Master of the Arts

With my official graduation from Central Saint Martins, I realised that the real world isn’t as fun as it’s being advertised! Although I have finished for a few months now, the graduation ceremony at Royal Festival Hall made it feel even more real – not to mention scary! I’m not a student anymore and will probably never be again unless I decide to do a PhD, or another Masters. Not knowing what lies ahead can be pretty scary, I get that. But it’s also a chance for you to explore new possibilities and opportunities.

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New bff Phoebe 

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Looking slightly out of place within the sea of businessmen in Waterloo  IMG_9573

I was wearing: Hervé Léger dress (similar, similar) | Sergio Rossi sandals (similar) | Prada clutch bag (similar)

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With my friend Elena, designer of Two Hunting Pearls

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To celebrate we headed with my family to Alan Pickett in Sanderson HotelI’ve always loved this place for its modern and elegant vibe but had only had drinks in the Long Bar in the past. The atmosphere was great and matched the day perfectly; we were seated in the beautifully decorated garden and enjoyed our food as the afternoon light slowly faded away.

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Barley risotto

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Chicken fillet

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Yummy tart with berries and lemon ice cream

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Berry panna cotta 

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After a few hours of standing and running around I had to change into a comfier pair of shoes and blue Tod’s loafers were what I went for (find them on sale here!)

Congratulations to anyone who graduated this summer!

logo xo Fani

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