“Cinema is the most beautiful fraud in the world.” Jean-Luc Godard You probably all know by now of my love for the silver screen. There’s not a week that goes by when I don’t go to the movies. This feeling you get when the adverts and the trailers are finished and the movie is about … More What to see at the cinema right now
What other fabric can look more luxurious, alluring and yet seriously rock’n’rollesque at the same time? My recent trip to Paris reminded me of how obsessed I was with leather at the moment, and because I truly believe that leather can be worn for all occasions AND is perfect for Fall, I’m dedicating this article … More Did someone say leather?
On Thursday night, National Theatre Live was screening the acclaimed new Barbican production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, live to cinemas around the country (87% of the UK cinemas were screening it) and around the world. Just as a reminder, this production of Hamlet ran 80 sold-out performances at the Barbican, making it the fastest-selling show in … More To Be or Not To Be the Triumph of Cumberbatch
Once, there was a young Jewish boy called Felix who lived in an orphanage in Poland. He strongly believed that his parents, both booksellers, had left him there in order to go and find some famous writers and fabulous books for their business, but surely they should be back for him soon enough now. Once, … More Once, I read this book…
When I met my other half a couple of years ago, I told him of my cape fetishism and he said in a rather insensitive, no-room-for-argument tone: “This is not a cape. It’s a poncho. Capes are for superheroes.” After this political incident, I quickly saw that he would not be making this mistake again: … More Oh my… Cape!
48 hours in Paris: little time before me and a lot to see. Challenge accepted! I was actually invited to join my aunt and my cousin from New York, another aunt from Valence and my mum and sister from Lyon for a weekend as my aunt and cousin from the Big Apple work in fashion … More 48 Hours in Paris