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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