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Petrus (for the most divine tasting and wine pairing menu)

Clos Maggiore (for romance)

Umu (for Japan in the Royal Borough)

Park Chinois (for the duck de chine)

Casa Cruz (for spice)

Quaglino's (for the champagne cocktails)

Locanda Locatelli (for La Dolce Vita)

Wild Honey (for contemporary elegance)

Scotts (for the most sumptuous oysters)

I love this city. Let these inspirations be my love letter. And I, your Love.

Rest Exhibitions

I'm true aesthete at heart... set my heart racing outside of the bedroom with a walk through an exhibition and hear me sing a song of enthusiasm as I walk from picture to picture.


Ars longa vita brevis // art is long, life is short


British highlights...

Charles I: King and Collector, Royal Academy of Arts (ends April)

Andreas Gursky, Hayward Gallery, London (ends April)

STILL LIFE: Tacita Dean, National Gallery, (March - May)

All Too Human: Bacon, Freud & Life, Tate Britain (ends August)

Modigliani, Tate Modern, (ends April)

Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy, Tate Modern (ends Sept)


Further afield...

The Armory Show, New York (March)

Judd Foundation, New York

Mark Rothko: Reflection, Museum of Fine Arts Boston (ends July)

One Life: Sylvia Plath, Smithsonian, Washington (ends May)

Judd Foundation, New York

Francois Morellet, Dia Art Foundation, New York (ends June)



Music Bars Performance Hotels

Glyndebourne is always the highlight of the Summer season for me. Until then, here are the performances I'm looking forward to


Verdi's Macbeth, Royal Opera House, (ends late April)

Othello, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (later this year)


Le Lido in Paris has been my dream for so so long!


I am in love with Opera. Take me to the Opera and I'll put on a show for you after, tiger. You will find me listening to Vivaldi one moment, then De La Soul straight after before retiring to bed with Chet Baker. A girl with eclectic taste indeed, I love going to classical music concerts, whether it be a big event at the Royal Albert Hall, or tucked away in a small church in South West London.


Royal Opera House


Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square

Cadogan Hall

A comprehensive list of the most beautiful rooms to feast your eyes on, before I arrive. Rooms with the best sheets to roll around in together.


The Savoy

Blakes Hotel

The Rosewood

Chiltern Firehouse

The Lanesborough


A drink and a dark corner to whisper sweet nothings to each other in is all too divine. When it comes to locations for libations, I am a conoisseur. Dedicated to the grape, call me Dionysus' daughter.


Milk & Honey

Blue Bar at the Connaught

Cafe Royal



Favourite wine cellars: Berry Brothers & Hedonism Wines


Your Exotic English Rose