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Places

Our stay of the week – Rosewood London

Our stay of the week – Rosewood London

Few new hotels will open their doors to as much fanfare as the five-star Rosewood London. Another stalwart from the Rosewood Hotel Group, it’s clear from the moment you approach […]

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People, Places

London Fashion Week Q&A. Four stylish locals share their favourite haunts

London Fashion Week Q&A. Four stylish locals share their favourite haunts

Yesterday marked the end of another London Fashion Week and in a tribute to our stylish capital; we’ve gathered four home-grown tastemakers to share their favourite London hotspots. Megan Trimble, […]

by × February 19, 2014 × 0 comments

Places

London, three ways

London, three ways

Americana: London’s finest US exports The trend for all-American burgers and shakes has put a low-key diner on just about every street corner. Meat Liquor, Five Guys, Shake Shack and […]

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Culture

Things to do in London on New Year’s Day

Things to do in London on New Year’s Day

If you’ve managed to escape seeing in 2014 with a hangover (well done you, please pass the fizzy drinks and bacon sandwiches) you really should tear yourself away from the […]

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Culture

Rocking around the Christmas tree: The best places to sing carols in London

Rocking around the Christmas tree: The best places to sing carols in London

It’s starting. Mulled wine, mince pies, the smell of wrapping paper. You can nearly hear the sleigh bells ringing and the credit cards kerchinging. Christmas is nearly here. But if […]

by × November 28, 2013 × 3 comments

Places

Our stay of the week – Ace Hotel London Shoreditch

Our stay of the week – Ace Hotel London Shoreditch

Only a couple of months into its new life across the pond, Ace Hotel London Shoreditch is the latest outpost of the hipster-magnet Ace Hotel group and the first to […]

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Places

London’s top five open-air swimming pools

London’s top five open-air swimming pools

Who cares that London isn’t by the sea? When the underground feels like descension into fiery hell and you’re more than a little tempted to flop into the Thames, head […]

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Competitions

Exclusive competition: win a five-star stay at The Kensington Hotel

Exclusive competition: win a five-star stay at The Kensington Hotel

Located on a Georgian row in one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, The Kensington Hotel can afford to play with a little flamboyance. Beyond the quintessential white-stucco exterior is a […]

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Food & Drink

London afternoon tea series: Mad Hatter’s tea at Sanderson

London afternoon tea series: Mad Hatter’s tea at Sanderson

Sanderson hotel can lay claim to London’s most wonderfully whimsical afternoon tea. Initially launched in conjunction with Tim Burton’s (shameful) big-budget remake of Alice in Wonderland, the Mad Hatter’s tea […]

by × June 9, 2013 × 1 comment

People

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day four: Niamh Quinn, make-up artist

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day four: Niamh Quinn, make-up artist

Favourite places in London for: Breakfast or brunch?  I haven’t been to the newly-opened Balthazar in London yet, but its my first port of call in New York, so I […]

by × February 17, 2013 × 2 comments

People

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day three: Rachael Wood, co-founder of Chinti and Parker

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day three: Rachael Wood, co-founder of Chinti and Parker

(Rachael pictured above with cousin and Chinti business partner, Anna Singh)  Favourite places in London for: Coffee & cake? Ottolenghi (Notting Hill or Angel) expensive and tight on space, but well […]

by × February 16, 2013 × 0 comments

People

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day two: Max Olesker, men’s style writer at Esquire

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day two: Max Olesker, men’s style writer at Esquire

Favourite places in London for: Breakfast or brunch? If I’ve recently come into money, The Wolseley. You can pretend you’re a character in an Oscar Wilde play, whilst stealing the […]

by × February 15, 2013 × 0 comments