We used to complain about kids locked away for hours on their PCs. Now parents are just as bad, slaves to a new social media culture of self-obsession, argues Adrienne Cullen.
Author: Adrienne Cullen
Adrienne Cullen is an author and journalist based in south-west France. She’s an enthusiastic dinner party hostess – and an even more enthusiastic guest.
We all like to think of ourselves as cosmopolitan – but what good is the cosmo lifestyle unless we maintain a healthy dose of individuality as well, asks Adrienne Cullen?
Summer is outdated, impractical and not much fun any more. But winter has it all: Glorious sunshine, ideal temperatures…and best of all Christmas, insists Adrienne Cullen.
Resigning to spend more time with your family is one of life´s great euphemisms. But maybe now is finally the time to put family first for a change, suggests Adrienne Cullen.
Psychologist Isabella di Carlo examines how the attitude towards luxury is evolving and changing in these challenging times.
Yes, glamour is ephemeral, ethereal and perhaps even ineffable – but it’s also a highly sophisticated and profitable marketing exercise, says Adrienne Cullen
Does life imitate art … or does art imitate life? It probably won’t surprise you to learn that that’s a question I spend many the long hour a-pondering.
If you´re pulling out all the stops to be cool, you´re probably failing miserably, advises lifestyle guru, Adrienne Cullen.
Designer brands are not an indulgence when you´re pump-priming the economy…and helping the western world spend it´s way out of recession, maintains Adrienne Cullen.
Becoming a member of the jet set is like being struck by “the curse of Graham Norton” – life loses all meaning, maintains, Adrienne Cullen.