AT HOME- SISÉ FOODS

In my house, rice is a religion, when I moved two years ago, I ate rice and stew for the first six months and nothing else. I am not a fan of cooking; my palette is strictly Nigerian and very partial to Italian but cooking, is a ball ache, so imagine my absolute joy when…

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SEARCHING FOR ITALY- A LOVE STORY

Arms talking, heads thrown back in laughter, tables creaking with food; pasta, cheese, meats, the best olive oil… filling piazzas, rushing water against stone, grand statues, cobbled roads, crumbling corners, an active volcano, and a kind of chaos that moves you… This is Italy. A land where togetherness is a requisite for admittance, almost. Over…

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LONDON- N.W.

Kilburn Park is my special part of London. I lived here on the council estates across the road from Maida Vale. I loved it here. The closeness to everything and the real sense of community spirit there was back then. Some might say its gentrified today, but it is still my favourite thing about having…

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#7 | Three Little Words…

‘Where will we go?’ ‘Anywhere you want to.’ ‘Florence.’ Franny sat up in bed. Logan has stayed over every night, for about a month. She knew what he was doing and loved him even more for it; he wanted to let her know he didn’t mind coming here, to her council flat where the bath…

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COUTURE- WAT U IZ | PYER MOSS

I can’t remember when but sometime in the last decade I fell out of serious love with fashion. I still love it, but not as much as I did; the problems were too apparent, change was and still is slow in coming. Fashion that is mean to traverse boundaries was stagnated without room for movement…

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LONDON | YAYOI KUSAMA @ VICTORIA MIRO

If there is one artist whose work constantly intrigues in its uniqueness or abstract simplicity it is Yayoi Kusama. It is much more than just dots, it is a seamless manipulation of something so simple which she makes even more remarkable. An astonishing presentation of art that inspires and enchants. Her vivid softness, makes even…

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