It’s A Fine Life. March 2015.

Dear Rowley, While researching my Discriminating Guide to London I came across a vogue in restaurants largely in Oliver Twist’s topography of the city for Dickensian fare. Under the guise of honest ’tilled from the soil, bringing the sow to market’ … Continue reading

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Savage Beauty. March 2015.

Dear Rowley, To the V&A yesterday for the preview of Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty. The press is already speaking of the embellished retrospective of the late designer’s work that first showed at New York’s Met Museum as a record breaker. I had … Continue reading

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Chase the Lady. March 2015.

Dear Rowley, What with the helmeted swarm of Lycra and rage otherwise known as cyclists and the droids in headphones marching towards Holborn tube, London’s streets at rush hour are turning into The Hunger Games. I’m black and blue having been … Continue reading

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