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Aspinal: the bag for the Made In Chelsea girls

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 4 August. Written by Giorgina Ramazzotti.

Ah, bags. Lovely bags. Bags….I’ve got no real value to say about bags. But anywho, if you have £400+ to burn and like a bit of Made In Chelsea kit, why not go for Caggie Dunlop’s bag?

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 ….Caggie Dunlop was spotted back from New York last week in London sporting the stunning newAspinal Boston handbag in Cream Pebble & Tan Calf.

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Chelsea AutoLegends tickets now on sale

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 4 August. Written by Giorgina Ramazzotti.

Missed out on tickets to see BBC’s Top Gear? Well Chelsea is offering something better albeit the price: Chelsea AutoLegends at Royal Hospital. Expect super cars, classic and other vehicles for you to drool over.

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Already confirmed is a rare appearance of the World’s fastest production car: the 267mph Bugatti Veyron SuperSport as driven by James May on BBC2’s Top Gear.

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Event Review: Art London

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Royal Hospital Chelsea; 8th October 2009

A great London event is usually accompanied by London weather. By that, I mean the pelting rain that shot through the Kings Road skyline. Nevertheless, the rain didn’t dampen my exciting browse in Art London.

Arriving as wet as fish in water is certainly not stylish. None of that mattered because as soon as I entered the hall, the royal-esque atmosphere gripped me and never released me throughout.

Greeted with waiters and waitresses offering free champagne and exquisite little side dishes; frankly, it felt like waiting in and a serene and spacious oasis.

As for the art? Beautiful and imaginative. A wide range of art was present – abstract, paint, post-modern, stone sculptures and more.

Sir Peter Blake, Liu Fenghua and a featured exhibit of famous Frederic Lord Leighton, where his works was haunting yet heavenly, were just a fraction of pieces for all to see.

It was a extravagant evening – mingling with other people, art enthusiast or not, admiring the artist and their works or simply to get free drinks (unfortunately, which is only available for the one night). The exhibition doesn’t last long (finishing on 12th October) so get there while you have the chance.

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