America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930’s

Ever wondered if there ever was a time before politics rules the lives of everyone and social media wasn't even around? Welcome to America in the 1930's, shown through the exhibition of selected artworks at the Burlington House.

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September: Art & Culture

The year does not truly start until September- the autumn leaves bring in new prospects and books, expositions, the beginnings of Doctor Who and that first cup of steaming tea when it's freezing outside. It's also the time for change- in particular for new starts, as it was for me, with leaving the metropolitan lifestyle behind and entering a slower pace in Durham where I can't get around on the Tube. The move to the countryside of dales and moors is in order- away from the smoky grey bustle of London.

Valentino: Butterflies in Paris

After a first few blurry photos posted up on Instagram showed me just how seriously Valentino took their embroidery this season, I quickly typed up my review based on those blurry images and a bit of help from Style.com up on my site. I have always been fascinated by fashion inspired by the art of … Continue reading Valentino: Butterflies in Paris

Warsaw Krolikarnia: Sara Lipska Art Exhibition

When I think of exhibitions, it takes me back to the earliest of my years- my parents, museum fanatics, created a world full of musty objects and derelict British country houses that I found quite alluring, especially on account of my taste in books at that time ,which were mainly Agatha Christie's and some works … Continue reading Warsaw Krolikarnia: Sara Lipska Art Exhibition

Kingston Day Trip

When it comes to recreational time, my idea is usually having a coffee. If I am not, the only reasons are usually because there is something stopping me- in this case, a group of swans. Since the incredibly haunting (and slightly nightmarish) Swan Lake, I have in a sense been obsessed with the feathered white … Continue reading Kingston Day Trip

Photography Course/ Resort Collection

Now, while the rest of you have (and have not) been enjoying their holidays, I am attending a photography course. After determining that the quality of my photos is rather crude, I decided to apply myself to photography in a bit more attentive way. Nothing is harder than creating adequate photos in thirty degrees Celsius... But, … Continue reading Photography Course/ Resort Collection

Guess One to Watch and Stylion

Through my work on Stylion and Sparkle, I have always hoped to achieve a certain recognition in my work- a way of showing that websites like mine are not just pretty pictures and short posts, but can become a true analysis of fashion itself, both on the catwalks and off them. So when companies like Guess create … Continue reading Guess One to Watch and Stylion