Val has a solo trip in Paris and stumbles across her new favourite jewellery shop: DEE THINGS   There are certain perks to my job and travelling is definitely one of them. Seeing new cities and being alone makes you a bit fearless and forces you to have the balls to explore by yourself.   read more

  Mmmmm Delicious! If you can’t be bothered to get out of bed to make your breakfast this weekend, all of these delicious treats could be delivered right to your door! We have a treat for you Queen’s Park Framers! ‘Breakfastinbed’ is a brand new weekend breakfast delivery service, launched from their kitchen in Ladbroke read more

‘As Nature Intended’ is now in Spitalfields! Ever since the Honestly Healthy cookbook showed up at Frame, I’ve been reading more and more about the alkaline diet and how to eat smarter. But I’ve also gotten tired of that weekly shlep from East London to Whole Foods (any location). Luckily, As Nature Intended supermarket opened read more

Eat Chic Cafe… Reinventing the chocolate peanut butter cup… The newly opened eat chic café in Camden has its roots at the Village Green Market in Hackney, where eat chic founder Lotta Andonian used to swap her organic, vegan, and gluten-free chocolate peanut butter cups for coffee from Edy Piro’s neighbouring Terrone Coffee Co. stand. read more

Free Smoothie making at Ely’s Yard, The Truman Brewery with ZICO Pure Premium Coconut Water… only until Sunday! With much talk about the benefits of juices and smoothies, we’re all beginning to recognise that the right combination of some foods can set us for the day, improving our nutritional intake and overall health. However, we read more

Wave goodbye to Spring/Summer and say hello to the new season in style at The Stylist’s Rail Autumnal Wardrobe Wonderment Event on Saturday October 11th ! Held at East London hotspot The Hoxton Hotel, The Stylist’s Rail is a pop-up fashion event like no other, where shoppers can browse and buy directly from the wardrobes of read more

  This is the 4th in six studio complexes around the junction of Scrubs Lane and Harrow Road. You can visit – for free! – the workplaces and studios of 56 artists whose work covers painting, sculpture, print-making, ceramics, furniture, photography and dress making. Anonymous art postcards are for sale (original work created for this read more