Monthly Archives: May 2012
I’m going to stop you right there. I’m talking shoes – not whatever it was you were thinking. Five inch and up is the brain child – and platform (no pun intended) – of Finnish-born, London-based Sandra Hagelstam. Sandra likes high heels. … Continue reading
I was in Asia last week and despite a hectic work schedule, managed to see to the Hong Kong art fair – ART HK 12 – before it ended on Sunday. With a reputation for being more ’global’ than the bigger … Continue reading
How beautiful are these photos of the singer Bic Runga, who hails from New Zealand, by acclaimed Australian photographer Nirrimi Firebrace? We think they’re absolutely stunning.
This morning, while cyber lurking here and there, I stumbled upon Motilo’s post on the Cannes Film Festival and couldn’t help but share. There’s nothing quite like waking up to Brigette Bardot’s beach frolicking, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg’s beach … Continue reading
I’m in total agreement with photographer and cellist Nikolaj Lund. Traditional pictures of classical musicians are boring. I go to concerts at least once a week and on every visit I’m given a programme filled with virtuouso violinists (and others … Continue reading
Booze: um… Cigs: ? Carbs: ! Exercise: ?! Mantra: sigh… Reading Fifty Shades of Grey has rendered me speechless. So we’re going visual. This is a foot.
The only problem? Picking just one.
Italian brand Marni is one of my favourites. I’m a particular fan of their colourful accessories – and now I want one of these chairs sitting on my balcony too. They’re made by former prison inmates in Colombia as part … Continue reading
Two goliaths of the art world are currently on show at London’s Tate Modern: Yayoi Kusama, the prolific and troubled Japanese artist who found fame in New York in the 60s; and Damien Hirst, Brit Art’s formaldehyde-loving wunderkind. The Hirst gave me a … Continue reading