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The Vintage Guide To London | November 22, 2017

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69 Colebrooke Row: one of London’s best speakeasies

December 17, 2010 |

Tiny with just a handful of tables and only really recognisable by the lantern that hangs outside (there’s no sign or name), you would be forgiven to just walk past 68 Colebrooke Row.
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Famous Londoners: Diana and Unity Mitford – The Fascist Sisters

December 9, 2010 |

 

Rebecca McWattie continues her series on Diana Mitford, the third of the notorious Mitford Sisters, and details her rise to one of Britain’s most well known fascists.

In 1934 Diana accompanied her younger sister Unity who was to stay with an elderly … Read More

Famous Londoners: Diana Mitford – Rebel with a cause

December 2, 2010 |

Rebecca McWattie continues her series on Diana Mitford, the third of the notorious Mitford Sisters, and details her rise to one of Britain’s most well known fascists.

In 1932 Diana was still at the height of her beauty and her life … Read More

For your vintage afternoon tea needs: Soho’s Secret Tea Room

November 21, 2010 |

Entering Soho’s Secret Tea Room above the famous Coach & Horses pub is like stepping into a  timecapsule from the Thirties.
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Where Agatha Christie and Oscar Wilde were regulars: Kettner’s

November 9, 2010 |

Kettner’s is a must-visit in Soho, one of the oldest restaurants in London and steeped in old-school French charm.
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Retro inspired charm at The Painted Lady

October 13, 2010 |

The Painted Lady, a quaint little hair and beauty salon on Redchurch Street just off Brick Lane, offers vintage-inspired hair styling for ladies.

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