Italian fashion house Fendi has opened its new store in London. Located on 181-182 Sloane Street, the new 4,700 square-foot store is further down the road from the luxury label’s former store. Designed by Milanese interior design company Dimore Studio, the two-story store features Fendi’s women’s handbags and accessories as well as women’s and men’s ready-to-wear. Fendi has worked together with the interior design firm over the years, as the company created the luxury brand’s store and suite concept for Palazzo Fendi in Rome as well as Fendi’s boutique at French premium ski resort Courchevel. Fendi’s new store interior was inspired by Roman apartments from the 1960s, with a contemporary and luxurious twist.
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The other day in a Covent Garden tea parlour, I met this charming lady and gentleman. Babs and Graham were two friends on a day coach trip from Sussex. She told me she wanted to walk through old London but much of it was unrecognisable these days as it had been 50 years since her last visit. She regaled me with days of seeing West End shows for a shilling. They were both sweethearts and made a pretty picture with their afternoon tea and scones so let me take a photograph. She even volunteered the information that they typically kept secret; that she was 88 and he 86. They told me how they liked to go out with their friends for dinner at night but that people always said they were surprised that people of their age would go out after dark. I said they could do whatever they liked and mentioned an elderly lady a friend met in SE London, who liked going for walks around the block at 4am and although she had been mugged four times, she wasn’t afraid. We talked a bit of the notion of the comfort zone and their decision to not give presents this year but a big slap up meal instead and I said experiences were better than stuff. They said it had been nice to meet and I wished them an enjoyable remainder of their trip; after all they had rather made my day. I love London, I love people and I love life 😊
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“..e se sarà il caso, continua a sbagliare. Quello che conta, nella vita, è che un domani, in un giorno qualunque, tu possa guardare i passi fatti, gli inciampi ed i traguardi, ed essere consapevole di aver sempre fatto il possibile. Non per dare conto agli altri ma per rispondere a te stessa.” ..🌈🌹
I am the crazy lady who literally cannot stop taking pictures of doors with beautiful wreaths. It’s a real problem. I can be seen leaping from cabs, darting across streets and throwing myself into busy roads to capture the Christmas curb appeal. And to think there are only 11 more days of holiday homes to share. Crying a little inside over that fact. January next year is going to be tough!
As I sit on rammed train back home, with someone sat next to me eating a packet of crisps so loudly I feel like I’m eating them too...I can’t help but wish I was drinking mulled wine back in Borough🎄😂 #ThisIsNewLook
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