Saturday, 23 October 2010

On psychogeography and walking in style

With half term week approaching, many of you are probably wondering how to get the kids out of the house and how to encourage them to be a little more active? Over at The Dabbler this week, I step back in time on a psychogeographic journey to the days when children enjoyed walking. And I've come up with a few novel ideas involving books and celebrities that may help to get children stepping out in style.

The latest trends from ShopCurious also indicate that lifestyle walks are an increasingly popular way of exploring fashion, art and design districts to find out what exciting new things are going on. Read today's Curious Trends article and you'll probably want to step out on your own psychogeographic expedition...

Do you?


Profoundly Superficial said...

Antwerp is a great city for walking in style. It's home to fashion designers such as Ann Demeulemeester, Dries van Noten and Walter van Bierendonck, and there are plenty of other stylish venues and quirky Belgian cafés to visit. If you arrive by train, check out the tourist information centre as you leave the front of the station. It's next to the entrance to the zoo. They can supply you with everything you need to know.

PS Susan, thanks so much for your sweet comment about Martha. I've added a little information about her on my blog.

Susan said...

Thanks Annie - I haven't been to Antwerp for a few years so have some catching up to do. Thanks also for the update on Martha - very sad.