London transforms into a mirage of beautiful people in beautiful garments for a special seven-day extravaganza we like to call London Fashion Week. When these fabulous people aren’t at a show, here are 5 haute places they will be seen in the scene.
The London Edition
The Edition hotels have become a powerful presence in the hautest cities around the world. The London Edition is no exception, attracting celebrities and models to its urban-chic venues. The who’s who of Fashion Week will frequent their brunch at Berner’s Tavern, enjoy an afternoon cocktail at Punch Room or dance the night away at BASEMENT.
10 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NP
During a model-filled week we gain a slight motivation to cut down on carbs and eat healthy. The trendiest place to be seen working on your weight is Ethos. It’s not fancy, but is located in Central and is a quicker option for people on-the-go and in between shows. This is your detox option, so you can retox later.
48 EastCastle Street
The Arts Club
When Stella McCartney helps design a venue, you better believe it’s a haute place to be. This is a must for fashion lovers who appreciate a glamorous ambiance. The Arts Club features many different venues for those seeking ambiance options. They have a lovely and relaxing outdoor garden, brasserie, members club and newly completed rooftop restaurant Kyubi. The rooftop eatery has been recognized not only for it’s décor and style, but also for its exceptional Japanese food and crafted cocktail menu. You can’t go wrong with this one.
The Rumpus Rooms
If trendy was a bar, Rumpus Rooms would be it. When it’s getting late and you are still keen on having a couple more drinks you should head here. It attracts a sexy and sophisticated crowd in an exclusive bar setting. They have a beautiful outdoor terrace looking over the Thames and under the stars. ‘Rumpus Room brings back this era, a time when a party was more than a party, it was a lifestyle, an experience, a flash in time, that was gone before you knew it happened.’
Mondrian London, 20 Upper Ground
The Thompson Hotels seem to always do it right. Belgraves has the feel of a private club where trendsetters stay to feel at ease in a chic boutique hotel. This will be a haven of models and celebrities looking for a discrete place to unwind, have a drink and enjoy the city. It’s ‘British boho’ at it’s finest.
20 Chesham Place