The Brooklyn Bridge is a famous New York landmark that can’t be missed.


The bridge is known for its drop-dead gorgeous views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and the connector to one of NYC’s hippest boroughs – Brooklyn. It is said that 4,000 pedestrians cross this New York landmark every single day!



I love coming about 30 minutes before sunrise to get the city lights still twinkling at dawn and fewer crowds.



PS: Just make sure to watch out for bikers, commuters, and runners on the bridge in the early hours.





After you capture amazing instagram photos walk along the bridge and grab a coffee on either sides at my favorite spots! One Girl Cookie and Round K




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The Boulevard de la Croisette, which sits in Cannes on France’s famous Riviera is one of the most beloved boulevards in France, it is 2km long and home to many of Cannes’ greatest landmarks! Excited to share with you how I like spending an afternoon on La Croisset, Cannes!




✧ I love visiting the Marché Forville for pre-lunch nibbles.

At the eastern end of the Croisette is the Marché Forville, Cannes’ best loved market. It closes at lunchtime, so this is the place to have your pre-lunch nibbles. Head to see one of the vendors, like Julien Rostan, who is a specialist in organic vegetables. Buy some fresh olives or succulent tomatoes from him to munch as you walk, smell the fresh flowers and taste some local wine. Delicious.

Opening hours: Tues-Sun, 7am to 1pm. Closed Mondays.

5-11 rue marché Forville, Cannes


✧ Windown Shop

This is the strip to be seen on, you can enjoy a walk along the promenade whilst you window shop and there are always options to stop and enjoy a glass of wine or a cocktail in the sunshine.



✧ Eat at the Carlton Beach Club

The Carlton Beach Club is the perfect address for a French Riviera getaway where you can enjoy a unique experience at any time of the day, facing the sublime Mediterranean.




✧ A Trip To Carlton Intercontinental


An afternoon wouldn’t be Cannes without a trip to one of the most famous hotels on the strip. The hotel was made famous in the 50s by Alfred Hitchcock (it’s here that he filmed part of To Catch a Thief with Grace Kelly) and it plays host to celebrities every year during the Cannes Film Festival.









✧ Head back to the beach for some swimming and the sunset.

You might not want to be at the beach all day, so it’s a good idea to head there for sunset. Stroll along La Croisette, watching all of Cannes’ life and pick a sun lounger on a private Cannes beach.



Catch a helicopter ride!

I love flying to Eden-Roc hotel for a pool day or an amazing dinner.




Azur Helicopter


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Did you know that tie dye is one of the most ancient forms of decorating cloth—with roots in India, Japan, Indonesia, and West Africa? And now, it feels like it is the unofficial uniform of the pandemic, —uniting us while we’re all “home together”.

I give credit to the renaissance of the tie dye trend to the idea that people want to feel “members of a tribe" with a sense of belonging.


Tie dye current incarnation is reminiscent of the style we first saw in the 60s. Then it was the

unofficial dress code for the counterculture, broadcasting peace and love. But, that DIY appeal has roots in capitalism: The trend began when a preeminent fabric dye manufacturer that's been in production since 1918, funded artists to make hundreds of tie dye shirts with their liquid squeeze dyes, to be sold at the original Woodstock festival.



For those DIY’ers who are willing to get their hands, and err, floors dirty, the beauty of tie dye (besides the fact that it's affordable) is that every time you make it, your result is different making your design so unique!



If you are like Baby Brian and not really into DIY:)

SHOP from tie dye experts such as Tie Dye & Tonic ( hand made tie dye in Greenwich, Connecticut). #supplied



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