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 Michelin-starred Lunch For Haute Cuisine Lovers At La Chapelle

There are hardly any industry awards that the Galvin Brothers have not won in their many years of dazzling the London dining scene.

May 23, 2017 | LifestyleRestaurants & Bars

Introducing BIG HORN – Award-Winning Sunglasses from Hong Kong

Say hello to Kevin Ching, designer of BIG HORN – an eyewear brand that is turning heads in Italy, America, Hong Kong and beyond.

May 23, 2017 | Fashion

Fashion & Technology with MR PORTER’s Toby Bateman, Oliver Spencer and Thread’s Terry Betts

MR PORTER managing director Toby Bateman, designer Oliver Spencer and Thread head of business development Terry Betts will be taking part in a panel discussion on the impact of technology on the menswear’s market at this season’s Grooming Room.

May 22, 2017 | Fashion

New Music: Harlequiin

Melt in Olive is the debut single by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, Harlequiin (real name Rory Simmons) featuring the vocals of very talented Elliot Cole, who recently performed on the Lack of Afro album.

May 22, 2017 | Music

Mayfair Art Weekend This June

This June, the creative community of London’s Mayfair is coming together for a weekend of public events to celebrate its rich associations with the arts.

May 22, 2017 | ArtsGroup Exhibition

Celebrate Vegetarian Week Every Week of the Year at OXO Tower Restaurant 

What has been noticeable for this year’s edition of National Vegetarian Week is the lack of coverage on the subject of vegetarianism.

May 20, 2017 | LifestyleRestaurants & Bars

Colossal review: fantasy and stark reality

Colossal is the latest foray into the writing/directing role for brilliant Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes) and jumps straight into a world of magic realism.

May 18, 2017 | FilmReview

The Levelling review: tragedy, loss and deep unresolved family issues

The Levelling is a telling of intense familial drama, written and director by newbie Hope Dickinson Leach.

May 18, 2017 | FilmReview

Exclusive Interview: Duggie Fields

As one of Duggie Fields’ paintings portraying Syd Barrett makes its public debut at The V&A this month, part of the Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains exhibition, I catch up with the artist to talk about his old flatmate, and an artistic journey spanning almost five decades.

May 17, 2017 | Arts

The Game Bird – British Tradition Meets American Panache

Menus that declare their undying loyalty for traditional British cuisine and their support for small, artisanal farms are as common as the sighting of sheep in the Welsh countryside.

May 17, 2017 | LifestyleRestaurants & Bars

Let’s Get Tropical


May 17, 2017 | Fashion

Thaddaeus Ropac’s new London Home

Thaddaeus Ropac only founded his first gallery  in 1983, but quickly set about building a European power-house network of spaces, and has now finally opened his long-awaited new London gallery.

May 16, 2017 | ArtsGroup Exhibition

GONG Bar Launches New Cocktail Menu  

GONG Bar launches brand new cocktail menu: Director’s Cut One of the most eagerly awaited cocktail menu launches of the year, GONG Bar spent over a year to invent, trial and prepare their innovative creations.

May 16, 2017 | LifestyleRestaurants & Bars

WIN: Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan

Our next print issue––The Luxury Issue––lands on newsstands in less than a month and to get you in the mood, we’ve teamed up with the modern-day F Scott Fitzgerald that everyone is talking about.

May 15, 2017 | Lifestyle

Focus: The View

A decade has passed since the release of The View’s Hats off to the Buskers, an album that captures a moment in time when indie music dominated the music scene.

May 14, 2017 | Music

Oh My Got – Diamonds Are A Cuff’s Best Friend

David Gotlib is one of Antwerp’s foremost diamantaires.

May 13, 2017 | Fashion

New Music: Skinny Days

Norwegian pop-producing duo, Skinny Days are back with a new track alongside singer Emilie Adams.

May 12, 2017 | Music

Jawbone review: squares up against personal demons

Jawbone on first appearances is a rather macho affair with all its boxing, illegal fight clubs and Ray Winstones’s cockney boldness but in fact there are more universal themes at the core of this film, touching on topics such as alcoholism, poverty, homelessness, loneliness and loss.

May 12, 2017 | FilmReview

Tomcat review: handheld camerawork with a thriller edge

An indescribable act of madness flummoxes the otherwise passionate and loving relationship between Viennese couple Stefan and Andreas.

May 12, 2017 | FilmReview

Alien Covenant review: grandiose and gruesome

If you’re still gestating Ridley Scott’s Prometheus unsure of whether it was exactly a welcome addition to the Alien family, Covenant may complicate things further.

May 12, 2017 | FilmReview

2017 FW Awards Shortlist Announced

The 2017 FW Awards take place over London Fashion Week Men’s, and the shortlist has been announced.

May 12, 2017 | Fashion