Nigella Nigella damascena earns the common name "Love-in-a-Mist" because of the tangle of ferny, fennel-like foliage that forms a mist around the flowers. Once you see N. Its botanical genus name is derived from Niger , the Latin word for black, which refers to the rich black seeds of the plant, and the species is named after Damascus, a city near which the plant grows in the wild. The foliage of N.
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Her ample chest looked in danger of spilling over the top of the corseted creation from her preferred designer, Vivienne Westwood, as she appeared on the red carpet at an event last night. Nigella, 47, has become the poster-girl for the Rubenesque figure which was idealised for centuries until the fashion world decreed an absence of curves was more desirable. Thankfully Nigella has ignored the current wisdom and held fast to her voluptuous shape which has won her many fans, male and female alike. Nigella attended the event, which was organised by Alexandra Shulman the editor of British Vogue, to mark the official launch of the museum's autumn exhibition, 'The Golden Age of Couture: Paris and London - '.
Nigella Lucy Lawson born 6 January  is an English food writer and television chef. Lyons and Co. She attended Godolphin and Latymer School , London. After graduating from the University of Oxford , where she was a member of Lady Margaret Hall ,  Lawson started work as a book reviewer and restaurant critic, later becoming the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times in