Apologies for the radio silence… Been so busy synchronising our swimming we haven’t had time to blog. Hope you’re having a wonderful summer…
I’m not sure if it’s the resemblance that is frightening about this pic, or something else I can’t put my finger on
There’s a story doing the rounds of the London media about how, at Philip Green’s party on some exotic island recently, Gwyneth Paltrow was quietly jogging down…
Jonathan Clark Fine Art is a lovely little gallery on Park Walk in Chelsea. I often walk past on my way to work and they have some wonderful pictures in the window. The latest exhibition is a collection of work for sale from the estate of Ivon Hitchens, whose fabulous abstract landscapes shaped the landscape of British Modernism in the first half of the 20th Century. Having fallen in love with the above picture, Deck Chairs, c.1935, I then discovered that my granny had a few Hitchens paintings, and sold them years ago. So, even more impetus to sell more shoes and buy one for myself.
The sun is finally out in London, and life automatically becomes 20% better. Thoughts turn to our holibobs, and we look to Grace for classic beach beauty.
When in doubt, pile it on.
It was with a quiver of delight that we discovered that our old friend and Vogue mentor, Karla Martinez (now Market & Accessories Director at W Magazine), has, with Cecilia de Sola, created Piamita: a brand that has finessed the art of wearable, must-have essentials, of which every self-respecting girl needs to own a plethora. These words are often over-used, but if we had to entrust someone other than ourselves to create a new wardrobe for us from scratch, we can’t really imagine two girls more qualified to do so. Both Karla and Cecilia’s experience in the fashion and luxury industries are pretty sensational. You can start your own Piamita collection on Net-A-Porter.
I love the Fleet Foxes
This Lulu Frost necklace will brighten up all t-shirts even when they’re not neon.