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Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Man

An exhibition that sheds new light on Leonardo da Vinci’s anatomical work opens at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, in August and runs until November. Da Vinci is long renowned as one of the finest artists of the Renaissance and was also one of the greatest anatomists the...

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Bubbles and Blow Dries at the OXO Tower

OXO Tower Bar has joined forces with OXO Riverside Hair to celebrate the 96th year of International Women's Day on Friday 8th March with bubbles and pampering blow dries. Guests can enjoy a glass of Harvey Nichols Prosecco while having a wash and blow dry or a glamorous up-do. And afterwards...

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Forget the cold with Conran

Jasper Conran is ignoring the endless cold in the capital by launching a new pop-up holiday store. If you’re lusting after a break in the sunshine, this will be perfect for all your holiday essentials!  Designer and creative director of The Conran Shop will launch his one-stop-shop...

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Outstanding Sounds at The Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi Gallery this season is celebrating new Russian Art through the exhibition Gaiety Is The Most Outstanding Feature of The Soviet Union. This powerful acknowledgment of the past and present of Soviet Russia is attributed through a collaboration with the Purcell School of Music and...

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Handbags for Hospices

Next week, celebrities including Davina McCall, Paloma Faith, Gemma Arterton and Zoe Ball are donating their handbags for a very good cause – new charity Handbags for Hospices. The event, taking place at the Hotel Du Vin Brighton on 28th February, supports The Martlets Hospice and is the...

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Find the golden chips at Chez Gerard

Would you believe this week is National Chip Week (and no the irony of the overlap with LFW isn’t lost on us) and while the (too) skinny model debate (yawn) continues to rage, the concurrent controversy over who invented the chip (the French or the Belgians) also shows no sign of abating.

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I Heart Diet Coke

Coke has always loved a limited edition and this year is no different with Marc Jacobs taking on the role of pimping up the Diet Coke cans. Three designs have just been revealed for each decade that Diet Coke has been on our shelves, each headlined with a classic ‘I Heart…&rsquo...

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St Andrews Fashion Show coming to London

St Andrews University is famed for its annual fashion show and not just because Kate Middleton walked down the runway in 2002, no, they are serious about their fashion. They run the Alfa Romeo Young Designer Award, a search for emerging design talent across the UK, which has featured in Vogue and...

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Burning Bright at Hyatt Regency London, The Churchill

Hyatt Regency London, The Churchill is hosting a series of art exhibitions – the third will see the hotel joining forces with the Saatchi Gallery, to celebrate works from emerging artists. The Burning Bright exhibition will run from the 20th February, showcasing art from Saatchi Online; a...

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Fashionably Gluten-Free Tea

Two days to go before London Fashion Week and we all know that we can’t possibly be fashionable unless we’re cutting gluten from our diets – whether for medical or vanity reasons. So Michelin-starred chef William Drabble of the five star St James’ Hotel & Club has...

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