HOW TO BUILD A LUXURY FRAGRANCE WARDROBE | AD

Sniph luxury perfume service Most of us have already heard of a ‘fragrance wardrobe’, which in case you haven’t, essentially means a selection of scents for different occasions. Just as you would an outfit. The problem beauty lovers face is that there are really only three mainstream options: either you slowly collect fragrances, which take months if not years to…
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CAN SOCIAL MEDIA EVER BE ‘FAIR’?

Is social media fair and is that even a sensible question? It seems that anyone that pays any attention to Instagram comes face to face with the question of how much is ‘fair’ in social media. As a new industry that is disrupting many others like fashion, advertising and travel to name a few, it’s hard to gauge how to…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: HIDE ABOVE

When I think of Green Park it’s either non-Londoners desperately seeking a night out in the West End in platform heels, or the likes of The Ritz. Let’s be honest, there’s not very much in between. So what a choice of location this is for Hide, the new and much-awaited venture by Chef Ollie Dabbous, in partnership with Hedonism Wines.…
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LONG LIVE CHAMPAGNE

There’s no denying that Champagne is a true classic and when it comes to millennial trends, this is particularly interesting one to watch. There are the likes of prosecco (also jokingly known as the ‘P’ word in the French region), English sparkling wine, not to mention other categories popular with millennials, such as craft beer and gin, where does a…
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GETTING READY FOR THE COLD | AD

  As autumn creeps up on us, it’s time to get our transition wardrobes ready and invest in classic pieces this season that are going to carry through to winter wear – think jewel toned pieces, accessories in rich materials like velvet and glossy leather and one of my favourite trends, retro vibes. I’m wearing two dresses from Traffic People,…
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WHY THERE’S A LACK OF DIVERSITY IN TRAVEL

Social media is receptive to a lot of things but it seems that there’s a lack of diversity in travel – in opinion and aesthetic – and there’s little demand for much needed change. Recently, I took part in a panel discussion at Expedia, discussing the quote “if prejudice was a disease, travel is the cure”. It got me thinking…
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