Category: socks & crumbs
This week I will be… Requesting a Kotatsu for Christmas. Now that the cold is truly settling in, there has been a flurry of media attention given to this Japanese invention which consists of a giant duvet complete with its own coffeetable and toasty heating device. You will never need to leave the house ever again! […]
NPW comes to London to celebrate female role models from the North.
Have breakfast with Sarah Wood, the co-founder of Unruly as part of TEN’s Trailblazing Women series.
This week I will be: playing Dumb Ways to Die. This game is absolutely hilarious and was borne out of an Australian public service announcement campaign launched by Metro Trains in Melbourne in 2012 to promote rail safety. The game features some really cute but accident-prone characters that you have to help survive imminent death […]
Photographer Annie Leibowitz updates her 1999 WOMEN portraits.
The conference features an exciting programme and line-up of inspiring female speakers.
This week I will be: visiting Cutter & Squidge‘s new permanent (yes, permanent!) store at 20 Brewer Street in Soho. Not only does the new store offer more space and seating in Emily and Annabel’s inimitable relaxed and welcoming style, it also allows full visibility of the incredible biskie and cake selection which you can […]
Funny Women host their 2nd Accidental Conference on Women & Media.
The BAB Women’s Forum holds its first conference moderated by Sarah Baxter.
This week I will be: feasting on some beautifully crafted Japanese tapas at Kirazu on Rupert Street, Soho. This blink-and-you’ll-miss-it hole in the wall restaurant has a lovely homely feel to it. Trendy in its simplicity, it more than lives up to its motto of using ‘traditional techniques to deliver healthy Japanese tapas’. Chef Yuya Kikuchi […]