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The Elephant’s in the Room: John Lewis’ Roof Garden

Never mind if the sun’s shining or not, just get yourselves up onto the roofs of the city and experience that get-away-from-it-all feeling. John Lewis has outdone itself this year in SEEN’s opinion, hosting a variety of eclectic residencies. The latest is The Elephant, a Michelin-starred restaurant from Torquay. There’s a relaxed yet buzzy vibe up there amid the flowers and summer house.

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On Top of the World: Foley’s at John Lewis

All SEEN can say is, if you want to escape the hot dusty streets of London for a bit (particularly in the evenings), then the roof garden of John Lewis is your best bet. Accessed through ‘The Place to Eat’ on the fifth floor, the roof garden immediately downscales any urban stress as you step …

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H&M and Wes Anderson Come Together

Mulberry’s at it, John Lewis is at it, now H & M have enlisted the talents of Wes Anderson and Adrien Brody to launch their Christmas Campaign. Come Together features Adrien Brody as Conductor Ralph, on a train battling the snowy weather and mechanical problems. Having announced to his passengers that the train will be delayed, Ralph and his assistant Fritz put on a Christmas brunch for their passengers culminating in John and Yoko’s rendition of ‘This is Christmas: War is Over’ as a little boy puts a star on the tree.

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David Hockney Retrospective Kicks Off in Tate Britain

The world’s most extensive retrospective of the work of David Hockney opened on 8th February 2017 at Tate Britain, celebrating the artist’s achievements in painting, drawing, print, photography and video. Hockney is an important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s and considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Organised in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou and The Metropolitan Museum, London is the first stop of this exhibition, which will travel to Paris and New York later on.

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‘My Twisted Valentine’ Is Back at the Barbican

Following a successful run in 2016, this year’s ‘My Twisted Valentine’ season at Barbican Cinema is back this February for those ‘between partners’ or just allergic to ensemble rom-coms. Four beautifully twisted films will be exploring some more interesting sides to love, as a distinctly syrup-free alternative to the regular Valentine’s Day cinematic fare.