Nozomi

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After scouring the capital’s finest boutiques for those all-important holiday gifts, one feels rather too weighed down by shopping bags to indulge in the typical, stodgy, European, winter fare. This is where Nozomi comes in. Ideally placed, but a stone’s throw from Harrods, this unique restaurant combines a bar with slick, metallic furnishings and fittings,... Read more »

Toni & Guy Styling Tools

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My hair, it has been a journey ever since my last perm in my teens to win that volume back without having to look like something taken from a fashion magazine a la 80’s. I’m Swedish and have inherited the hair of my country, fine, fragile and super soft, and I admit, with the help... Read more »

Corral del Rey

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And so to sunny Spain for my hen do… cue visions of Ibiza-style bucket cocktails, phallic inflatables, all night clubbing, L-Plates and waiters called Alejandro… but "final fling" is not really my style. I was seeking sunshine, culture, good food, conversation and a glorious hotel. So the Matron of Honour and I flew to Seville... Read more »

The Mirror Room at Rosewood London

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Mirror, mirror, on the wall… There is certainly no shortage of mirrors on the wall in Rosewood London’s restaurant, The Mirror Room. They form a kaleidoscope of reflected shapes and throughout the evening you’ll catch reflections of yourself in them, in the big Art Deco mirrors in the dining area, in the silver cups on... Read more »

Chai Wu

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What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than at one of London’s most iconic shops; Harrods of Knightsbridge. Well thanks to Chai Wu, a new contemporary Chinese restaurant located on the fifth floor of this world-famous department store, there is one thing better than shopping . . . eating. Sunday is usually a somewhat... Read more »