Posts Tagged ‘style’

I love London and its diversity, dynamism and originality. This is a city of modernity and conservatism, a city of contrasts where different every-day-realities melt all together. There are hundreds of secret corners that offer something unforgettable, something unique, something  inspiring.

Brick Lane, one of my favourite areas of London and the epicenter of the Bangladeshi community, is a place of disorder, culture melange, vintage fashion, vibrant treasure and trash market, unconventional individuals and attention grabbing street art.

Visiting Brick Lane is like experimenting Indian culture and quirky London at the same time, where tradition meets liberation and liberation meets tradition, where Easts meets the West and West meets the East …

What fascinates me about Brick Lane is its kitsch, energy and the history behind as London’s centre of textile.

Today, Brick Lane’s identity can be explained by what’s happening on its walls …. pure madness ….

Ps: Fashionistans and vintage stuff lovers  – don’t miss Beyond Retro shop and its classic, ageless vogue treasures at bargain prices!

“On the walls of Brick Lane”

For more images of Brick Lane please visit my Flicker photos


by Asia(Jo)

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Hi there,

Welcome to my blog for vogue and food lovers.

If you lost your head for all the beautiful frocks, bags, hills and hats and if you can’t resist fresh, organic, mouthwatering food; then you are at the right place!

I will “frock you” and I will “fork you” with my “guilty pleasures.”

“Frock” entries focus on irresistibly yummy fashion: new, exciting trends, must-haves, vintage treasures, window displays and charity shop bargains. I will let them do the talking. Get ready for Wardrobe Confashions!

“Fork” posts present epicurean heaven where simple and sophisticated recipes turn into delightful meals; where visits to food markets make your tummy go rumbly; where cooking with friends is like a joyful playground game.




by Asia(Jo)


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