The Beginning of Autumn in Notting Hill

I find that the easiest way to restore normality after a flight is to go out. So having just landed from Geneva to London, I whipped out my phone and made plans with my brother Andrew to visit leafy Notting Hill for a walk through the familiar pastel streets (and of course food;). Andrew is a great companion because he shares my love for exploring and also because he has exceptional carrying tolerance so I can buy all the food…

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Frescobaldi London: Mayfair’s Favourite Hidden Gem

No lunch conversation with my friends about London’s best restaurants goes without mentioning Frescobaldi. Somehow, Chiltern regular that I am, I’d never dined there (much to the disappointment of my friends, who always exclaimed at this: “but you haaave to!”. So as soon as I arrived in London from Dubai, Frescobaldi was on my mind. Luckily, I only had to wait a day before I got the time to visit, with my fellow truffle-loving friend Elizabeth, who is a fan…

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Cosy Christmas Brunch in Notting Hill

I can’t think of a more cosy Christmas brunch than spent sitting beside a fire, surrounded by Christmas trees, with festive music playing in the background, and penguins. While I can’t promise you guys penguins :(( I found the perfect place in Notting Hill which will tick all the other boxes! Beach Blanket¬†Babylon. This unusually named place looks so unassuming from the outside, with its pretty but simple white exterior, that you might have walked past it many times before,…

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J. W ANDERSON IN KIEL

This brand is a first for me, but I feel like it won’t be the last :)) For those of you who don’t know, the face behind the name is Jonathan Anderson, a Northern Irish designer who started J.W Anderson back in 2008. His label is now famous for their adorable and unique pierce bags, which I love for their eye-catching design and quality. Kiel was rainy today so I decided to take along the Cerulean Blue I’d bought from…

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