Vogueing. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, I have fallen in love with women’s fashion again and it is largely thanks to Mr Enninful’s UK Vogue. I now subscribe and it is like sunshine after rain. I think we endured more than twenty years of Alexandra … Continue reading

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Up the Workers. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, I took at 6.30am walk in the West End this morning to clear my head and let me tell you there were zero English faces to be seen. The good people who were cleaning your streets, stocking your … Continue reading

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Hubert the Great. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, Saddened to hear that one of the greats of golden era Paris couture, Count Hubert de Givenchy, has died aged ninety-one. A second son of the Marquis de Givenchy, Hubert studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts and … Continue reading

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Hometime. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, In the wake of the burglaries in Bloomsbury Towers I have spent many a day and night reclaiming the apartment as home. The repaint is underway, the CCTV is installed and the locks are changed. We still have … Continue reading

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Protect the Work. March 2018.

Dear Rowley, I am still on tenterhooks waiting for the Profiles in History auction catalogue for what is in all but name the Estate of Liza Minnelli. There’s an exhibition preview in April that I’d sell a kidney to see but cannot under … Continue reading

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