Places to visit in London

As New York Fashion week is coming to an end. It is only a couple of days until London, welcomes back its fashion week full of a/w 17/18 collections. As we are all aware London has plenty to offer, be that shopping on Oxford street & Regent street or seeing the typical tourist sites. If you are down in London for fashion week or are going in the future,  check out our handy guide to some interesting places to visit.


Places to eat

Bel - Air : 54 Paul St, London EC2A 4LN

Fast food with a healthy stance. Colourful salads inspired by the energy and vibes of LA, is sure to brighten up any gloomy London day.



Sky Garden - 1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF

 Sky Garden is free to visit and features stunning views of the city of London along with beautiful landscaped gardens, decks and an open terrace. Not to mention plenty of food choice to choose from! 



Ralph's Coffee & Bar - 173 Regent St, Mayfair, London W1B 4JQ

Ralph Lauren has duplicated his Polo Bar from New york and has opened his first dining experience in London. The stunning country club inspired interior is enough, to persuade us.


The Distillery - 186 Portobello Rd, London W11 1LA

If you are a lover of gin, then this is the place for you. The distillery offers bespoke blends as well as British and Mediterraneanan inspired dishes.


Places to shop

The Estee Edit - 46 Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9PS

Estee Lauder have opened their new store focusing on targeting a younger customer through their new Estee edit range. The store features photo booths and tons of customisation options, definitely a must for anyone interested in beauty.


OTHER/Shop - 3 Berwick St, Carnaby, London W1F 0DR

A boutique that focuses on quality, contemporary design, art and fashion. 

Lululemon - 187-191 Regent Street W1B 4JP

The sportswear brand lets you shop for your workout while being able to test out your new items in the flexi-space. Which offers workout and yoga services.



Valextra - 129 Mount St, Mayfair, London W1K 3NX

If you are in love with leather accessories that are trendy and chic this shop is for you. 


Places to see

Fear & Love Exhibition - The Design Museum

The exhibition highlights a variety of modern-day issues from sexuality, technology to slow fashion and much more.


Josef Frank - Fashion & Textiles Museum

Franks work focuses on colour patterns and prints with a modern outlook. If you are a designer or love fashion design this is for you.


Transcending boundaries - Pace Gallery

An interactive exhibition which explores digital technology and breaking free from the traditional art frames that we see. Encouraging viewers to become one with the artwork.


Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion - V&A Museum

If you prefer to expand on your knowledge, the new Balenciaga exhibition is for you. Showcasing some of the designer's traditional designs and how it has set the tone for modern fashion.