A Fashionista’s Guide To London

A Fashionista’s Guide To London

London. The city of fashion, art, culture, cuisine and one of the most popular destinations in the world. There is a certain Je Ne sais Quoi associated with London, and the uber cool streets of Soho, Camden and Chelsea have plenty to offer. Whether it's the bars, restaurants or shopping, the underbelly of the city has something for everyone.

 If you're looking for the ultimate experience this summer, look no further, as we give you the low-down on London!


For that get-up-and-go breakfast: The Breakfast Club (33 D'Arblay Street)

 No trip to Soho would be complete without a visit to The Breakfast Club! Feast on everything from pancakes to a traditional English breakfast, all washed down with a healthy smoothie or cup of English Tea. 

For that tourist fix: Dominion Theatre (268-269 Tottenham Court Rd)

Feast on culture with a trip to the theatre. This central London based 2000 seat venue is ideal for catching a show, previously hosting productions of Grease, Swan Lake and We Will Rock You. Look out for the huge Freddie Mercury statue as you make your way in for the show!

For that flat white: Soho Grind (19 Beak Street)


The perfect espresso bar for a quick coffee between shows. A bustling atmosphere with the clientele to match, get your caffeine fix from this fabulous coffee shop.

For hitting the shops: Liberty

 Opened in 1875, Liberty’s has become an iconic landmark amongst London’s retail elite, specializing in designer brands with a British heritage twist. Take a look for those last minute essentials.

Have you visited London? Where are your top recommendations?

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