Ever wondered what it’s like to live in Canary Wharf? There’s something so fascinating about London’s famous business district – suits and skyscrapers, but also modern art, museums, shopping and top-notch restaurants. Canary Wharf station is a swift nine-minute journey from Stratford or Waterloo on the Jubilee line. If the weather’s good, hop on the Clipper or take the DLR for a…
Every woman needs a classic, smart suit in her wardrobe regardless of her job. A suit is a lifetime investment which takes a lot of consideration, no wonder online shopping can seem like a daunting experience. I recommend trying on a variety of different styles and brands before making a purchase. Even if your mother, or the sales woman, or whoever you’ve gone shopping with says it fits well.
Choosing a new car can sometimes be a struggle. Just like your wardrobe, a car can be seen as a way of expressing your personality and nevertheless your style. Of course, there are the practical considerations such as engine capacity, fuel economy, boot space and how many seats, but the overall design of the car is really what makes us, fashionistas, want to buy.
I don't know about you, but I'm not the type of person who wakes up smiling early in the morning, eager to start working. Crawling out of my comfortable bed is definitely not an easy task, but luckily I found a few ways to make my mornings brighter and easier to tackle.
Want to take a dip in the beautiful outdoors of the French capital? The iconic Molitor was once the most famous swimming pools in Paris, until it closed in 1989 and spent the next 20 years escaping demolition.
London Fashion Week is without any doubt exciting and super fun, but I guess people often forget the amount of work that goes behind it, the lack of sleep and the implicit expectation to look my best even when I'm not exactly fresh as a daisy.
Every once in a while a new technology product launches and utterly blows my mind, so the minute I heard about the partnership between Samsung Serif TV and London Fashion Week, one thing came to mind: innovation.
There's nothing I love more than a trip to Paris and although my recent adventure with Who's Next & Premiere Classe was quite short (72 hours to be exact), I was very excited to be back in the French capital.
With Autumn creeping upon us and the final Bank Holiday before Christmas over, it's time to wave goodbye to Summer. Many of us are now returning to work with huge holiday blues, trying to slip back into the everyday routine. But do you know what makes me happy now that September is finally here? A new wardrobe, of course!