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May Fair Hotel Celebrates London Fashion Week

May Fair Hotel

May Fair Hotel

The May Fair Hotel, the official hotel of London Fashion Week, has concocted a delectable new cocktail to celebrate the season.

The luxury martini, named the Show Stopper, costs £100 and contains the legendary Hennessey Richard cognac which is a blend of vintage cognacs, some from the 1800s.

The cognac is artfully mixed with black cherry Chambord, amaretto, vanilla infused sugar and Moët & Chandon rosé.

The London Fashion Week cocktail will be available in the May Fair Hotel bar which will also be launching a Sunday evening DJ set with DJ du jour, Sunday Girl, as of 19 February.

Sunday Girl will play a set between 6:30pm and 8pm every Sunday until 11 March.

“I'm really excited to be hosting my own Sunday night residency at the May Fair Bar. It'll be a great mix of fashion, music, friends and cocktails. Come along - I'll either be on the decks or on the dance floor!” The DJ and model said.

The hotel is also offering a special Eat, Sleep, Fashion package for Fashion Week goers and followers alike.
Between 10 and 26 February, guests can stay at the five star hotel with £100 to spend in the Quince Restaurant, a full English breakfast and champagne and chocolates delivered to your room for £350 per person per night.

Live catwalk shows will be broadcast around the hotel during the week so you’re never out of fashion and the spa will host special treatments including the crystal ‘Face of Fashion’ massage (£55 for 30 minutes) and the Fashion Eco Chic Pedicure (£65 for 50 minutes).

No doubt packed with fashion Editors from around the world, the May Fair Hotel invites you to be a part of Fashion Week and delivers it right to your bedroom door. 

Olivia Pinnock

I am the Editor of TellusFashion's online magazine and also run a personal blog called Dress Like No One's Judging. I have a taste for anything a little bit different and love discovering emerging talent in the fashion industry. I have previously written fashion articles for Velvet, a local magazine in Cambridge, and websites including Vintage Seekers, Offers Boutique and Blog Preston. I am also i...(Read More)

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