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Christmas Events

A Practical Christmas tree

Yes, I did put the tree up last Thursday, but what with managing my Christmas Pop up shop, running errands, and having a life, I am only just posting now. (Those of you who kindly read the last post would understand this statement). This year, I decided to go for Christmas decorations, that do more than just look pretty, because, come the 1st of January (or when ever it is, that you take your Christmas tree down)…

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Beauty Events

SMart

Any thing that will speed up my beauty routine, and still give me glowing skin is always welcome in my world. I lead a busy life, and really don’t have time, especially in the morning for more than a 2 step facial regime. But Alas, I live in busy London city, and whilst I love it, I struggle with the Hard water, pollution levels, and finding time for alot of TLC. Herald in the new Smart Clarisonic! …

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Events

Over at the Opera Awards

Back in April, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the International Opera Awards at the Savoy hotel in London. I had only ever experienced these kind of  events on television, however, I knew what the dress code was. Whilst I appreciated the beautiful couture and demi-couture dresses swanning around me, I was pleasantly surprised to find a few award winners breaking the mode. I particularly liked Es Devlin (winner of the set design awards) outfit.…

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Events Fashion

For the love of Stationery….

One of the things I enjoy about London, especially, when the weather starts to warm up – is the never ending celebrations of our numerous hobbies and indulgences. A few weeks ago, it was London Hat week, then we had National Record week, and now, it’s National Stationery week!! Hooray for me! Those who know me well, will be aware that I am a sucker for a notebook. I get pleasure from looking at them, buying them,…

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Events Fashion

Sabyasachi’s Juxtapositions’

I had the priviledge to see Sabyasachi’s showcase his collection for the first time in the UK, at the Guildhall in London. I relish his spin on the traditional Sari, and the mishmash, yet beautifully put together combo of East, West, military and vintage. Refreshing. http://www.sabyasachi.com/
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