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Rok the Boat

Yet another fashion collaboration is planned for Fall/Winter, but this time the resulting collection is looking much more interesting. High street staple Whistles, who have had a quiet run in recent times, have enlisted the help of London Fashion Week favourite Roksanda Ilincic, whose quirky...

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Its a kind of magic …

Some call it voodoo but we call it JuJu.  This hip new Chelsea hang out, owned by celebrity pairing Lee Chapman and Leslie Ash and designed by Martin Burdnizk, creative force behind The Club at the Ivy and St Pancras Grand, has just clinched the coveted accolade of ‘Best New Bar’...

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Picnic in the Park

Even the most enthusiastic city-dweller finds themselves yearning for some green open space and the chance to relax as spring awakens – and one of London’s quirkier private members clubs is helping us make the most of the sentiment. Enter The Fox Club, a venue which works to change the...

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Augmented Reality

We recommend that any technologically-savvy reader gets down to the Nokia flagship store on Regent Street this weekend to experience the first ever Augmented Reality Exhibition in the UK, completely free of charge. Until 12pm on Monday all customers are invited to take a journey into the world of...

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Fashion & Beauty

Body Works West

Behind Westbourne Grove, in the quiet mews of Lambton Place, lies a hidden sanctuary for Notting Hill beauty bodies. Body Works West encompasses everything you’re after. The gym itself is full of the latest gadgets; with Pilates and dance equipment- perfect for stretching and core muscles-...

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Openings & Launches

London Pride

Until recently, our city was more famous for spawning bars than breweries but now with three new ventures within the M25, we’re more than just a capital of consumption. Sambrook's Brewery, in Battersea Square, a short hop from the now defunct Young’s, was set up by ex accountant...

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Alto Opens

There is simply no let-up in the number of hot new London venues springing up in place of their now retired predecessors. The latest is named Alto, which takes the former site of Umbaba. A stylish premise of Art Nouveau inspiration and elegant decadence, the venue will be opening this June for...

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Volstead speakeasy

The recession is spawning a host of speakeasy style joints all eager to capitalise on the current Prohibition vibe but Volstead is the real deal and history buffs will clock that it’s named after Andrew Volstead, the American Republican charged with enabling the National Prohibition Act of...

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Storyteller

The Artist is a Storyteller……. Telling the story in an alternative way is Celina Teague’s quest. This Wednesday (17th June) her new exhibition opens and be expected for a journey into a galaxy never imagined fall of passion and brilliance.  Her works have a way of immersing one...

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A Weighty Issue

Editor of British Vogue Alexandra Shulman has joined the ongoing media debate about superskinny models with a harshly-worded letter to the biggest names in the fashion industry, The Times reported today. The newspaper quotes Shulman on the current phenomenon of “jutting bones and no breasts...

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