The entire Beckham tribe was out along side Anna Wintour for L.A’s Burberry fashion show. Check out the photos below from and the clip of Burberry London.


R.I.P Peaches Geldoff


As with any celebrities sudden and unexpected exit from this world and life time it comes as more of a surprise and shock that it was Peaches Geldoff’s time to depart. Usually a huge signalling factor of any celebrities death is ruthless press attention documenting their every move and splashing their troubled existence all over the front pages of the press. But Peaches Geldoff seems to have had a less extreme twist of faith. Peaches at just ages 25, had appeared to have given up her party life style to settle into family life with her two young boys one of which sadly will only turn one year old in the coming months.  It comes very unexpected as there was no tell tale signs, no spiralling out of control.

As stated by her father “We are beyond pain,” said her father, confirming her death. “She was the wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and the most bonkers of all of us.” This from a man that seems to be the master of dealing with tremendous pain while the spotlight is on him.

The sudden death of another beautiful and young woman Paula Yates, Peaches mother was a previous blow to the family. Peaches was only 11 when her mother died and she has said that having her own kids has helped her to deal with her mothers death.  Not forgetting the death of Michael Hutchence whom fathered Peaches step sister with her mother Paula Yates and whom Bob Geldoff has adopted as his own. All beautiful yet tormented people. The strength of Bob Geldoff in dealing with such tragedies while continuing to take care of his remaining family is certainly admirable and my thoughts are with him.

Peaches seemed to be a kind and vivacious character, a loving mother, a caring daughter and talented writer and TV personality/presenter. I hope there will be no more deaths of such great people for a long time to come.

Above is Peaches at a Sass & Bibe fashion show just being herself and enjoying life. R.I.P.

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Check out this half eaten (I couldn’t resist) red velvet cupcake from London Soho’s Hummingbird Bakery. They make the most delicious cupcakes I have tried in a while and their coffee is great too! If you are in London town browsing around or splashing the cash, I suggest you pop in here for a pit stop and some much deserved R&R. It really is a fancy feast and the staff there are so nice. Do it. You know you want to 😉




Egyptian Magic Cream has built up a cult status with a host of celebrity fans who swear by the healing, miracle powers of this multi purpose skin cream. Made with a unique blend of healing bee ingredients including propolis, honey and royal jelly and a little divine love!  Use as a cleanser, eye makeup remover, as a remedy for eczema and psoriasis, to nourish dry skin, as a lip balm, on insect bites, to help prevent stretch marks, wrinkles and reduce the appearance of scars, as a massage balm or even as a hair pomade…the possibilities are endless.”The skin cream used by most of the makeup artists during London’s Fashion Week comes with a mysterious name.  It’s called Egyptian Magic, and many of the top makeup artists have found it so effective, they don’t want to let it go.  They depend on it during fashion shows because they can use it in so many ways….Madonna and Kate Hudson love it.” ELLE Magazine




I just love Tom Ford he really seems to be a cool guy. I remember watching a documentary with him and he totally understands the reality of life as apposed to being the ultimate consumer/designer and knowing little else. He has great intelligence and sophistication. I would truly love to have a long conversation with him. When asked who would you have around a dinner table I would say Tom Ford. Here is his collection for Autumn/Winter 2013.



I like a bit of unique styling and people brave enough to wear these creations down the street. You probably will see some high flyers doing just that at London’s Fashion Week. These amazing designs are by none other than Peter Pilotto. Peters crazy creations span from his background of half-Austrian, half-Italian, coming form such a colourful background I think helps gives his vision zest. His intention: womenswear embraces both new and classic perspectives on elegance. Otherworldly prints combine with soft, sculptural shapes. I think these outfits would look awesome at a festival 🙂