Princess Diana fashionista and icon
My fascination for traveling started with Princess Diana.
When I was a little girl I watched her transform from a "Sloane girl" to a real Princess.
A "Sloane girl" is a stereotypical young upper-middle or upper class person who pursues a distinctive fashionable lifestyle.
The term comes from the type of people living around "Sloane Square", a location in Chelsea, London
famed for the wealth of residents and frequenters.
Female Sloanes, were often seen in the 1970s and 1980s around London wearing Hermès or Liberty silk head scarves.
Like Lady Di!
I wanted to go to London!
I wanted to live and experience the expensive areas of west London like Kings Road, Fulham Road, Kensington High Street.
So I did.
I moved to London in the beginning of the 1990s and have been traveling around the world ever since.
London is in my heart and soul, and
I will never get tired of this city.
Today we remember her as a fashionista and a icon.
A London-girl that became a Princess of peoples heart.