Little Bud Flower Love


“The language of flowers, sometimes called floriography, is a means of cryptological communication through the use or arrangement of flowers. … Armed with floral dictionaries, Victorians often exchanged small “talking bouquets”, called nosegays or tussie – mussies, which could be worn or carried as a fashion accessory.” (Wikipedia)

Young Londoners know a thing or two about nosegays, let me tell you. Continue reading

US Tour, Because, Why Not?


A visual account of my recent 3 – week trip to the States. Washington for the inauguration. Los Angeles for fun. Park City, Utah, for skiing. New York for friends and meetings. It was all very #glamthefuckup!
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Snaps around RAK City and Dubai



Have you ever wanted to go to Rack City? I’ve been to RAK city, and it’s not Las Vegas. It’s not someones private parts. No, it’s an emirate of the UAE, and it is nothing like Tyga’s music video, not even remotely! Don’t know if I should be disappointed or relieved. Continue reading

Time Travel in Paris

IMG_0257When a girl is tired of London, she gets on the train and goes to Paris. That’s right mes amies; I’m back in town!

When it comes to cars, I guess I can be a bit ignorant. Like: “What kind of car does he have?” “Ehh… a black one? With a number plate?”

However, there is one car that transcends the borders of reality (and time) enough to make even me go a bit car-crazy; a DeLorean. Continue reading

Sample Sale Rules

IMG_9865Sample Sale; a promise akin to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow – the Fashion Rainbow, that is. It is where you can score couture for humane prices, it is where ‘stress induced shopping fracture’ is applicable as well as Fashion FoMo. It is also a place where girls (myself included) are happy to stand in a room full of strangers wearing only a thong, because that £300 bikini is now down to £30, and in the world of Sample Sales, there’s not really room for fitting rooms. Who needs those anyway? We’re all here with a mutual goal – to score. A sample sale is also the place where the untrained shopper ends up buying loads of ugly designer shit that you never use, just because the markdown was so extreme. To avoid mistakes like that, here are some easy rules to follow:

1. Try to not get too stressed by the hectic vibe around you. The one I went to today Continue reading

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