Turning 30 – Celebrating At The Savoy 

This month was very special for me, not only is it my birthday month, it is a landmark birthday this year. This May I said farewell to my twenties and hello to a… Continue reading

The American Dream: Pop To The Present

Spring 2017 saw the arrival of one of the year’s biggest exhibitions at the British Museum in London. The American Dream: Pop To The Present, is the first art exhibition solely dedicated to… Continue reading

Mews Of Mayfair – Afternoon Tea

Owning a blog called Teacup Moment, it’s safe to assume that I love tea, and one of my favourite ways to take it is with champagne, miniature cakes and sandwiches. Earlier this month, a… Continue reading

Post Urban Glamour

Lhouette Art Exhibition At 45 Park Lane In London. Park Lane went pop at the beginning of February with the launch of the Post Urban Glamour exhibition by artist Lhouette at 45 Park… Continue reading

And All That Jazz

Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs Exhibition at the Fashion & Textiles Museum The 1920s is my absolute favourite style era. The height of glamour, sophistication and the first decade that was truly about… Continue reading

Sopwell House Spa Break

Mondays aren’t easy at the best of times and the cold, damp grey Autumn weather makes Mondays even harder. With that in mind, last week I decided to have an alternative to the… Continue reading

Les Demoiselles D’Avignon

Les Demoiselles D’Avignon, painted by Pablo Picasso over a hundred years ago, is considered as the most important painting of the twentieth century. But what is Les Demoiselles D’Avginon about and why is… Continue reading

Stylist Live 2016

Weekends were made for spending time with your girlfriends and these times were made even better with the pop-up Stylist Live event. Over four days, 13th-16th October, the Business Design Centre in London’s… Continue reading

Valley Of The Dolls – Book Review

Written in the 1960s and set in the 1940s, Valley of the Dolls follows the lives, careers and loves of three female protagonists over the years and subsequent decades. Three central characters Anne,… Continue reading

Madam Butterfly – London Coliseum

One of the highlights of my year so far is when I got tickets for my absolute favourite opera Madam Butterfly. Showing at the London Coliseum in Covent Garden, this was one of… Continue reading