Travel  My sister and I were craving a Copenhagen fix last month, so last weekend that’s exactly where I found myself – we don’t mess around. What we love so much about Copenhagen is that you can walk or cycle so much of it, which means we were able to squeeze a lot into three days. We were blessed with sun all weekend – thank you very much Mr…

Colour Inspiration

Tenuous from Homage to the Square: Ten Works by Josef Albers, 1962 Image from Pinterest.

Richard Serra @ The Gagosian

Art I was tipped off by an artist friend about the Richard Serra exhibition at The Gagosian Gallery on Britannia Street. Now it’s my turn to tip ya’ll off: the exhibition ends on the 4th of March, so get yourselves down there PDQ (that’s Pretty Darned Quick). I also took my new ‘do into the outside world for the first time. Wearing: J.Crew shirt, Jeans and Bailey hat, &…


Jeff Koons Photographed by Martin Schoeller for Vanity Fair France, 2014. Image via Pinterest.


Art I visited the Saatchi gallery on Friday to see their new Pop Art exhibit. It included works by artists such as Jeff Koons, Ai Weiwei, Tom Sachs and so many others. It wasn’t what you would expect from the a standard pop art exhibit – yes, think colourful and think graphic – but this exhibit brings together works by artists from China, the Former Soviet…


Bridget Riley, Nataraja, 1993. Photograph from Tate


Discovered while shopping: artist Morag Myerscough‘s temporary storefront for J.Crew’s new shop in Marylebone. Grey cashmere jumper from & Other Stories

Frukost med Styleby

Breakfast  This mornings breakfast was accompanied by the latest issue of Elin Kling’s Styleby magazine that I picked up whilst in Stockholm this weekend as well as some of the postcards I bought from the Horst exhibit at the V&A yesterday.

All Hallows’ Eve

My own take on Dutch masters still life – pumpkins and Halloween appropriate beer. That seems about right, plus the inordinate amount of chocolate I will later consume. Flowers from The Fresh Flower Company, SE22.


Dutch Masters. Rachel Ruysch (1664-1670), Flowers In A Glass Vase, 1704. Photo: Pinterest