London turned out to be great last week with the beautiful summer weather and great vibe that came with it. As you can imagine, I spent most of my time outdoors catching up with friends over a drink or two. However, the absolute highlight of the week was the grand opening of St Jame’s Market in central London.
I was chuffed to bits when I received an invite to the grand opening but was a bit taken aback when I looked up the location. The area which is now the market used to be heavily boarded up the last few times I was in that vicinity.
I kid you not when I say that London Fashion Week Men’s was not on the list of events I wanted to attend this summer. Having hosted Cuts for Him’s first Fashion Industry Insiders Event a couple of weeks before, I was on the road to recuperating and getting some much needed rest. As you can imagine, Hosting a event which caters for about 200 people was hard work to say the least. So I was perfectly ok with me missing LFWM SS18 and any other event happening around that time.
Hello everyone! So I am currently in Freetown, Sierra Leone soaking up the sun and sipping some coconut water. The Seaview is just breath-taking. I am here for a very good friend’s wedding which I am absolutely looking forward to.
Anyway this post is about an amazing event Cuts for Him is hosting on the 25th of May 2017.
Budapest is one of those European cities that is sure to leave a lasting impression on your mind once you visit. The sumptuous traditional cuisine known as Goulash, welcoming hot baths, historic architecture, and its unique chain bridge are a few things amongst many that will leave you wanting for more. Budapest is the capital of Hungary. It is divided into two half by the Danube river with Buda on one side and Pest on the other. This great city is said to attract over 4 million tourists a year from all over the world. With its extensive world heritage sites, you can see why so many people visit this city.
I would be doing this beautiful city a disservice if I should even attempt to do a detail write up about it. So for this reason, here is Budapest in pictures.