A loosely autobiographical novel inspired by an obsession for the global fashion phenomenon and brand, Supreme. David travels with his friend Camilla from New York to Japan and England to visit every Supreme store location on the globe.
“Spending a good 4-5 hours of the morning, as a guest in someone’s house, contemplating whether anyone’s in the bathroom.”
London is a great adventure for someone who wants to go abroad but isn’t ready to get too out of their comfort zone.
Another year and a half has passed and after gathering my entire life into two suitcases and moving back across the Atlantic, I can’t help but think about what it is I’ve learned after leaving London.
Working in a one of the ever-busy cafés of this vibrant, extraordinary and sometimes simply strange metropolis for nine months now I feel like this job has helped me document the strangest antics of Londoners.
Of Henry VIII’s famous six wives, there is no doubt who possesses the worst reputation: fifth wife Katherine Howard. Anne Boleyn may be seen as the “Temptress” but is known as innocent of the adultery and incest charges trumped up to separate Henry from Anne and Anne’s head from the rest of her.
Independence was a good run, but maybe let England take us back??
“At 6 o’clock, I like to slip out of my shoes and into something more comfortable, like a drink,” I purred in a clipped British accent, to the amusement of my friends.
Cake is is pudding, ice cream is pudding, anything served for dessert is pudding, even pudding.
Their accent literally melts your face (and underwear) off.