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Life & Style

Mar 24

Obicà Celebrate New Creative Chef, Alessandro Borghese

Obica - Zeppole - Credit Tim Atkins

Obicà, the restaurant who are advocates for sharing and of course mozzarella, have recently appointed kick-ass chef Alessandro Borghese as their new creative chef. He is certain to firmly cement the reputation of Obicà on the map by developing a creative and delicious new mozzarella bar menu with small plates to mix and match with …

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Mar 01

Eating Disorders – Missing the Signs


If you’ve been reading my previous articles I know what some of you are thinking. She’s a bit dim isn’t she? How could she not know her daughter had an eating disorder? That’s what I thought too. How could I have not known? Mother’s should know everything; they are meant to care for and protect …

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Feb 13

Last Minute Ideas to Celebrate Romance


With Valentine’s Day just around the corner we thought you might appreciate our romantically themed idea’s list without the added Teddy Bears, chocolates or Champagne. Novel Beauty-Clever Skincare and Cosmetics This week, we had the pleasure of meeting the talented founder behind Novel Beauty. The idea behind Novel Beauty was to create skincare products for Men …

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Feb 10

La Maison Rémy Martin returns to Soho with a Stellar Line-Up

Launch of La Maison Rémy Martin pop-up private members' club at La Maison Rémy Martin, London, Britain on 2 Nov 2015.

Last Summer we had the pleasure of spending the evening with some of Britain’s finest Olympians in the luxurious surroundings of the Rumpus Room, courtesy of La Maison Rémy Martin. This month, the members-only club will be opening their doors once again with a jam-packed, spectacularly curated list of talent designed to inspire, entertain and …

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Nov 18

Personalised Haynes Explains Manuals – fun gifts for Christmas from Oh My Gift


Are your parts wearing out? Do you need an MOT? These fun guides recreate the appearance and technical style of Haynes vehicle maintenance books but with the vehicle being the human body in various stages of life. Haynes iconic car maintenance guides have been modified to cover the challenges of being a pensioner, teenager, baby or …

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Nov 09

Stepping Out: Review


Stepping Out                   At Chichester Festival Theatre until 19 November (Booking: 01243 781312; At the Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1 March – 17 June 2017 (Booking: Directed by Maria Friedman Cast: Amanda Holden, Angela Griffin, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite, Nicola Stephenson, Judith Barker, Rose Keegan, Sandra …

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Nov 01

Woking for 1000


Today, Frost were extremely privileged to have spent the day making meals for the capitals food banks alongside 200 others with School of Wok. Wok for 1000 is the first of it’s kind, large scale cookery class helping to create 1000 meals in just one day. This incentive is a collaboration with charity, Plan Zheroes, who are an …

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Oct 31

How to Win at Feminism Reductress Interview And Book Review

How did you come up with the idea of Reductress?   Sarah: We were both writing and performing sketch comedy, and realized there was a lack of spaces for women to create comedy for and about us. Then Beth came to me with the idea for a fake women’s magazine, and we were happy to …

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