Girl crush; Marilyn Monroe

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I have just got back from the Proud Gallery in London to see rare photographs of the gorgeous Marilyn Monroe. The photos were taken by Milton H. Green.

Marilyn met Milton at a Look Magazine photo shoot in 1953, they formed a close bond and business partnership. The photographs capture her elegance, and innocence. You feel she is at ease with her pictures being taken by Milton.

If like me you want to add a touch a glamour to your day, the gallery is situated a short walk from Charing Cross station and there is no charge to see the exhibition.

Up Close with Marilyn is at Proud Gallery – 32 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6BP til 24th June 2018.

Glossier popped up good

Drop everything, I am in love!

Glossier opened it’s pretty pink life with a pop up store in London. Originally from New York, the beauty brand launched in the U.K. recently and popped itself in London from 15-22nd November, that’s right the last day is tomorrow, so if you can get yourself down there, it’s worth the visit.

You have an opportunity to try the products before you buy. The pop up store is situated on 2 floors with plenty of space and mirrors to test products and ask advice. The lovely glossier girls were wearing pale pink boiler suits and they looked so glamorous I wanted one for myself. The lady helping me with my purchases was a New Yorker and stated ‘ it was work attire and it was not allowed to be kept’ that’s an awful shame as if they put that up for sale I’d get it.

After walking around and trying and testing the products I bought the phase 1 gift set £35 which was featured on my wish list post, and a moon mask £18 . I rarely get excited, but I was giddy to see, and feel the products. Fingers crossed they decide to open a permanent store because let’s face it I might keep them in profit.

The pop up is at 32 Portland place, London W1B 1NA until tomorrow (22nd November)

The sun is still shining in London Town

I recently bought a camera, the Sony cyber shot. My iPhone camera has let me down and as with everyone in the world it’s the most used and valued. I am devastated and it’s rather annoying as everything has become a photo or video opportunity, I’m not entirely sure what we used to do before the camera was on our phones, but I couldn’t take it anymore so thought a camera would be much cheaper than purchasing the iPhone 8.

The picture above is me trying the 10 second timer on the camera, I’m pleasantly surprised seen as I was alone and managed to take this, the lighting could be better but for a first attempt it’s not a bad effort.

My dress is from urban outfitters and so are the fake spectacles.

The Sony cyber shot was £89.99 from argos