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The Berkeley launches new Prêt-à-Portea

Hands up if you’ve been guilty of lusting after designer labels, sneaking into sample sales or getting clothes envy flicking through a magazine? Well if so then we have something sure to tickle your fashion bone,  in celebration of the launch of the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum this week, the Berkeley Hotel has created it’s very own Prêt-à-Portea; a sumptuous afternoon tea inspired by the godfather of British fashion’s most iconic designs. First up, it’s those ‘armdadillo’ shoes made famous by the likes of Lady Gaga. Tuck in to the fancy footwear which has […]

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A Secret Mexican Party…

When you think of Coyote Ugly, what probably comes to mind is a hot, scantily-clad Piper Parabo giving it her all dancing atop a bar, right? And when you think of Mexico, it’s all margaritas, mezcal and moustaches, yes? So if some (very wise) guy decided to combine the two that’d be pretty darn awesome, huh? Step forward Peyote Ugly. Feeling revitalised having spent a few weeks dancing around campfires, playing the banjo and generally soul-searching in the Chihuahuan Desert, Peyote Ugly is returning to Mayfair’s naughtiest Mexican joint on 24th February for a second instalment of tequila-fuelled mayhem. Sombreros […]

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Calling all catwalk queens…

Calling all FROW fashionistas and catwalk queens to the hottest party of London Fashion Week… Having showcased their AW 2015 collection at Horse Guards Parade (tipped to wow the crowds) Norwegian fashion designers Kristian and Hila Aadnevik are celebrating in style by hosting the party to end all parties at Chelsea’s Eclipse bar on 23rd February. Kristian has dressed whole host of stars, including Beyonce, Rihanna, Cheryl Cole and Nicole Scherzinger, to name but a few, and this bash is expected to a star-studded event, attended by the designers, a bevvy of models, fashion insiders and plenty of recognisable faces […]

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Hawker House Returns…

We love street food, music, cocktails and crisp winter air but, really, we sort of love being in the warmth too don’t we? Fear not, you no longer have to worry about the cold and you can still have all the excitement of being out on the streets as Hawker House is back. An abandoned office block is set to be transformed dramatically into three floors of street food. Whether you’re a cocktail and a burger person, or a beer and a curry or even whisky and jazz, Hawker House caters for all. Oh, did we mention there’s a Whisky […]

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Fragrant Cocktails with Givenchy

Ever been told you smell good enough to eat? Well, now someone can eat you. Well, drink you anyway… Café Royal is teaming up with Parfums Givenchy for what is quite possibly the chicest cocktail experience in London, launching on 1st February. The Atelier Collection of Cocktails mirror the seven fragrances of the L’Atelier de Givenchy fragrance collection, with each creation an exquisite mix of fragrance and flavour reflecting the quintessential Givenchy style. Developed by top mixologist Tiziano Tasso, the exclusive cocktail collection will be available in the hotel’s Green Bar and promises both oral and olfactory stimulation. The Ambre […]

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Our Guide To… Burns Night in London

This Sunday is Burns Night, a day of haggis, piping and poetry. For those of you who don’t know the history of Burns Night, let us tell you. Scotland’s National Poet, Robert Burns (or Rabbie, as he was known), may have only lived until he was 37 but in that time he wrote some pretty epic poems, including Auld Lang Syne and an Address to Haggis. After his death on the 25th January 1796, his friends started to celebrate his life, and so Burns Night was born and London well and truly adopted it. Celebrating with haggis, tatties, neeps and whisky, […]

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Our Guide To… Burns Night in London

This Sunday is Burns Night, a day of haggis, piping and poetry. For those of you who don’t know the history of Burns Night, let us tell you. Scotland’s National Poet, Robert Burns (or Rabbie, as he was known), may have only lived until he was 37 but in that time he wrote some pretty epic poems, including Auld Lang Syne and an Address to Haggis. After his death on the 25th January 1796, his friends started to celebrate his life, and so Burns Night was born and London well and truly adopted it. Celebrating with haggis, tatties, neeps and whisky, […]

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London Art Studies launches ‘spas for the mind’

So we’re all busy refining our waistlines, but how about refining your mind too? New Year, New You after all. On 20th January, London Art Studies is launching ‘spas for the mind’, an exclusive partnership with the Bulgari Hotel which brings art to you in an accessible and fun format. Whether you’re a complete novice or fancy yourself as a bit of an art whizz, the new art ‘power hours’ and ‘In Focus’ mornings will keep you up to speed on what’s hot in the art world and provide welcome respite from the daily grind. Over coffee or a cocktail, […]

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Our Guide To… The Top Films to See in 2015

The beginning of 2015 sees the end of our best friend Orange Wednesdays. While this breaks our little cinema-going hearts and is a cruel hit on the wallet, we can’t not go to the cinema. Yes, Netflix does a good job of being there for you in the form of 90s movies on repeat when your hangover means your pyjamas stay on one too many days. But for the days when you want to chill out but go out, the cinema is the place to be… With awards season upon us, we’ve rounded up some of the most anticipated films of 2015, meaning that […]

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Our Guide To… The Top Films to See in 2015

The beginning of 2015 sees the end of our best friend Orange Wednesdays. While this breaks our little cinema-going hearts and is a cruel hit on the wallet, we can’t not go to the cinema. Yes, Netflix does a good job of being there for you in the form of 90s movies on repeat when your hangover means your pyjamas stay on one too many days. But for the days when you want to chill out but go out, the cinema is the place to be… With awards season upon us, we’ve rounded up some of the most anticipated films of 2015, meaning that […]

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