For a long time stretch marks have been a point of shame, something to hide or be erased with lotions and potions and hours of body brushing. But whether your stretch marks were created through weight change, motherhood or they simply just appeared one day, they are a part of… Read More →
Like many creatives I am obsessed with colour. The exhibition Breathing Colour at The Design Museum by Hella Jongerius looks at how we see colour within the world and how it affects everything around us. Go be inspired.
The Medusa exhibition at the Musee D’Art Moderne in Paris is every jewellery lover’s dream taking a contemporary and unprecedented look at jewellery. A true magpie’s paradise.
The Serpentine Pavilion is always a beautiful and fascinating piece of architecture that pops up in Kensington Gardens. This year it’s designed by Francis Kéré, be sure to check it out before it closes in October.
This exhibition at Tate Britain is the first exhibition dedicated to queer British art across 100 years from 1860s-1960s included artists such as Hannah Gluckstein (above), Simeon Solomon & Keith Vaughan. Be sure to take some time out to see this wonderful exhibition on until October.