Monthly Archives: May 2012
For Lent this year I gave up alcohol, processed sugar, dairy and anything with a smidge of gluten. It was a big ask, but my body was crying out for a change. I felt bloated and tired all the time. … Continue reading
Donna Ida – friend, compatriot and fashion business legend – is running a brilliant feature on her blog in the lead up to this weekend’s Queen’s Jubilee: What would you do if you were Liz for a day? She’s posed the … Continue reading
I’m not sure I really know what perfect means. I like things to be a little bruised. A little battered. A little used. I can give or take pristine and clean. Though I do appreciate minimalism. As long as it’s … Continue reading
As it’s only a matter of days before I perform a punishing annual pilgrimage to the mothership (AKA Sydney, Australia), I’m spending a few hours cribbing on Antipodean brands. There’s nothing worse, after all, than being at a party and … Continue reading
Love summer. Love knits. Here they are in Vogue Paris, all snug as a bug.
London’s burning. Sun’s a-scorching. I’m keeping it simple. Just like Kaitlyn. More style inspiration here and here. Image courtesy of Modern Legacy. Follow i am not a celebrity//twitter//facebook//bloglovin//tumblr//pinterest.
Who doesn’t love a bit of Portuguese prep seasoned with a hot male model? Way to go, Sacoor brothers.
I’ve fallen into Mel Kadel‘s world. Sweet. Sinister. Strange.
Last night I went to see the Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House. It was a double bill of two classics (Ballo Dello Regina and La Sylphide). To be honest, I much prefer the modern stuff (Carbon Life, anyone?), … Continue reading
I’m finishing off a book proposal, polishing a memoir and rewriting my novel this week. AKA I’m lost for words. The pics will have to speak for themselves.