After hearing about Bill’s renovation, Naomi and I were absolutely desperate to see how they could possibly improve their chic, colourful look and the delights of their buttermilk chicken burger and American-style pancakes! Upon arrival, our attention was immediately drawn to the beautiful flower feature wall just outside the doors – the perfect location for an aesthetic Instagram photoshoot of which we made full use. Continue reading Review: Exeter’s Bill’s
I can’t have been the only one who opened up Instagram on Tuesday morning and thought, “What in God’s name is everyone wearing?!” If you’re confused about this year’s Met Gala theme, then you’re certainly not alone! What exactly is camp? Wikipedia defines it as “an aesthetic style and sensibility that regards something as appealing because of its bad taste and ironic value.” However, the … Continue reading Met Gala Theme Explained
10 guests who pleasantly surprised us by stepping out of their comfort zone at this year’s Met Gala
Camp features: gaudy print, neon, clashing ideas (gown with trainers)
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In recent years, people have come to expect the most glamorous, extravagant (and bizarre) outfits from the Met Gala pink carpet. This year is certainly no exception, with the theme as ‘camp’ fashion. Having considered their creativity, fit to the celebrity, and adherence to the theme, here are (in no particular order) my personal top 20 picks for best dressed! Continue reading Met Gala 2019-Top 20 Best Dressed
If you have every visited or seen pictures of Copenhagen, your first thought if someone said “Danish architecture” would probably be of the quaint saffron, moss and rust coloured harbour buildings of Nyhavn. But this would not be the whole story. Over the past decades the Danish capital has transformed itself from a serene fisherman’s town into a dynamic, modern city. A transformation that is reflected … Continue reading So Scandi: ‘The Architecture of Happiness’ – A celebration of Danish Architecture
Fozz: I can’t believe we got invited back to Comptoir Libanais. I really enjoyed the food the last time we went but omg that review we did – I got so many comments about how cringey it was!
Katrina: I would say that we’ll try to make this review less cringey but, to be honest, I really don’t think we can make any promises on that. It was great to be invited back to Comptoir though, and given how much I enjoyed it last time, I definitely had high expectations for this meal. What were you expecting? Continue reading Review: Exeter’s Comptoir Libanais
“Why should the devil have all the best tunes?” asked Methodist preacher George Whitefield in 1774. But did the devil ever? And does he still? As conservative and dated as ‘religious art’ might seem in the West (where religious practices have been somewhat marred by schisms, crusades, inquisitions, Nietzsche, existentialism, and that ever-pesky science), I think the paganity to which Whitefield referred has less of a cloven-hoofed power-stance over the arts than the reality of the situation might suggest. Not only were many of the modern antecedents and influences of contemporary Western artists religious, but a great number of today’s practitioners remain resolutely Christian in their outlook.