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Hot Spots, Fitness, Lifestyle

Contrary to popular belief, the day has enough hours to strike a happy balance between a hefty workload, social activities, and exercise to let off steam. That said, do you find a workout in the gym somewhat monotonous? Am I the only one who needs more than a tedious treadmill to get motivated to exercise
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London Scene, Fashion, Style Edit, Lifestyle

‘Fashion Month’ is like a roller coaster ride. It requires a cautious approach in the build-up to an adrenaline-rush-provoking succession of events and shows (that take months to organise) followed by an anti-climatic ending as the thrill is over before you know it. Meticulous wardrobe planning is part and parcel of preparing for ‘Fashion Month’.
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Fashion, International Scene, Art, Style Edit, Travel

There are many romantic cities in the world, but only one, whose name happens to begin with the letter R, truly embodies the spirit of romance through its rich culture of art history, music, and architecture. That city is Rome, of course. My first trip to Rome was several years ago. It proved to be
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London Scene, Hot Spots, Lifestyle, Travel

What is your idea of an escape from the hustle and bustle of life in the city? Perhaps, you have become used to the monotony of your daily routine per se. We all deserve a mini getaway to recharge our batteries, be it with close friends, family, or alone. Just before Christmas, an opportunity popped
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Favourites, Beauty, Product Launches

Harley Street Skincare clinic not only offers a wide range of skincare treatments but also a selection of products designed for different skin types. I have been using Harley Street Skincare products for about seven months since I visited the clinic in the summer. My skin still reacts well to their products. I have sensitive
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Art, Lifestyle

Christmas is upon us once again. Are you wondering about last minute gifts to buy but feel put off by the idea of trawling the high street in the cold or searching online tediously? Take a deep breath – send a fun card to make someone smile as a starting point. That said, it comes
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Fashion, International Scene, Style Edit, Beauty

The busiest months on the fashion calendar are February and September. There is no time for holiday planning, let alone spending any quality time with family and friends. “The Big Four” really does take over, and by that, I mean the New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks, which come and go like a
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Fashion, International Scene, Style Edit, Travel

I was up bright and early on the second day of the MICAM with a hungry appetite to meet more designers. I managed to settle my hunger pangs, for a while, with a lovely cappuccino, scrambled eggs, and fresh fruit for breakfast. The first day was highly productive and well-organised thanks to The Italian Trade
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Events, Charity

It has been a while since I danced my socks off especially to the nostalgic beat of hit songs such as Madonna’s Express Yourself. The latter, I did indeed and so proudly at an event hosted by Jo Manoukian, owner of Jo’s Dance, and Darcey Burcell from Strictly Come Dancing in support of Women for
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Fashion, Style Edit

How would you define your style? Are you a lover of vintage? Perhaps, you have a more understated way of dressing or prefer to throw everything into the mix. With an innate appreciation for style as opposed to being a follower of fashion alone, you may instinctively find a way to recreate a seasonal trend
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