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.
The September issues give the fashion world some time to step away from topical issues, political events and awards ceremonies usually interspersed among the issues running up to the main fashion issue. The majority of fashion brands this year moved on from the 60's inspiration onto the 70's, with browns reigning supreme. Remember my review … Continue reading The Key ‘September Issue’ Trend: Embroidery
Every time the New Year heralds the first sign of spring (which happened to be last Sunday in London) my inner composed self stops thinking. Maybe its the fresh air -after being shut in with Diptyque candles poring over books the whole winter, I cannot go even one year without a complete mental style revamp- … Continue reading New Year: Fitness Goals
After what felt like months of planning, boxing and moving, I have managed to remove all of my little boxes and my whole shoe collection from the modern flat in Warsaw to a charming Victorian semi detached house only a train ride from my city of dreams- London. I even have a couple of glazed … Continue reading First Collection by Sophia Webster in London
The thing with visiting other places is that you can never truly alienate yourself from the people around you. Travel is a means of escape from what you already know into something more exciting, new. But the truth is that being around people who you know are always the same is much more comforting than … Continue reading My First Trip to Tokyo
For those of you who follow me regularly, you might only know me as Stylion. What I can say is that Stylion is not exactly where my blogging started and that my previous attempts in Blogger were far less successful than they were here. Yet it might interest some of you to see what I was writing … Continue reading First Blogging Memories
Rolling through these rainy London days (yes, I am currently residing in London for my summer holiday) is one of the most enjoyable ways of spending an afternoon. Especially while doing so in the Egyptian, studded rooms of Harrods. Nothing out of the ordinary, for sure... For me, Harrods is a clash of cultures- a … Continue reading London Day Trip: Morelli’s in Harrods