Ugh,this is such a hard question. I’m quite monochrome in how I dress but when it comes to flowers - I need COLOUR.
For Valentine's Day, how can it not be an outrageously large bouquet of red roses?! In a vase, please!
Given up sleep for a couple years now. RE: my son!
I don’t remember what they were, but I’m pretty sure they were roses as they were from a boy (!) - but I just remember feeling very happy and special. I still do when I receive flowers now. It’s a beautiful and timeless gesture, and also just good manners.
Always have more candles, flowers and alcohol than you think you would need.
I’m really toying with the guest list here but honestly I just want to have some drinks with Lisa Rinna & Erika Jayne right now…
Always down the centre of my dining table, and in the living room.
When it comes to vases, it's the bigger the better for me. I love the ceramic urns, but I'm also a big fan of classic crystal Baccarat styles, too.
i don’t know if it theres a term for it! A mish-mash, perhaps?
I was endlessly inspired by Virgil. He really showed us that true creativity is transferable and that there are no such things as boundaries, in life or to your own success.
L'escarpolette - meaning The Swing - by Jean-Honoré Fragonard was the first piece of art I ever remember being drawn to, seeing it hanging at The Wallace collection so many years ago. The woman on the swing is flirting with her lover who is sitting below her. There’s something so beautiful about it. I’ve clearly always been a hopeless romantic!"
Alessandra Rich and Versace.
Portofino. I’m also dying to do the Orient Express to Venice. Now, THAT would be the perfect Valentine’s!
If I want to have a little dance, it’s Loulou’s or Maison Estelle.
I don’t think I could live anywhere but London.
In bed with my laptop, tragically.