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Wimbledon at Old Spitalfields Market

Tennis fans are spoilt for choice this year in the capital. SEEN hears that on July 14th, to celebrate one of the most exciting matches in tennis, the Men’s Semi-Finals at Wimbledon, Old Spitalfields Market is dedicating its July night market to creating a ‘Wimbledon away from Wimbledon’.

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Truly Scrumptious: Naughty by Nature ‘Free From Festival’ Pop Up

When food is free from gluten, dairy and other substances that we take for granted in our daily diet, it doesn’t have to mean free from taste, texture and pleasure. Thus was the Naughty by Nature Pop Up born. Bringing ‘free from’ foods into the mainstream and away from its slightly jaded persona of worthy and good for you (but somehow lacking in appeal and flavour).

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Joshua Kane Launches Interactive Campaign

On the 13th September, neo-dandy tailor Joshua Kane released a new interactive video concept featuring his SS17 collection on his website, entitled I Can’t Change. Ever the innovator, Joshua Kane continues his collaboration with LAB SERIES Skincare for Men.

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The Holy Birds

The Holy Birds, London’s only restaurant to specialise in poultry, is a unique dining experience inspired by the 1960s London music and art scene. On 23rd January, award-winning entrepreneurs Gerry and Jon Calabrese will be opening the doors of their refurbished restaurant, close to Spitalfields Market. The Holy Birds is the latest addition to the Calabrese House family, which already includes the Hoxton Pony and Wringer + Mangle.

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Sadie Williams

“I’ve always been quite mad about clothes. I used to choose my outfits for school from when I was a really little girl because my primary school had no uniform, so I remember experimenting with my style from then.”

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The Lungs of London

Like many World Cities, London has redefined the idea of a park. Between 1831 and 1925, London was the biggest city in the world. People attracted by opportunity discovered a city ill-equipped to take care of this rise in population. Along with improvements in transportation, housing and sanitation came the realisation that something needed to be done to decompress the city, if people were to thrive. As the city grew, and swallowed more of the surrounding countryside, there came calls for open areas of parkland to remain.