This week I finally got chance to visit Tim Walker’s incredible exhibition at Somerset House. I am not sure what took me so long, but after I couldn’t make the press preview I kind of just kept forgetting but with the exhibition coming to an end this weekend I just couldn’t let it end without looking around. Tim Walker, famous for his incredible Mulberry campaigns, is much more than just a photographer, this creative-but-tiny exhibit really shows off the lengths he goes to in his shoots with the use of gorgeous and generally oversized props. Everything from giant bugs, skeletons,
Last week, or maybe it was the week before, seriously time flies when you are having fun, I went to Somerset House not to attend a fashion show, a press day, or even take in an exhibition but to check out their ice rink with my pals Sherin, Marin and Kathryn *check us all out below – HOT!!!* just to have some fun. I am a sucker for ice skating, I don’t know why I think it is because it reminds me of Christmas, and I love that there are so many rinks dotted across London and the rest of the country until the end
Last week I went to a preview of the Valentino: Master of Couture exhibition at Somerset House, and if you have already been to see the amazing exhibition I am sorry it took me so long to post. I have been debating whether or not to post as I couldn’t take my own images, and I have to be honest the ones provided are just a little blah and don’t show off this fantastic exhibition as I would have liked. This is the first time I have been to an exhibition at Somerset House, which is strange really as I spend
Today it may have been raining, lots, and I might have been running around to lots of press days, but the sun did shine on Somerset House for me to check out the amazing Out of Synch installation by Fernando Casasempere featuring more than 10,000 ceramic daffodils. Totally amazing and the perfect backdrop for such a gorgeous display signally the beginning of spring. Be quick the display isn’t on long, come the end of the month they will all be gone.
A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to enjoy a special preview of the new exhibition at Somerset House, Masters of Style: Celebrating The Stories Behind Italian Fashion, with the legend that is Colin McDowell who was completely lovely and has done a great job as curator of this fab exhibit. The photographic exhibition, sponsored by Peroni Nastro Azzurro brings together the archives of six Italian fashion houses, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Missoni and Prada, to celebrate the passion, flair and creativity of Italian style, and I just loved it. What I loved most about this exhibition