Only just returning from several weeks in Morocco, Natalie Bloom knew her time away would be a welcomed break, but little did she know it would profoundly change her outlook.
Raw and authentic, Morocco was such a creative eye-opener. From the endless alleyways of tiny shops selling mountains of spices and impressive Zelij tiles, to the Riads hidden behind simple doors and lush, colourful gardens at Jardins Majorelle, I felt inspired by every moment of our trip. But my overall highlight was simply sitting on a rooftop terrace reminiscing about Patrick Lichfield’s glamorous and still current photograph of the beautiful and damned, Talitha Getty, that was taken in Marrakech during 1969.
- Natalie Bloom