They don’t make em like they used to

I went to see the Aesthetic exhibition at the V and A yesterday which overed the period 1860 – 1900 think Oscar Wilde etc

It was a stunning and beautiful period, full of colour and inspiration and was the period that defined Liberty and its prints that continue to this day. I especially loved the colours in Albert Moore’s work

White is my all time favourite colour especially for clothes and this painting Symphony in White by James Whistler really spoke to me. I love the different contrasts of white against the redness of the girls hair. Her outfit is timeless.

This teapot is great and is in 3D!!!

Being a shopaholic I couldn’t resist this beautiful Christian Lacroix notebook to jot all my thoughts and ideas in.

Catch it while you can at the Victoria and Albert museum until 4 July.

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