20s - 7/14 - The Vintage Guide To London
The InterContinental London Park Lane has launched ‘Gin & Jazz’, a monthly tribute of classic cocktails and golden age Jazz in the heart of Mayfair.
Over the coming months a range of carefully selected artists including Benoit Viellefon and …
Last weekend we went along to the annual Chap Olympiad, that wonderful ‘celebration of athletic ineptitude and immaculate trouser creases’.
As usual – and despite the large number of tasteless fake mustaches – there were some amazing outfits to …
If you live in London you will probably have a love-hate relationship with the tube. Or maybe just a hate relationship. But is our current, often far from pleasant experience as tube passengers really unique? What was it like taking the tube in Victorian times or during the Twenties? Andrew Martin’s wonderful book Underground, Overground: A Passenger’s History of the Tube reveals the ups and downs of tube travel through the decades.
If you fancy escaping the weekend crowds on Columbia Road then there’s no better place than Vintage Heaven. What looks like a fab vintage shop from the outside is actually also a brilliant little cafe serving delicious cakes and hot drinks.
Anita’s Vintage Fashion Fairs have been a permanent fixture on the London vintage scene for over seven years, hosting successful fairs in both Battersea and Notting Hill.