Londoners didn't have to travel very far to get a taste of Africa on the 11th October, when the continent of all humanity came to one of the World's most famed squares - Trafalgar Square in central London. Africa On The Square was organised by the Mayor Of London for Black History Month. The event included... Continue Reading →
London paid tribute to Brazil yesterday with a magnificent fiesta that captured the spirit the South American FIFA World Cup host country. From noon till 7pm, within the perimeters of 23,000 m² which later expanded out into the rest of the capital - Brazil came to London in Trafalgar Square! Nelson's Column loomed high guarding Trafalgar Square, whilst behind... Continue Reading →
http://youtu.be/YCeXynJlvvI Very excited to be back behind the camera... And back in my heels (I guess I still have the model-in-me)! Look out for the full editorial fusing fashion with travel for Fuse Magazine - my first fashion editorial. I'm in Ghana later this week... Travelmakerkai is back! #SpotlightAfrica Designs by Harmattan. Suitcase: Tripp
Be transported to Congo through a visual dialogue of the country’s brutal past and hopeful future. This photographic exhibition is showing at the Rivington Place, Shoreditch, London. Also checkout upcoming events in relation to this exhibition listed at the end of this post.
This weekend I’ll be focusing on Congo with my blog posts! Stay posted and be sure to follow my student blog: http://www.theefedstudent.wordpress.com
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The poster itself hold no boundaries – and neither does the title. The grim reality of Congo’s tragic past and man’s interests in the animal closely linked to our ancient ancestors, is the face of ‘When Harmony Went to Hell’ exhibition showing at Rivington Place, London.
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I'm not in South Africa. In fact I've never visited (yet). My setting is distinctive and confirms I'm still in London; the traffic from Shaftesbury Avenue, the punters gathered at the pubs, the bright lights of a mainstream theatre on Cambridge circus. I'm in London's West-end to watch "Mother to Mother". A play set in... Continue Reading →
Most fairytales are set in a land far, far away... However in a modern tale of a Londoner, Paris is just a mere 2hr 15mins Eurostar ride to reach. I headed to the setting perfect for a modern-day love story... And the scene in which a modern-day Princess's fairytale ended in sorrow. I grew up... Continue Reading →
Across the English Channel lies a city said to be the 'most romantic in the world'. There you can get lost in an array of beautiful sights, sounds and tastes with your loved one... It's every girl's dream to fall in love, even a singleton's. So I took that journey across the channel to discover if... Continue Reading →
Memories of a summer which I gained so much from (outside the lecture room), fought so hard for (appealed against my university exam result-which I won!) and lost so little to... A wonderful summer. As if you haven't already noticed, autumn has well and truly crept in! The streets are paved not with gold, but... Continue Reading →
http://youtu.be/Tu6uk5YA15Q When I decided to volunteer in the Dominican Republic little did I know I would learn so much about Korean culture- of all things! A culture so different from my own however one I've grown to love and respect. I can't wait to get back to London and practise the few words I've learnt...... Continue Reading →
By now you've probably established I have a soft spot for this quaint traditional Piedmontese farm village called Rodallo. Neatly tucked away in the suburbs of Turin, in close proximity to neighbouring town Caluso. When my 'adopted' Rodallo family- Elvio and Esta, told me they were coming to London... Well, it was only right that... Continue Reading →