Emma Hoareau

Emma Hoareau
September 2, 2013



art / outfits

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(Zara dress, Birkenstock shoes, Whistles sunglasses, ButterLONDON nail polish in Cotton Buds)

I’ve always been a great fan of The Serpentine Gallery, it’s a big, white calming place that you 
can easily pop into that always has a great exhibition on (and a great selection of magazines). 
But the best thing about it is the annual pavilion created outside of it by a different artist each 
year. Last year was Ai Wei Wei’s cork pavilion, and this year is Sou Fujimoto’s white structure 
(bonus points for having a Fortnum & Mason cafe inside of it). I’ve been meaning to go since
it opened a few months ago but hadn’t yet had the chance. Luckily, I insisted my sister and I
meet there last Saturday. I say luckily because it was the most perfect weather for the last day
of August. There was no better way to say goodbye to the summer than this.
It’s open until 20th October so I would urge you to visit!