This year, I’ve decided to share my Christmas holiday on this little beautiful and snowing blog. The chain of articles will be entitled creatively… “The Christmas Diary”. Since I’ll be spending my holiday in France, I figure they will be good Travel articles doubled as a means to connect with my family and good friends, who are invariably regular patrons of AlexandraLuella.
No pressie for guessing where we spent one of our December’s Saturday nights. The time of the year when the grounds of Hyde Park are covered with mothballed wooden planks from the previous years. And on that raft, you find a festive lot of Christmas stalls, ice rink, rides, carnival games and made up après-ski bars.
It was last Saturday. Quentin and I went on a theatre date. We saw the Phantom of the Opera, an eminent musical that I was once so obsessed with and have always wanted to see it here in London, where it has been played superbly for more than 25 years.
Dubbed “the Happiest 5k on the Planet, a unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness and individuality”, who would have known that “a run for fun” that started in Utah, United States two years ago could achieve such great international growth?
So today, we shall continue Burberry on about designers and trends that are likely to go Stella (McCartney) this season. This information might not be essential to all but knowing it will undeniably give you the (Dorothy) Perks(in) because fashion, like technology, will always be on the (Anya Hind)march.
To say that I know fashion is a lie, a big ostentatious lie. It’s a world, an industry that often intersects my social circle but it’s an area that I know very little about. To say that I have my own style is maybe a bit splashy and attention-seeking. But I guess I have my own preference, a way that I like to pair my tops and bottoms, a way I like to accessorize.