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Sign your name across your stilettos with Kurt Geiger
Posted by: Laurel (8/12/2016)

I'm a total sucker for a monogram - I collect mini Ls and brand my embossed initials on anything I can get away with - so imagine my sheer excitement ...
Festive Fun at Topshop
Posted by: Laurel (7/12/2016)

God bless good old Topshop for adding a little festive fizz to our Christmas countdown, with a trio of delightful treats and workshops taking place ov...
Fashion Find of the Week...
Posted by: Laurel (4/12/2016)

'Tis the season for jazzy party footwear and those clever bods at Russell & Bromley have most certainly come up with the goods this year. Sack off the...
Stocking Fillers from Smith & Cult
Posted by: Laurel (2/12/2016)

The gift of great nails is one that's not to be sniffed at and, following my discovery of these bad boys this time last year, Smith & Cult's new seaso...
No.6 Mortimer - Fitzrovia's New Gifting Emporium
Posted by: Laurel (1/12/2016)

I love most Christmas pop ups, but when some of the world's premier beauty brands come together to create a smorgasbord of festive gifting ideas under...
The Ultimate Party Dress?
Posted by: Laurel (1/12/2016)

I burn, I pine, I perish. If I should be so lucky that my numbers come up between now and my Christmas party on the 14th, this is what will be at t...
A Very Crabtree Christmas
Posted by: Laurel (29/11/2016)

Few do a festive scent quite like Crabtree & Evelyn and 2016 is no exception. Whilst I can still be found indulging in the crisp pine and moody spiced...
Ong Oaj Pairam Sample Sale
Posted by: Laurel (27/11/2016)

Ever fancied owning a slice of couture without the price tag? Well luckily, Brighton-based couture womenswear designer Ong Oaj Paraim is holding a sam...
A Little Jack Wills Wishlist...
Posted by: Laurel (25/11/2016)

Now I'm not sure if you noticed, but Jack Wills, that brand beloved of polo-loving, public school chalet girls has subtly been edging its way to a mor...
Hibernating at The Hari
Posted by: A Londoner Travels (20/11/2016)

Oh winter, you soul-destroying beast of a season. When storms are raging outside there’s really only one thing to do. Well actually there’s two; j...
Masks of Distinction
Posted by: Laurel (20/11/2016)

Sometimes (especially when the nights starting drawing in and the weather's tosh and you just can't be bothered to drag yourself out of the house) the...
Discover the Tale of Thomas Burberry
Posted by: Laurel (20/11/2016)

The battle of the Christmas ads is forever a fierce one, but for me there is only ever one winner. My favourite will always be 2014's epic From London...
Fashion Find of the Week...
Posted by: Laurel (20/11/2016)

Now, I'm not a fashion snob, some of my favourite pieces in the past have come from places others would turn their nose up at, but I admit I was total...
Beyond Retro's One Stop Christmas Shop
Posted by: Laurel (20/11/2016)

There's no denying that December social occasions call for a vastly different wardrobe to the rest of the year. I, personally, like to leave the house...
Playful and perky Pride and Prejudice at Richmond Theatre
Posted by: May B (16/11/2016)

With the book, TV series and film amongst my favourites, this was a must-see for me when it arrived in Richmond Theatre from the West End last night. ...
Festive Workshops at The London Edition
Posted by: Laurel (14/11/2016)

There's something about making Christmas presents that makes me feel all warm inside, which is why I'm slighty overexcited at the news that this weeke...

Posted by: London DogBlog (12/11/2016)

I’ve barely accepted that summer is over and Christmas is being thrust upon us. So you can imagine my surprise when I found that my local pet store ...
London Dog Blog - Poppy's Picnic raw pet food
Posted by: London DogBlog (1/11/2016)

Processed food is bad for humans. So it stands to reason that it’s also bad for pets. My dog Alfie (a long coat Chihuahua) has always been on a q...
“Wall writers the movie – Graffiti in its innocence” at Central Saint Martin’s UAL
Posted by: May B (1/11/2016)

Errol Donald, director of Mindspray, organised the only UK screening of this new film at Central Saint Martin’s last week. The audience was diverse ...
The Libertine – Great set, good cast but impenetrable (Theatre Royal Haymarket)
Posted by: May B (1/11/2016)

I rarely have to write a poor review. I don’t like doing it. And I usually find something of merit to comment upon. But I’m afraid I had to leave ...




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