Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

What I saw at Milan Design Week 2012

Back from a wet Milan Design Week my experience was slightly tarred with the memory of feverish weekend following trudging in the rain – however these memories were combated with the delights of design week staples like; a visit to  iconic galley cum shop  Rosanna Orlandi, numerous exciting pop-up’s like an appearance from Paris’s famous […] Read more…

Weekend In Bath

This weekend I made a very special trip to historic Bath for my best friends hen party. I cannot believe I had never visited Bath before… It was like my soul-mate city. Home to Miss Austen for six years, everywhere I looked I felt her presence, in the rolling countrysides and church spires and yellow […] Read more…

Moon River Chattel

Could there be a more lyrical name for a store? I discovered this treasure today in Williamsburg on a strange kind of street common to Brooklyn I suppose – a contrast of ugly urban architecture prettified with boutique stores on a street that sloped down towards the industrial banks of the East River. Stocking a […] Read more…

NYC in Colour

Everyone says that London has some of the most beautiful old architecture in the world but as i’ve been walking the streets of New York this week I have noticed the most stunning colour combinations gracing the city’s warehouse style buildings. Rarely in London do I see buildings with complimentary aesthetics sitting side by side […] Read more…

Amour

Trade fair season has officially kicked off with Maison et Objet in Paris – the place to pick up a good dose of new-year inspiration for the newest and most exquisitely designed interior and home products from the world’s most innovative brands. I returned from Paris last night tired but happy after a wonderful stay […] Read more…

Happy, Happy

Happy New Year… I am still dreaming of magical days and balmy nights spent in Bombay over the holidays… one of my favourite Bombay based photographers Sheena’s emotive reportage perfectly captures the mood and charm of the thrumming city <3 Read more…

Hurricane

Back from our road trip, we ate piles of pancakes with bacon and maple syrup for breakfast in Boston, walked by the Charles River and browsed the Harvard Bookstore. We played on the hot sands of the Cape, ate generously sized lobster rolls, were chased by hurricanes and holed up in NY dive bars and […] Read more…

Summer of Magic

From left to right: Urban Ears Plattan headphones in Smoke £50, Urban Outfitters, Scrimshaw coasters, Thomas Paul £12.95, Supernice, Ray Ban Wayfarer Sungasses £140, Net A Porter,  New York, Edward Rutherford, £16 Amazon, Feather Charm Belt, £20, Urban Outfitters, Solid perfume, £20, Le Labo, Anthropologie, S, ailor tote bag $33, Banyan Hippo, Vintage Map Notebooks £10 […] Read more…

Notes from… Hamburg

Mr Kebab – tick Some of the best street art in the world – tick Great bar snacks – tick Apparently Hamburg’s official name is the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. I’ve had to look up ‘Hanseatic’ and I still don’t entirely understand what it means – something about trading. Anyway, that’s not important […] Read more…

Notes From…Edinburgh

This week I am here to tell you about one of my favourite cities. While I was writing this article I realised that I have been to Edinburgh five times. Each time, it has always been as a student or a first jobber with small means, but Edinburgh is a city for everyone. The first […] Read more…

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