One of the things that this new world order of social distancing and lockdowns has prevented me from doing, that I miss the most, is the weekends on the town I used to have. These Saturdays in London would usually follow an itinerary of going to a steakhouse, drinking cocktails and watching a film at the cinema, although the order varied depending on reservation and cinema showing times.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Restaurant review: STEAK & CO. (Leicester Square)
Posted by Emma at 10/31/2020 02:03:00 pm 1 comment:
Labels: 2020, chips, crap, Iggy Azalea, London, McDonald's, money, sauces, steak, vegetables
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Film review: REBECCA (Ben Wheatley, 2020)
A young woman (Lily James), working as a paid companion to the snobby Mrs. Van Hopper (Ann Dowd) is swept off her feet in Monte Carlo by Maxim de Winter, who is out there holidaying alone following the death of his first wife, Rebecca. After a whirlwind romance, the two marry, and return to his handsome estate in Manderley.
Posted by Emma at 10/24/2020 06:53:00 pm 3 comments:
Labels: 2020, Alfred Hitchcock, Armie Hammer, Ben Wheatley, Cillian Murphy, crap, Joan Fontaine, Laurence Oliver, Lily James, Luke Evans, mysteries, remakes, romance, thrillers
Saturday, October 10, 2020
Thoughts on five perfume samples ordered from FeelUnique - part 2
My obsession with smelling new fragrances means that I'm ordering five samples from FeelUnique, subject to their limits on ordering (one order of samplers per month).
Below are my thoughts on October's batch!
Posted by Emma at 10/10/2020 07:37:00 pm No comments:
Labels: 2020, Carolina Herrera, FeelUnique, Issey Miyake, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs, Margaret Qualley, Paco Rabanne, perfume, shopping
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