The Laundrette, Newcastle launches new summer menu

'A well-made salad must have a certain uniformity; it should make perfect sense for those ingredients to share a bowl' - Yotam Ottolenghi When it comes to places to eat in Newcastle it's easy to get bogged down with all the choice and wind up down at Unos on the Quayside because it's been there … Continue reading The Laundrette, Newcastle launches new summer menu

Colour by Numbers: Shades of sporting success

'The World Cup is a very complicated tournament - six games, seven if you make it to the final - and maybe if you lose one game you're out, even if you're the best' - Pele  Football. Whether you love it or hate it it’s been hard to avoid this summer and although I would … Continue reading Colour by Numbers: Shades of sporting success

Denim trends – past, present and future

  ‘I think denim is something everyone feels comfortable in. It's kind of my uniform, really’ - Clemence Poesy From bell bottoms in the ‘60s to extreme ripped jeans in 2018, denim has certainly been through a lot since the release of the humble blue jean 145 years ago. So, which were the trends that … Continue reading Denim trends – past, present and future

What I Wore : June 2018

'Summer is the time when one sheds one's tensions with one's clothes, and the right kind of day is jeweled balm for the battered spirit. A few of those days and you can become drunk with the belief that all's right with the world' - Ada Louise Huxtable June has been a game of two … Continue reading What I Wore : June 2018

Reasons why your car hates you

'There is a stigma in our sport that men are the better drivers. People think that, because the men compete in two-man and four-man, they are more versatile and that the women aren't great drivers’ - Elana MeyersI think if I were to write a list of things I love to do in order of … Continue reading Reasons why your car hates you

Review: The Luxury Inn, London

‘The interesting thing about London is that there are always stylish surprises around every corner’ - Natalie Massenet I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with London. I visited with my parents a long, long time ago and did all the touristy things which I loved and had a particular mad night out in … Continue reading Review: The Luxury Inn, London