Day 2 of Blogtour London began at the Victoria and Albert Museum. We viewed the current exhibits including The Wind Portal, by Lebanese designer Najla El Zein which consists of 5,000 paper windmills, an exhibit on pearls and fashion, but the highlight was a glass installation by Omar Arbel which was made of Bocci glass. The installation was hung in the Grand entrance at the highest cupola in the ceiling. I can’t wait to share more about all these exhibits. We have the big New Modenus Launch Party tonight, so I must get ready for that. Here are some other fun pics of our second day. Enjoy!
Next we ventured to Andrew Martin’s showroom which was one of the most interesting places I have ever been. Andrew Martin has amazing things. There is everything from Superman hanging from the ceiling to beautiful fabrics and wallpaper. Andrew Martin designed the bedroom that James Bond and Grace Jones slept in “A View to Kill”, in 1985 and from that point came to be recognized a one of Britain’s leading showrooms. The showroom continues to supply items to movie sets such as Harry Potter and many others.
Final Destination for the evening was dinner at Casa Brindisa sponsored by Du Verre Hardware! We were so lucky to have Gina Lubin come dine with us. Thank you Gina and Du Verre Hardware for a lovely dinner!
As you can see, we had a fabulous day! I’ve got to hurry and get dressed for the “New” Modenus party! Make sure to follow us on twitter, instagram and Facebook to get insider info to feel part of the party! It’s going to be huge!!!
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