What ho! To celebrate the release of the brand new Jeeves and Wooster novel Jeeves and the Wedding Bells (this time written by Sebastian Faulks), we’ve put together the ultimate Jeeves and Wooster guide to London… Continue reading
London is famous for its department stores like Harrods and Selfridges, but it’s the city’s small, independent shops which really give it character.
This week, we talk to Shivaun Woolfson — one half of Woolfson & Tay, an independent bookshop in London’s Bankside area.
There are undoubtedly threats to independent bookshops, but Woolfson & Tay seems to have found a formula that works. They’re more than just a really well-curated bookshop manned by passionate readers: they’re a community centre, a supporter of the arts and a great place to grab a coffee or some authentic Malaysian food.
Here’s what Shivaun told us about her recipe for success… Continue reading
But according to Richard Williams, The Royal Horseguards Hotel’s head concierge, the best way to see the sights and get around the capital is to hop on your bike and go for a cycle… Continue reading
Guess which statements we’ve fabricated and you could win yourself a bottle of champagne… Continue reading
You’ve been going around London taking some stunning photos of the city for our recent photography competition. These are some of our favourites… Continue reading
Pearls are like the little black dress of the jewellery world. They’re timeless, effortlessly elegant and can be dressed up, or down. But how much do you really know about those sought-after beads which dangle from your ears or glisten on your neck?
As the V&A’s Pearls exhibition opens its doors this month, we delve into the history of pearls and have put together a handy guide to help you find some of the finest pearls in London… Continue reading
As London Fashion Week 2013 (LFW) rolls into London this month, we managed to have a sit-down with some of the fashion world’s most exciting style bloggers to pick their brains about what they love most about LFW, what trends they want to see on the catwalks and what they really think about the ‘London look’.
Before you even consider hitting the shops or taking your seat at a show, read on… Continue reading
Up for grabs is a decadent afternoon tea for two at The Charing Cross hotel – an ex-railway station turned luxury hotel which oozes old-world charm.
To kick things off and give you some inspiration, we sat down with photographer, London resident and blogger Mo Grieg to find out what she loves most about her city… Continue reading
There are some historic and iconic structures around the world which offer great views and have become symbols for their cities. How many of the towers on our list have you seen? Continue reading
The Kate Effect is well documented in the fashion world. But now that she’s started shopping for baby clothes and we’re bracing ourselves for the imminent arrival of the royal baby, we’re all very interested in which London-based baby boutiques and specialists she’s given her seal of approval to.
This week we’re hearing from bloggers who’ve been following where Kate’s been shopping and what she’s been buying and have put together a handy guide on where to go shopping for your baby in the capital. Continue reading