1. A date with Balenciaga.

This May, the V&A will host their most anticipated event of the year: a full exhibition of the life and work of Spanish couturier, Cristóbal Balenciaga. The showcasing is a tribute to the fashion house, marking their 100th birthday. The occasion has been labelled by Vogue as a “must-see” for any fashionista.


  1. A dance off with Vivienne Westwood.

This is not a drill. As the infamous nightclub Fabric sets to re open its doors on the 20th of February, they welcome a very famous guest. Vivienne Westwood will be hosting the night in aid of Climate Change. For ticket info, follow the link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-revolution-says-switch-at-fabric-tickets-29973690114


  1. Be Royal for a Day.

Why not spend a day in a palace admiring beautiful clothing? To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, Kensington Palace will open up their doors to the general public. Diana will be remembered by her widely celebrated sense of style in an exhibition titled “Diana: The Fashion Story”, which is set to stage in spring 2017.


  1. Publish a Book.

Sounds impossible? Not at all. With Kindle Publishing you can upload up to 10 pages of a self-created e-book to Amazon for free! Who knows, you might discover a hidden talent in the process…


  1. Go to one of the best parties in the world.

Dry January? More like dry gin please. Why not enter 2017 with a bang(-ing party). To help you narrow your choices, we’ve compiled a list of the best parties to attend from around the world:

  • Burning Man (United States – Black Rock City)
  • Carnival (Brazil – Rio de Janeiro)
  • Mardi Gras (United States – New Orleans)
  • St. Patrick’s Day Festival – (Ireland – Dublin)
  • Full Moon Party (Thailand – Koh Pha Ngan)