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One of a kind: New storytelling exhibit at St James’s Market

Now that Spring has finally (whisper it) sprung, there’s no better time to discover a forged interactive 3D map in St James’s Market Pavilion. Created by architectural firm Squire & Partners the map gives a bird’s eye view of this historic part of the capital, encouraging visitors to explore for themselves. Special sensors will trigger …

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Cowshed Carnaby, Soho

Perfectly located just moments from Carnaby Street, Cowshed Carnaby is a little piece of country heaven in the centre of London, designed especially for beauty on the go.

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Modern Society is not so much a shop but a destination in and of itself, where you’re always bound to find something you’ve never seen before.

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The Institute of Light Illuminates London Fields with ‘Rio Boteco’

SEEN is keen to experience (there’s no other word) the Institute of Light’s latest venture in Hackney’s London Fields, opening on the 8th June. Comprising an arthouse repertory cinema, vinyl record store, restaurant, bar, coffee shop and bookshop, the IOL will be partnering with Brazilian event organisers MargoCamilo.

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Kathryn Sargent: 37 Savile Row

Kathryn Sargent makes history as Savile Row’s first female Master Tailor.
Infusing quintessentially British style with a fresh contemporary vision to offer a truly bespoke service, and steeped in the time-honoured values of legendary Savile Row tailoring, Kathryn Sargent has always been committed to delivering the very highest standard of service, and has become one of the finest purveyors of unique bespoke garments.

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Article’s distinctive streetwear has a home in Brixton! Located on Atlantic Road, underneath the railway arches, Article offers beautifully displayed designer fashion brands, bags and accessories, for men and women.