The Cloud over Paris

   I know that there are so many possible posts and hashtags that could come with this, but sometimes there isn't much you can say or summarize. The picture may mean different things to many people, but I hope it can reflect the sadness and anguish over the saddening things happening in this world. This … Continue reading The Cloud over Paris

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

My January on Instagram

Since it seems that Instagram is the chosen medium for image self expression, and I forgot to post the January pictures at the end of January, which would have made logical sense... I want to post them now. However, since it seems that being late is not so fashionable any more, let's say that my … Continue reading My January on Instagram

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

London Day Trip: Morelli’s in Harrods

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