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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Last week, the author and personality behind prominent fashion blog The Clothes Whisperer Kristin Knox launched her second book Culture to Catwalk at Liberty.
Recipe – Moscow Mule | Cocktail
With this week’s recipe, Russian Standard puts the Moscow back into the Moscow Mule.
Postmodernism: Style & Subversion exhibition at the V&A
The V&A’s major autumn exhibition is the first in-depth survey of the radical art, design and architecture that challenged the orthodoxies of Modernism, overthrowing purity and simplicity in favour of statement, impact, parody and wit.
Opened by Persian immigrants, Mumbai’s Irani cafés evoke faded colonial elegance, their marble topped tables and bentwood chairs attracting all kinds – from taxi drivers to lawyers as well as families with children.
Moët & Chandon Etoile Award to Mario Testino
In September, London’s focus turns to Fashion and Design as the most important designers present their SS12 collections during Fashion Week, and the London Design Festival begins.
Bungalow 8 at The Venetian Film Festival
The 68th Venice Film Festival will wrap on 10th September, and without doubt the place to be seen was at Amy Sacco’s Bungalow 8.
For three days in later summer each year, the Goodwood Motor Circuit steps back in time to relive the golden age of motor racing.
Hailed as the world’s most innovative chocolatier by The Sunday Times, Paul A Young’s career has included interesting roles at Marco Pierre White’s kitchen at The Criterion Brasserie, at Quo Vadis, Soho as Head Pastry chef. He recently opened his third chocolaterie and flagship store in the heart of Soho on Wardour Street.
Interview – Bassam Ibellini | Luxx Resident DJ
Who better to ask for some advice on musical taste than one of London’s favourite DJs.