The installation had the same effect on my self esteem as an afternoon spent in the changing rooms at H&M on Oxford Street.
Bab became totally overwhelmed by the audiovisual overflow and proceeded to have a full-on head-banging, floor-licking tantrum.
What?: The Japanese House: Architecture and Life After 1945 is an ambitious interactive exhibition exploring some of the fascinating examples of experimental domestic architecture constructed in Japan in the wake of the Second World War, and the intrinsic link between home and self in Japanese culture
What?: For one weekend only, silly-cute online boutique Greenberry Kids set up shop in Hampstead’s adorable Maison Auguste. The result? A cacophony of enraptured coos and squees as visitors lingered over rails filled with Monbebe bunny bonnet-and-babygrow sets complete with ears and fluffy tails
Be prepared for the potential wallet-battering a trip to a Fancy Kids showcase might precipitate
I can think of no better way to spend a Saturday than eyeing up Nordic newborn knitwear and organic cotton teepees