Last week I got my hands on the new Michael Kors Access watch ★ I thought it would be cool to shoot it around town on my last day in London (any excuse to do all the things I love, AKA galleries, dumplings, croissants and ALL the coffee). I filmed the below video from my perspective while we shot around town, take a peek ↓↓↓↓↓ DISCLOSURE: This watch is smart and like me you may end up talking to it more than your BF (or any other human in your life for that matter). Stills shot by
No stay in Paris is complete without a few cheesy Eiffel tower shots <3 Plus Here are a few of my favourite spots round town so far… For yummy dinner with organic wine make a booking at Au Passage in the 11th, offset the carbs the next day with healthy snacks and smoothies at Wild & the Moon in the 3rd, then have a lunch time fallafel at L’As du Fallafel on Rue Des Rosiers, followed by an afternoon crepe at La Droguerie (my pick is the sucre citron)! For vintage shopping my
Back at Musée Rodin (2nd time in a week)… Wearing the slinkiest pants by sweet Sydney designer Celeste Tesoriero! …I’m not usually a fan of pants, jeans I can do but the rest of the time you’ll find me in skirts. But I’m kinda coming around to the idea of less tailored styles which swish as I walk. I’m wearing: Sonia Rykiel top, Celeste Tesoriero pants, Vintage bag, earrings from Etsy, Chloe shoes SOURCE: Chloe Chill - Read entire story here.
Last week I got to do something I’ve literally wanted to do since I had my first sip of Champagne… I got to jump in car, drive 50 minutes from Paris to the beautiful Champagne region of France, to visit the most prominent Champagne house in the world. Moët & Chandon! On Champagne Avenue (I kid you not, that’s the actual name of the street Moët are based on) is the original Moët family home. And underground is a casual 28km of cellars! Check out my travel snaps below…
Summer colours on a hotttt day in Shoreditch last month. Right after I decided a lunch of spicy curry at Dishoom would be a smart thing to consume to cool me down. Lol. I’m wearing: Vintage dress, Poppy Lissiman sunglasses, Reliquia earrings, Deadly Ponies bag, Chloe shoes SOURCE: Chloe Chill - Read entire story here.
As mentioned in the last post, Michael and I took the honeymoon that we had never had a few days ago at Windjammer Landing in St. Lucia and it surpassed even our already high expectations… We took mental photos. … and stayed at a jaw dropping villa built into the hillside. We spent most of our time in our outdoor patio, dipping into the pool overlooking the ocean. I never write fairy tale like sentences like this, but living in Queens and having grown up in North London, the
Blue on blue on blue in Stockholm. Funnily enough mixing an Aussie pair of jeans with a shirt from cute Swedish brand & Other Stories. If you’re from Europe or the USA I’m sure you’ll be familiar with this sweet label… for those Kiwi’s and Aussie’s lagging behind you must check it out next time you’re over <3 I’m wearing: & Other Stories top, Res Denim jeans, Nina Ricci heart necklace, Reliquia Jewellery star sign pendant &
Walk the French Quarter Check out the incredible homes on Esplanade avenue Pay attention to the flowers, they are as tropical as what you would get in the Caribbean. I have a thing about shutters and was mesmerized by the hundreds of color combinations I mostly wore dresses while there. You can shop these sandals below and get more info on where I found this Cult Gaia bag in stock in New Orleans on my YouTube video. On our way to New Orleans jazz fest. We saw Stevie Wonder who was
Describe your perfect weekend getaway. A time to relax, eat some delicious food (dessert included), read a book, get a massage, spend some time in the beautiful outdoors, but also time indoors catching up on some much needed sleep. I recently spent a weekend at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona, and it was all that and much more. From morning breakfast (both in bed and outside on the patio) to a Swedish massage (vacation isn’t complete without a good massage)
Undoubtedly, the most enriching part of my disparate portfolio of work is the degree to which I travel to far-flung corners of the Earth that I would never have visited but for a client wanting a particular shot of a particular building at a particular time of year, or their leather factory being nestled in the depths of a gloriously different world where people are kind and happy and have no locks on their doors. Even so, I’ve caught myself in the unbecoming habit of lamenting the woes of
In an awkward half hour gap between two meetings in Paris some weeks ago, I found myself in a back corner of a bookstore tumbling down a black hole of Mark Greif’s Essays Against Everything, which all too conveniently jigsawed into my current stance on the industry, the world, et cetera. Of course, I was then late and flustered for my meeting. Fortunately, critique of leftist critical theory was a sufficiently strange excuse. Try it some time. You’ll get away with murder. Walking