I love you mum! Gift set from Happy Socks for Mother’s Day – It was so much fun taking these pictures with little princess Sienna and her beautiful mum! Loving Happy Socks!! It’s a Easter egg hunt matter! Gift … Continue reading Mother’s Day and Easter with Happy Socks!
After two and a half years of living in East London, I certainly have a list of favourites restaurants, cafes and pubs where I love to go. Hackney has plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink. What I … Continue reading My guide to eating in Hackney – Part 1
There’s nothing better than getting lost in Brick Lane and discover wall after wall the best of East London graffiti art. Hackney – Brick Lane – Est London Featured artists: James Bullough | Louis Masai | Jim Vision | James Cochran Continue reading Graffiti art from Brick Lane – Hackney
How to style Jelly Boot. Dalston – London Continue reading Purple rain
Far from the chaotic streets of central London, Hackney Wick is the perfect place to enjoy the East End vibe and relax. A must have is the Artisanal beer and the crunchy pizza from Crate Brewery, just by Regents Canal. … Continue reading Hackney Wick: London’s pulse
The Louis Vuitton Series 3 Exhibition was for me about the evolution of a monogram and a marketing experience. Among all the fashion exhibitions I saw, the Louis Vuitton one had something different. I didn’t book any guided tour so what I … Continue reading LV Series 3
Even if the barbecue season is officially over, there’s still a lot to do in this wonderful city. Something I particularly love about London is the opportunity to visit free galleries and museum. I recently went to the White Cube gallery in Bermondsey … Continue reading The White Cube
I’ve been working in the fashion industry for quite a few years now but I’m experiencing, for the first time, meetings with PR agencies and events related to London Fashion Week (LFW). Participating in the fashion carousel was not the … Continue reading About fashion, a ricebox and Bridget Jones.
I wait impatiently the whole year for August to arrive. The most bitter-sweet month. I can’t wait for it but at the same time I don’t want it to arrive. August means heat; lying in the sun having naps and … Continue reading About 08 and AnotherEight
For those of you in love with vintage and looking for that special piece to add to your wardrobe, I recommend the East London Vintage Fair! The event takes place at the Clapton Round Chapel: a real queen of Hackney. … Continue reading East London Vintage Fair
I’m pretty new in town and this means I had to start from zero. New job, new friends, new lifestyle, new everything. I left behind all my interests and the people I was sharing them with and it was such … Continue reading It’s all about sharing your idea – 1n1 project
Simplify. When things around you get chaotic. When too many thoughts populate your mind. When a mountain of belongings impedes your take off. Just simplify. Peel off what makes you feel stuck, what makes you feel uncomfortable. Open your fresh … Continue reading No panic.
London is my little American dream. After a few years of struggle in terms of self-belief and a lack of good opportunities, I decided to make a change. A big change.It’s never easy to move from your country of origin … Continue reading The risk
When summer is approaching in London you better be prepared to enjoy every single minute of it because it might last 2 days, a week or a few hours! It’s a fantastic and rare feeling over here when a warm … Continue reading A warm wind
It was one of those Friday nights where the only thing I was looking for was a good local restaurant, close enough to get there by walking on 15cm wedge sandals and not killing myself on the way. Dalston is full … Continue reading The perfect Mess
Summers in London are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get. No. This is a lie. Summers in London are more like a bag of gummy bears. In terms of temperatures, I don’t feel much … Continue reading Gummy bears
Before moving to London all I could associate to this city were: the fascinating Royal Family (admittedly, I was overly excited to be in the country of Her Majesty, it’s something pretty cool and new to me, as where … Continue reading When you meet the unexpected