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101 Date Ideas in London

You’ve probably ended up here after a curious Google of “date ideas in London” or “fabulous date ideas…!” You get the gist! Anyway, we’ve all been there, flicking through pages in frantic search of where to take your better half, and let’s face it, if...

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The Harrods Crowns Auction

As our thoughts turn from the Jubilee to Olympic medals, Harrods is auctioning off four one-of-a-kind designer crowns created by Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, Paul Smith and Lanvin and currently on display in the luxury store’s spectacular Diamond Jubilee windows. So if you aren’t in...

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Team Karl

The Olympics may start on 27 July but, as ever, Karl Lagerfeld’s an early adopter with the launch of Team Karl at Selfridges, an exclusive capsule collection capturing the energy and celebrations around the Games. The line compliments the debut of the main KARL LAGERFELD – KARL MAN +...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Eid Al -Fitr at Dishoom

Dishoom is a wonderful Indian restaurant, not least because it's no ordinary curry house. Oh no, it's a Bombay Cafe that pays homage the city's old Irani Cafes' and it's situated bang in the middle of London on St Martin's Lane.But this month, it's set to be even...

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Game, Set and Bluebird

Wimbledon is in its final, exciting, stages. But while you're biting your nails wondering who will be lifting the trophy in the male and female camps, don't forget that Bluebird in Chelsea has erected its large television screens and redesigned its forecourt, as always, with giant tennis...

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The World Food Marathon at Andaz Liverpool Street

Everyone's getting in the Olympic spirit, and Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel is, too.In these run-up days, the hotel's resident chefs are offering up a daily dish representing one of the 26 countries they're randomly chosen from a hat to be a part of World Food Marathon. Among the...

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Fly to Ripley

If you're an aviation enthusiast but you can't get yourself to the Farnborough Air Show this month because you're stuck at work in London, there may be an alternative for you.Head to Ripley's Believe It Or Not in Piccadilly Circus… and you'll see why: there's an...

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Floridita fetes The Rolling Stones

Floridita in Soho is celebrating fifty years since the first ever Rolling Stones gig at its former incarnation, the Marquee Club, by staging a one-off evening of dining, music and dancing with The Counterfeit Stones. On Thursday 12 July, Floridita will lay on a special edition, sixties-themed...

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Elysium at Prism

This July, Prism, the Harvey Nichols Brasserie in the heart of the City, launches the extravaganza that is Elysium – a sensational floorshow, mixing cabaret, burlesque, circus and illusion. The show will feature dancers, singers and guest acts to deliver a truly dazzling evening! Created...

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Hats off to Piers Atkinson at St Martin’s Lane

Newest pop-up at St Martin’s Lane Hotel’s Front Room exhibition space is mad hatter Piers Atkinson’s dedicated Ascot shop. The St Martin’s Lane location is particularly resonant Atkinson as it’s practically next door to ‘The Coliseum’ where his mother...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

The Veuve Clicquot Polo Experience

MINT Polo in the Park and Veuve Clicquot have got together to create the perfect night out after the Polo by hosting the Veuve Clicquot Experience Party to start the Summer Season on the 8th June at the exclusive Hurlingham Club. If you’re lucky enough to see the fast and furious action on...

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