“Of course, I knew that Turner was around here, but I never dreamt that there was a hidden gem like this.”
Even the big beasts are here as Bailey prowls around the pavilion galleries glowering at the framed prints on the walls showing his disdain or approval.
Posh Spice is finally coming home, move over Burberry. Victoria Beckham will be the cynosure of the fashion front-row eyes when she unveils her Spring/Summer collection at LFW’s autumn 2018 shows.
Knife Arches, Super Recognisers, Bird-nest CCTV, ANPR, and other forms of covert technology make the Notting Hill Carnival a criminal’s worst nightmare.
Jacques-Henri Lartigue brings so much pleasure to all who encounter his sublime pictures of the Belle Époque. Who does not fall in love with the timeless elegance of René Perle? Who can fail to be seduced by the parade of beautiful cars and wonderful scenery that was the backdrop to his privileged early life?
Meghan’s wax figure which took six months to make at the entertainment company’s Acton studios in west London, wears a green P.A.R.O.S.H. dress like the one Markle wore on TV during her engagement interview with fiance Harry.
William Klein knew how to have fun with his models taking the dreariness out of striking repetitive poses. He makes Dorothy juggle imaginary balls; shoot from the hip; blow white smoke rings; put on a pretend coat; calculate imaginary sums and other role plays.
BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today Programme has captured the nation’s attention for six decades. Ever wondered what its presenters get up to when they are not reading the news or grilling the nation’s politicians?
Muna Khogali’s Book and Kitchen finally closed its doors in Notting Hill’s All Saints Road on 7 October after over four years of trading. Yet another demise of a well-conceived independent bookshop, cafe and events space. Bibliophiles across west London had rejoiced at its inception. Finally, a place where you could browse through your favourite tomes and indulge in a cake or two. The concept had been the fruition of a life-long dream for Khogali, who had longed for a place that looked less of a bookshop but more of a wander into your study within the close proximity of a nibble or two. Almost an anti-bookshop where books were showcased in an informal setting alongside the motto “combining the literary with culinary”. It opened to rave reviews and it was easy to see why. A well-curated booklist covering the arts, design, fashion, fiction and non-fiction housed in a airy and immaculate building. It also hosted literary evenings, supper clubs, music nights and book signings. Khogali signed off in an email to customers: “Book and …
Frieze is not just about the art. It is about fashion. The VIP parties. The small talk. And oh, the eye-popping prices.