For the first time in history, British Vogue archive images are now available as art prints. With works dating back to the Forties, Fifties and Sixties, taken by photographers including Cecil Beaton and Henry Clarke, the collection includes 60 images, with additional works to be added at later dates.
To a foreigner, the whole royal thing can at times seem a tad bit… erm… uhm.. outdated. Why would anyone, especially in times of the Arab Spring, egalitarism and equality (at least in front of the law), expect to be born into power over other people? And why would anyone accept a state leader that […]
We are still living on a bloody building site. People keep asking me what the timeframe was on our project. Cue hysterical crying fit. Our builders were supposed to be finished about five weeks ago. That would have been two weeks after our initial deadline. Right now, the team seems to have gone MIA, despite […]
Have a seat. Put your feet up. Mind the cable above your head.
For someone who has blogged for more than three years now, I am positively unexcited by anything new in social media. Of course, I love the immediateness of Twitter and keeping in touch with people on Facebook – I even post the occasional thing on Google+. But nothing had the potential to really rock my […]
Admittedly, the interior was ghastly, and I have been pretty convinced that it couldn’t look worse, but apparently it can. Let me give you a tour:
Two weeks without broadband* may leave you feeling a little unsettled – especially as a blogger – but it also gives you a bit of a break from constantly being online. In fact, I found my evenings to be much more relaxing now that I stopped balancing my MacBook on my lap whilst having a […]
Remember that I said I wanted to take it slow? Well, to tell it in twitter speak: #massivefail. I am not complaining, no, it’s all good. Life is happening at a fast pace and I am filling my plate with a soup ladle. Quite suddenly and a bit unexpected, I found myself having a bout […]