How would you describe your personal style?
I have a classic style, but with sporty elements. Yet, I also love accessories that are currently in fashion. I’m not a person who buys everything that is fashionable but prefer to invest in what I like and what I know will fit my personal style.
Who is your ultimate style icon and why?
I think it would be Victoria Beckham. For years, she has pursued design as a profession. I feel her style is feminine, elegant and minimalist. Her collections always have a strong following in the industry and she is considered one of the best-dressed celebrities in the world!
What do you enjoy the most about being an influencer?
I think what I really appreciate is the opportunity to meet interesting people. I also get to know what influences both companies and consumers, which is reflected in their choice of brands.
What are your favorite coffee shops and restaurants in London?
I think there are a lot of great coffee shop places in London but my fave place is Grind & Co. Having started with one site in Shoreditch, it has since opened new cafes in Soho, Holborn, London Bridge, Clerkenwell and Royal Exchange. Hipster staff, great coffee and offbeat interiors make each cafe a destination in of itself. Plus in the evening they turn into amazing bars! Definitely a must visit:)
Which part of London inspired you the most?
This is a hard one. I love Notting Hill, but truthfully the most inspiring place for me is around Bank station.
How do you style jewellery in your everyday outfits?
I usually try to limit myself to the minimum. Typically it is a watch and a few delicate rings and necklace:)
What is your statement piece of jewellery?
Jewellery is for me one of the ways of expressing myself – anything that matches my personal style is instantly my style signifier:)