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

The Original Pop Stars

Pop is probably one of the most well-known art movements in history; so well-known and widespread in fact that it has even become a photo filter. The key players were Andy Warhol, Roy… Continue reading

Marilyn: Legacy of a Legend

More than fifty years after the death of Marilyn Monroe we still can’t get enough of the original platinum blonde glamour girl. Now a new exhibition,’Legacy of a Legend’, dedicated to the life… Continue reading

The Botticelli Secret

Conspiracy, murder, myth and art are woven together in ‘The Botticelli Secret’ to unravel a five hundred year old art mystery. ‘The Botticelli Secret’ penned by Marina Fiorato is an historical mystery novel that… Continue reading

Botticelli Reimagined

One of the most celebrated artists in history, Sandro Botticelli, is an infamous name that immediately brings to mind two of the most famous paintings ever created; the ‘Primavera’ and ‘The Birth Of… Continue reading

Vogue 100: A Century Of Style

The couture is to die for, the photography is sublime – a stunning combination that becomes an art form in its own right. Celebrating a century of style, the latest photography exhibition at London’s… Continue reading

Wanderlust Hotel – Pam Glew

Check into the Wanderlust Hotel where the private lives of guests and workers are exposed in a series of bleach and dye textile artworks by British artist Pam Glew. I first came across Pam… Continue reading