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The Vintage Guide To London | November 21, 2017

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A greasy spoon with style: E Pellicci

September 1, 2010 |

If you’ve ever walked around Bethnal Green, East London, you may have accidentally stumbled upon a tiny pocket of living history – and you might even get a full English too!
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My Vintage London – Dana Gornitzki, Editor-in-Chief, MIEN Magazine

August 30, 2010 |

This week Dana Gornitzki, Editor-in-Chief of etiquette, style and culture magazine MIEN Magazine shares her vintage London, from where to shop and relax to where to eat and party – the vintage way.

The Vintage Guide to London: Who are you, … Read More

My Vintage London – fine vintage dealer William Banks-Blaney

August 23, 2010 |

This week William Banks-Blaney, fine vintage dealer and interior designer, shares his passion for Sixties Oscar de la Renta and reveals his top vintage shopping destination in London.

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Anyone for Strawberry Tea?

August 21, 2010 |

Everyone loves a tea party. Think vintage tea sets and scones with fresh British strawberries and cream, topped off with a glass of champagne. And bunting, lots of it. We can’t think of a better reason to fill up … Read More

Pick up a picnic

August 20, 2010 |

Make the most of the last few remaining summer days and head to John Lewis Oxford Street, where they have just launched a picnic pick up service – available throughout the summer and early autumn weeks.

Held in the John Lewis Foodhall from … Read More

Shun Starbucks for a cuppa at Dr.Strangebrew Coffee House

August 19, 2010 |

Update: Dr Strangebrew has now closed down.

If you fancy having a coffee in Camden but can’t face the soullessness of Starbucks, Nero and others, head to Dr Strangebrew instead.

The coffee house offers locally roasted fine coffee, teas, scones and homemade cakes. In … Read More