Saturday, 23 March 2013

London: Crazy week

I've had the most manic week at work and even managed to go to Leeds to help out my colleagues open this year's biggest shopping centre in Europe - Trinity Leeds. After months of hard work, I was really happy to be able to be a part of the opening and see the team's efforts come into fruition. The big opening show was curated by designer Henry Holland who created the world's longest designer dress for the big moment. The dress is 15 metres long - equivalent to three double decker buses - and 480 square metres wide. Before it was unveiled, Cirque Du Soleil principle artist Colette Morrow performed a beautiful routine in a similar Henry Holland sparkly yellow bodysuit. See some photos below.

I also went to Portobello Road on the weekend and bought some gorgeous 18th century vintage plates for only £15. There is a lovely lady with a great stand just opposite All Saints, and she sells cute tea cups and plates which are reasonably prices, check it out!

Colette Morrow performs her silk routine

Henry Holland observing his creation at rehearsals

The opening moment

Dinner on the train from Wasabi, yum!

Cameras at the ready for ribbon cutting

My Jamie's Gold Club member card...can't wait to use it!

Vintage tea cups on Portobello Road

18th century plates I bought on Portobello Road

My new Twenty8Twelve jeans with a colourful spotty pattern, love them!


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