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Céleste Earns Michelin Star in Its First Year

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

If you’ve ever dined at Céleste inside The Lanesborough, you may have to work a little harder now to score a reservation in the coming months. The one-year-old eatery just received its first Michelin star for its French-inspired, modern...


Where to Go, What to Eat and Which Shows to See While in Glasgow, Scotland

BY : Sean Hillen | 2014

Glasgow, Scotland not only offers a rich vein of culture, shopping delight and diverse cuisine, but also an architectural fantasy. It’s a Victorian city with a 21st century attitude, all reflected in eclectic buildings, diverse theatrical and...


An Evening at One Of The Most Prestigious Private Dining Clubs In The World

BY : Parm Parmar | 2016

Having planned a trip to the U.K., Jason Bangerter Executive Chef of Langdon Hall, provided me with an introduction to Mosimann’s in London. As most people in the know recognize, Mosimann’s is one of London’s premiere private clubs...

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Alessandro Michele Talks Gucci Cruise 2017 And His Love For London

BY : Kat Ward | 2016

The first fashion show ever hosted at Westminster Abbey was executed by the current golden child of the fashion world:  Alessandro Michele. Since taking over as creative director of Gucci in 2014, Michele has made a name for...

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Stepping Back in Time at London's Milestone Hotel

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Stepping into London’s Milestone Hotel is like going back in time to a bygone era in England. Its molded ceilings, lattice windows and polished walnut wainscoting act as reminders that this property is more than 300 years old. The five-floor...


The Wellesley: A Hyde Park Retreat in Knightsbridge

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Enjoying a complimentary drive through London in a gleaming Rolls-Royce or ordering a shot of 18th-century Cognac at the bar for $5,000 dollars is just another day at The Wellesley hotel in Knightsbridge. Built on an abandoned metro station...


The Quintessentially English Haymarket Hotel

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Located in a renovated Regency-era building designed by John Nash in 1820 and next door to the Haymarket Theatre Roya, the Haymarket Hotel in London is the brainchild of British hoteliers Tim and Kit Kemp. Compared to most hotels, and...


London's Victorian Grand Dame Hotel

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Built in 1865, and one of London's grandest hotels catering to tourists traveling there on the developing railway network, the five-star Langham sits directly across from the BBC, the company that owned it until 1965. Frequented by...


J.W. Anderson Interprets Modern Fairy Tales for Men's Spring 2017

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2016

J.W. Anderson’s fairy-tale collection is far from the images of Disney princesses and ethereal wedding gowns that we’ve come to expect on the runway. His Men’s Spring 2017 show, held yesterday in London, was a sartorial narrative...

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Children Should be Seen and Not Heard? Luxury Hotels Beg to Differ

BY : Jessica Hines | 2016

Luxury hotels have long been advertised as chic destinations for affluent guests; places where kids are at worst not welcome, or at best must always be on their finest behavior. These days, however, the luxury market is becoming extremely child...


Birds of a Feather: Why Designers are Flocking to Kate MccGwire

BY : Holly Howe | 2016

When the directors of MoMu, Belgium’s leading fashion museum, contacted British artist Kate MccGwire to ask her to produce work for its 2014 “Birds of Paradise: Plumes & Feathers in Fashion” exhibition, she thought they were...

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Out to Lunch in London

BY : Sean Hillen | 2016

Like most major cities, dining options are plentiful in London, and sometimes it can be difficult trying to navigate which to try. If you’re in the city for lunch, we scoured the scene to find a few choices to get your culinary experiences...

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