Category Archives: NAKED REVIEW

Guide to Italy – Sorrento, Amalfi Coast & Capri

NAKED PR GUIDE TO ITALY - SORRENTO, AMAFI COAST, & CAPRI - Italy is colourful and passionate and wonderful. It has fresh sharp lemons and the juiciest oranges and brightest flowers. It has narrow coastal roads that have been nicknamed Mamma Mia from the shock visitors express on their first experience as they overlook sharp drops…
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NAKED REVIEW – KEW GARDENS LONDON

NAKED REVIEW - KEW GARDENS - Kew Gardens has such a special place in my heart - I mean flowers and gardens - what is not to love? It is in Richmond and has it's own picturesque train station with a delightful looking pub right next to it. Kew Gardens itself, or Royal Botanic Gardens if…
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How to Network Matthew Hussey Style

How to Network Matthew Hussey Style - My NakedPRGirl blog and business is all about honesty and going behind the smoke and mirrors of the PR & Marketing industry…but today I find myself in unfamiliar territory and am looking to a relationship guru to share his secrets instead. Let me introduce you to Matthew Hussey,…
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5 Things Gleaned from Michael Sheen

The thing is…I’m not a film expert which, when you’re in a cinema full of movie fans at the BIFA Central Picturehouse watching Michael Sheen being interviewed for Time Out London can be a bit of a daunting realisation. BUT I have seen five Michael Sheen films, oh yes. Well, to be honest I’ve seen the…
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NAKED REVIEW – Open House London

Sometimes in London, it feels like you know ALL KINDS of things you really don't need to. Like when a new hotdog joint is opening, how Pret Sandwiches are ranked from 1 to 50, or how big the waiting list is at a swanky restaurant you're never likely to grace. And in contrast there's LOADS…
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Naked Review – St Paul’s Cathedral London

St Paul's Cathedral, where I'm sitting right now, is literally blowing my mind. The very famous London landmark was built by Christopher Wren and accessoried (shall we say) with intricate mosaics after Queen Victoria called it 'dull, cold, dingy and dreary,' crikey! Inside it is utterly astonishing in size and scale with the dome the…
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The Unconventional World of Henry Holland

If you had to pick one fashion designer for a cracking night out, I would suggest Henry Holland. Firstly, from what I have gleaned, from last Friday evening while he was in conversation with Kinvara Balfour, he is exceedingly charismatic, funny, honest and I'm absolutely positive you'd be dancing on the tables into the early…
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Zac Posen – Lighting Up Fashion

All I could think about on my way to see Kinvara Balfour interview Zac Posen was Claire Danes' stunning light up dress on the red carpet at the 2016 Met Gala. The theme for this year was Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology in association with Vogue and the standout (by miles…
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Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos Interviewed by Kinvara Balfour

I like design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos from the very start of their interview with Kinvara Balfour at the V&A because they're thinkers; they exude a quiet confidence and talk carefully and honestly about their luxury fashion label. So, there'll be no crazy, flash in the pan decisions here, no misplaced exuberance,…
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V&A Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear

In PR and marketing terms, underwear is dynamite. It can make you thin, get you laid, define your abs, give you a bigger butt, enhance your cleavage, say 'hello boys', impress the girls, you know the drill. As I talked about in my blog 'Who Sells You Your Pants' the dream is never far away…
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