There is a lot to do, see and visit in London. Enough to keep you occupied all day, every day of the week. Unfortunately during my recent spell of unemployment I couldn’t really justify making the most of my new home as doing stuff in London almost always costs moneyz and for a little while there was no new money coming in.
Now that I am in full time employment (on which no blogging shall be done, as I intend to keep it that way) I can finally let myself out of the house and into the big world of London entertainment.
When a new friend asked me if I wanted to go to the Women Fashion Power exhibition in the Design Museum I was more than happy to. After all, those are three things I can definitely get behind.
The exhibition was really good, with a mix of fashion and women’s rights history (Guess what? The time that the suffragettes protested for women’s right to vote was not that long ago!) and the stories of a few remarkable and successful women. I especially liked the profiles of those power women in the present as some of them I had never heard of, but their life stories were very, very inspiring. After all it’s not just Beyoncé and Oprah that have amazing careers. All in all the exhibition wanted me to be the most bad ass version of myself and that’s always a good thing in my books.
The museum visit was followed by a few hours of girl chat, which made me one happy girl indeed. After all with moving to a new city comes making my friends and even though I love the Boyfriend’s company, it is nice to be able to talk about some serious matters such as the need for 3 winter coats every now and then.
If you are interested in going to this empowering exhibition yourself, you can find all the info here.