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Oris + The Nomad Barber for Movember

In an excellent initiative to promote awareness around male health issues such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide to name but three, Swiss watchmakers Oris will be collaborating with award-winning The Nomad Barber in Shoreditch to publicise a special Movember edition of the iconic Diver Sixty-Five watch.

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Wolfgang Tillmans: Sleepwalkers into the Abyss

The artist Wolfgang Tillmans has released a statement stating his gratitude for being a German artist in the UK; his career has been forged from a post-war culture of peace, reconciliation and rebirth. The clean lines and cool aesthetic in his installations are at once troubling, yet somehow they set up more questions than they can answer.

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#DAZEDKIDSNEWYORK Celebrates its London Launch with Dazed Magazine and Crystal Head Vodka

It will come as no surprise to regular readers to learn that SEEN loves Vodka, DKNY and Dazed Magazine. Thus, three of our favourites were combined to stunning effect at an exclusive party in Shoreditch (where else?). DKNY and Dazed magazine were in the East End to celebrate the London launch of the #DxKxNxYx acronym collection. The sweaters and tees feature the acronyms Designers Know Nothing Yet, Dazed Kids New York and Don’t Knock New York with cocktails by Crystal Head Vodka.

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DISCOVER THE TASTE OF LONDON

Come anytime from 15th to 19th June at Regent’s Park to discover the Taste of London, a foodie wonderland offering five days of eating, drinking, entertainment and summer fun.

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SOHO stands with orlando

Last night, in an incredibly moving show of solidarity and defiance, thousands descended on Soho’s Old Compton Street to remember the men and women who were massacred in Orlando.

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Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Will Be Screened Live In London

Muhammad Ali had a strong affinity for London, visiting on many occasions. His first professional fight outside the US took place at Wembley in 1963, in a famous bout against Henry Cooper, followed by a rematch at Highbury three years later. The Standard has an excellent piece on Ali’s many other trips to our city, including the memorable 1999 visit to Brixton and the day he dressed up as a City gent.

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London’s Gardens and Squares – Open Next Weekend

Around 200 gardens across 25 London boroughs will be open to the public to explore for two days, 18th – 19th June, during the Open Garden Squares Weekend, a highly anticipated event in London’s cultural calendar, organised by the London Parks and Gardens Trust.

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Absolutely Fabulous: It’s the Movie, Sweetie Darling!

SEEN adored Ab Fab in the 90s and were thrilled to their Louboutin heels to discover that at long last a feature film was on the cards. Sensibly, the film sticks with the cast from the series: Jennifer Saunders as PR Edina, Joanna Lumley as the hapless fashion editor Patsy, Julia Sawalha as disapproving daughter Saffy, Jane Horrocks as daffy Bubble and June Whitfield as Edina’s long-suffering Mother.

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Spiceworld: The Exhibition

To coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the Spice Girls hit single, Wannabe, Watford Colosseum will be hosting an exhibition dedicated to the 90’s pop phenomenon The Spice Girls.