Uniformity, the military one, has never looked so desirable. Thanks to the collections of the major fashion houses this winter, an it piece for the cold winter days are military coats.
Today I am taking You in one of the most beautiful neighborhood in London. Covent Garden, in the heart of London’s West End and with a history dating back to the 17th century. It’s a unique destination, synonymous with high culture and arts that attracts more than 40 million visitors a year. But it is the world-famous Central Market building which is the one most people refer to when talking about ‘Covent Garden’ or ‘Covent Garden Market’.
It’s time for breakfast and for one of the most beautiful Saturday morning experiences, at least when we are talking about London, going to the farmers market.
Notting Hill, I adore your endless variations of pastel colors. I can spend hours and hours wondering through the streets with charming pudding colored houses, antique shops and small concept stores.
After several “narrative” post on my blog, in this post I will let the photos and combination speak for themselves.
The photos were taken by my dear friend Simona Kalica, that she never fails to amaze me with her gifted eye for photography, but also with capturing the magical moment that she nurtures with re-discovering simplicity in photography. In some of my next posts I will tell you more about her and her work.