Life in the fab lane isn’t easy. All this styling, blogging, MUAstry and pondering life’s big problems such as which film is better, Devil wears Prada or Zoolander makes your girl yearn for a break and the Indian summer we are having is intensifying the feeling. Usually around this time of the year, my SAD symptoms start to kick in, seeing so much sun just makes me think sunbathing, water sports, chilling and escaping.
Pilar Corias gallery is a new but very well known gallery in the heart of London. The gallery on its own has three different spaces and artists from all over the world are exhibiting each month their pieces there. The months of September and October it has the very special exhibition of the known artist Ulla Von Brandenburg.
The heaters in my house have already been set to automatically turn on at night so that we don’t get ice cubes for toes at 4 in the morning. As they automatically shut down between 12 and 1pm my sleep is disrupted by the intense heat from the sunshine, goose feather quilt and obviously the heaters. I don’t have a day job just yet but I do model freelance and after a long day of being in hair and makeup I do enjoy sleeping in. The fluctuating temperature really gets on my last nerve as we’re not in summer neither winter therefore its “swinter”.
Love September, when fresh air and a new leather jacket remind changes. I have always been told, all of them, begin from our hair. Honestly, I can't understand the reason but seems to be true. Meet Verrengia Maxi, young and talented Toni & Guy hair stylist at the London Fashion Week who showed me all the new trends for the season.
Streets Magazine is a new magazine that is fresh, unique and very different from the other fashion commercial magazines. Every piece was selected from a great team of stylists and editors and created an amazing concept. It has a mix of fashion, art, urban and subcultural aesthetics with high end look. The designers, stylists and editors took the movement of music, arts and street style as an inspiration and in this first issue everyone can see what London is all about.