Style Update: Happy Valentine’s Day, beauties!

Ladies and gents, Happy Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day or just regular Wednesday! Sure, it’s a day for flowers, chocolates, elaborate displays of all the gushy love stuff, and I know firsthand that such displays can make this day one of the hardest to stomach for the singletons amongst us. However, I’m taking a pledge to make this day more than…
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Style Update: Stripes for a stroll in Knightsbridge

I’d like to start by saying I was not trying to pose as an ad for the great red, white and blue. It just came out that way. I love stripes, I love a pop of red and can never say no to the beautiful bling of gold. The end result is usually me looking like I’m the marketing director…
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How this American made London her home Part I: My first 48 hours

I wish I could tell you my moving to the UK was all sunshine and joy from day one. First of all, it wasn’t going to be sunny. I arrived at the beginning of December 2002. The day I stepped off the plane, the newspaper headline was “coldest day ever in London.” Right, so sunshine is out of the question.…
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London Food: Le Caprice on the Riviera Terrace with Grey Goose

In the fifteen years I’ve spent in London, there are only a handful of restaurants that I have eaten in more than twice. Le Caprice is one that I have come back to time and again, and for good reason. This is not only a restaurant that has been around for as long as I can remember, it’s also a…
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FFG Travels: Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

When I first moved to London, I remember making a pledge that I would only ever live in historic buildings. I wasn’t interested in living in new builds. No way, no how. I wish I had said the same about hotels. While staying in brand new hotels is fun and quirky and full of nods to contemporary design, I’ll take…
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