Who Runs London Fashion Week: A Guide

London Fashion Week, considered to be one of the ‘Big Four’ along with New York, Milan and Paris, takes place twice a year in February and September, platforming the work of over 250 designers to a global audience of influential media and retailers. Organised by the British Fashion Council (BFC) for the London Development Agency…

London’s Best Japanese Food Hall Launches A New Flagship

The Japan Centre is a uniquely immersive retail and food space, entrenching visitors in Japanese culture. Set up like a supermarket with a hot food, sushi bar and bookshop, the Centre offers everything from Europe’s largest selection of sake to freshly ground matcha. Established in 1976, the original Piccadilly venue has always included traditional Japanese…

Inside Miranda July’s Interfaith Pop-Up At Selfridges

An interfaith charity pop-up shop launched unannounced on 1st September in the unlikely setting of Selfridges on Oxford Street. The temporary shop curated by the filmmaker, artist and author Miranda July, commissioned by Artangel, operates as a retail space cum art installation.  In contrast to the backdrop of Selfridges’s luxurious shopping, the pop-up initially appears…

The Best London Food Openings This September

September brings a barrage of new and exciting restaurant openings to London, including Charles Pelletier and Frédéric Peneau’s dining experience at The Mandrake, a new site from the founders of Rawduck, the latest offering from the Sethi’s, as well as a London Fashion Week lunch menu from Skye Gyngell. Something Curated compiles a list of…

The Philistine: The Very Best Of London Culture This September

Something Curated compiles a list of the best cultural events on offer this September, taking a closer look at the creative minds behind the diverse projects.   Exhibitions Worst Gift at Matt’s Gallery || Marianna Simnett (6 Sep–22 Oct) Comprising video, liquid, light and sound, Worst Gift continues Simnett’s ongoing exploration of female subjectivity and…

This Is Why Modern Magazine Is The Publishing Event Not To Miss

The Modern Magazine, magCulture’s annual editorial design conference, returns for its fifth year this November. Having cemented itself as a firm fixture in the editorial design calendar, magCulture is set to extend its offering of an ever evolving dialogue regarding the making of magazines to as wide an audience as possible, providing a platform to…

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