My week in pictures: Gangster rap and Great British Bake Off
By Carla Buzasi

There’s been Eton Mess, green juice and Straight Outta Compton. WGSN Global Chief of Content Carla Buzasi shares her week in pictures

Sep 18, 2015
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If life is all about finding the perfect balance, my camera roll would suggest I’m doing pretty well at the moment. On the food front at least, where I’ve been offsetting a few too many sinful desserts with plenty of green juices.

I’m still dreaming about Nopi’s Eton Mess, the eating of which coincided with my introduction to the Great British Bake Off. I’ve avoided the BBC show ever since it burst onto scenes, but have been sucked in this year and am now hoovering up all the previous episodes on iPlayer. What’s the perfect balance to watching middle-aged men bake cakes in a marquee in Middle England? Gangster rap at the cinema…

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The weekend involved going to see Straight Outta Compton, followed by a marathon session of 1990s hip-hop on Spotify

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On the cover of Brazilian newspaper Valor talking all things WGSN. As you do

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A presentation in Sao Paolo was followed by a flurry of meetings, but I couldn’t resist stopping to snap this quirky wall mural

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Green juice from Retreat Cafe in South London – the best way to make you feel instantly healthy!

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Best. Eton. Mess. EVER.

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