So far London Fashion week is a coloured plate with all kinds of different tones and ideas.
We got inspired by the Danish stylist Jeanette Friis Madsen wearing deep green flared pants and a striped sweater and scarf. So far that look sets us in the mood for all kind of coloured things around town.
CHRISTIAN DIOR: DESIGNER OF DREAMS at The Victora & Albert Museum
Spanning 1947 to the present day, this exhibition traces the history and impact of one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers, exploring the enduring influence of the fashion house, and Dior’s relationship with Britain. Get in the mood for red, a Dior classic color.
Till Sunday; July 2019
MEDIUM RARE CULT CABARET, at the Bedford
A whirlwind of entertainment, music & dance sets. Breathless and highly entertaining. Variety at its best. The performance culminates with a DJ playing until 2am.
ORCHIDS: CELEBRATE THE COLOUR OF COLOMBIA at Kew, Royal Botanical Garden
Explore the incredible biodiversity of Colombia through Kew’s spectacularly colourful orchid display. This year, the focus is on Colombia, the world’s most biodiverse country, through a spectacular ensemble of orchid-laden displays, like the carnival of animals, depicting a toucan in flight, a hanging sloth and a swimming turtle.
9 February until 10 March 2019
Take a break and get your nails painted in the colours inspired by London Fashion week. Like the original Cowshed Spa from Babington House in Somerset, there are many local spas scattered all over London, which have the ambiance of a home from home sociable vibe, where you can relax and unwind, of course, it is all about beauty.
THE LILY VANILLI BAKERY for a quick tea & cake.
Lily Vanilli is known in London as a self-made baker of Columbia Rd Café. Her cakes, pastries and cookies look like little jewels on a plate.
Check their Instagram account for weekly fresh bakes, they serve locally roasted Coleman coffee, which tastes delicious.