Continuing with the SISTERHOOD CAMP COMMUNITY interview series of brilliant creative women who have followed their dreams and and are living their purpose filled career. This week we meet the creative duo from Worm London, who in the past few years have had a career change, set up their vibrant floral business and have recently published
May half term, we took the kids to Legoland, Billund for a treat. Charlie is a huge lego fan, in fact I’ve never known him not to be in love with the plastic bricks. The logistics of it were pretty easy; flying from Bristol to Copenhagen with Easyjet. Hiring a car from the airport (booked online before
Over on Sisterhood Camp I recently interviewed Agnete Bjerre-Madsen, the founder of Copenhagen-based lingerie brand which is devoted to providing an everyday luxury to women. They celebrate uniqueness through a devotion to help women feel beautiful and confident in their own skin. Lingerie that aren’t just designed to look good; they’ are made for our body and
Last week I booked myself in for a cut and colour at the new Trevor Sorbie salon in Bristol. I was excited about getting my bad dye job sorted, and to see how the new salon looked. What I hadn’t expected was to come away feeling emotional, that a simple hair do, could make me
Yesterday was my birthday. And, for once, the sun shone! Such a gloriously hot day, Dan and I headed out to Wrington, just outside of Bristol, to the Ethicurean. A gorgeous award winning restaurant set in a stunning walled garden.
Over on Sisterhood Camp I recently interviewed Ren Valuzyte, the founder of British clothing brand, Ren London, to ask her about the beginnings of the brand, the story of her grandmother and her latest shoot in Marrakesh.
You can read the full interview over on the Sisterhood Website, here is a little snippet.
I am currently into minimal, abstract art. Particularly loving the work of Liza Giles after seeing Cate St Hill purchase one for her living space, the soft greys and gentleness to it, is the look I am after.
I also adore Danish artist Chrstiane Spansberg simple line drawings. Her figures are particularly beautiful. Such movement and expression. I love how grouped together like that make such an impact.
Finally, another Danish artist, Noa Gammelgaard. Blocky, abstract monochrome colours with a touch of gold leaf.
A couple of Saturday’s ago, we headed out of Bristol towards Bath, stopping off at one of my favourite places, The Pig. Now a chain of boutique hotels in the South West, the Pig is set in a former stately home, with the best restaurant and walled garden to potter around.