Monthly Archives: October 2009
Fashion houses have created watches before but never quite like this. D&G’s time collection ranges from refined dress watches to contemporary, casual and more fashion forward pieces. These understated watches come in a variety of fresh colour ways in various different materials. Fashion aficionados have a choice of rubber strap, classic leather strap or stainless steel clasp and bracelet. D&G time pieces range in price and are available in chronograph and digital.
Today my favourite watch is Pampelonne the reason being is that it is so arrogant and bold. The attention to detail, stainless steel bezel and sophisticated roman numerals makes this watch the center of attention. You really would have to own this in order to appreciate how splendid this time piece is. If you find the clasp too loud the alternative version is available with a brown crocodile leather strap this should tone the watch down.
Beautiful, handmade, original and charming. What more can I say £2,500. Available online @ http://www.louisvuitton.com/uk/flash/index.jsp?direct1=home_entry_gb
A fitting tribute to the King of Pop, What more can I say, available now in a variety of colours and sizes for £75.00 @ http://www.dopechef.co.uk/productview.php?prod=2659
Simply brilliant is how I would describe salacious ebook of the moment Memoires of Rochelle Sket is so bad it is good, I really hope that it get’s picked up and the author’s work is published. There are several chapters that were so well written that it held my attention. I was literally ate each chapter. A major advantage of the memoires being uploaded to a blogspot is that you can access it on pc, mac as wel as on iphone and blackberry. The story tells itself, I have posted the link underneath so that you can experience the thrill of reading the diary.
Today I stumbled upon Cha Cha Moon in Queensway and was pleasantly surprised. The food was delicious, Staff were excellent and there was no desert on the menu. It is very rare that you can get an intimate and classy dinning experience away from prying eyes and spend under £20 on dinner for two in central London. I recommend this place to anyone who is into good food and wants a new experience. The atmosphere was great, I wanted to impress so I went native and used the chopsticks in order to show my date that I’m good with my hands. Singapore noodles and the prawn dumplings were amazing. Cha Cha Moon is Simple but fabulous.