebastiao Salgado’s latest exhibition, Genesis.  Salgado’s result of eight years of travelling to some of the remotest regions of the globe, is majestically displayed […]

Babs & Revs’ Book Club

So we all know that Richard and Judy may already monopolise this market, but you can’t blame us for trying right? And with summer coming up and the prospect of endless afternoons spent lounging in the sun clutching at a great novel for entertainment curled up on the sofa as rain spatters the window, what better time than […]