This is where you must go
Photo courtesy of Restaurant Ours
As London Fashion Week is at full throttle and fashion enthusiasts from all over the world have flocked to the British capital, you might be wondering: where do all these stylish designers, models, fashion editors and photographers, bloggers and celebrities go when they’re not in one of the many catwalk shows, parties and after-parties?
We prepared a list of the coolest and most fashionable spots in London, where you can rub shoulders with the fashion crowd, see the latest street-style trends and find some great inspiration for your wardrobe.
The best place to have breakfast or an afternoon tea, the Wolseley is not a new spot but has been a favourite for some time now, among the fashion crowd and celebrities like Kate Moss and friends. Make sure to have a reservation as tables are almost impossible to get. And a last and vital tip; the mezzanine is the right place to be if you want to see some well-known faces.
This trendy Cantonese cuisine restaurant has prepared a special set menu for the Fashion Week goers so you will surely meet many of them there. The beautiful location has a retro look; award-winning architects restored it inspired by the traditional Hong Kong tea restaurant of the '60s.
The most fashionable store in the world, it is the go-to shopping choice for all fashion enthusiasts. For the London Fashion Week, they prepared new installations and are having special fashion launches.
This restaurant has been absolutely crowded since it’s opening, so we doubt you will be able to make a reservation during LFW, but it’s worth trying, who knows, right?
Year in, year out, the private member’s club Annabel’s is THE place to go when in London. The chic club has recently been refurbished and is the perfect choice for after-party drinks. It is the favourite spot of Vogue's people, by the way, the magazine recently hosted there the Vogue Fashion & Film party. You will have to be invited by a member to be allowed in, but just a visit to Annabel's surreal and "so tacky that it's wonderful" pink bathroom, and you'll agree it was worth the trouble.
Located in a ’60s launderette, the industrial space is home to a huge shared office and creative hub, the restaurant and bar Wringer & Mangle, and an event venue. It's a cool address for stylish, artsy people and music lovers since the owner is Radiohead's guitarist.
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The Asian-fusion restaurant and bar with amazing installations by Damian Hirst and Frank Gehry, are the spot for fashionable people. Expect to see artists, smart fashion editors and bloggers, and eat some delicious food, which they serve till late.
This super-glam restaurant is conveniently located just across Harrod’s, London’s shopping paradise, so it is the perfect place to refuel your energy after a full-day shopping.
This bar with a fantastic view of the Thames is the best place to go for excellent cocktails. In fact, it has won the Best Bar Spirited Awards in 2017 and is worth a visit. But hurry because sadly, they will soon shut.
The trendy restaurant and cocktail lounge in the heart of Knightsbridge is famous for its beautiful walls covered in flowers and excellent food. You've probably already seen it on your feed; it is one of the most popular spots because of its Instagram opportunities.
And since you’re in London, Alexa’s Chung home, why not pay a visit to her hairdresser to take care of your hair and get into the LFW spirit?