John Lewis new collection

John Lewis is a chain of high-end department stores operating throughout the United Kingdom. The chain is owned by the John Lewis Partnership, which was created by Spedan Lewis, son of the founder, John Lewis, in 1929. The first John Lewis store was opened in 1864 in Oxford Street, London. The chain’s slogan is “Never Knowingly Undersold” which has been in use since 1925. Read more


Introducing the SafiloX Brain-sensing Eyewear Platform, Helping Consumers Find Their “Flow” through Beautiful Designer Frames

Safilo Group, the fully integrated Italian eyewear creator and worldwide distributor of quality and trust, and Interaxon, the world leader in consumer brain-sensing technology, present SafiloX, a new eyewear platform designed to infuse the latest brain-sensing and cognitive training technology into lifestyle and iconic eyewear in the Safilo portfolio, which includes brands such as Smith, Carrera and Polaroid.

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Loveness Lee wonderful new Chinese Zodiac collection

About Loveness

Launched in 2016, Loveness Lee is a contemporary British jewellery brand for women with a daring attitude to style. The jewellery is handmade in London using altered, ancient jewellery techniques and traditions. Natural forms, vivid hues and irregular textures define the brand’s unique and statement style. Serendipity plays a big part in the design process as the shapes, colours and textures – although consistently recognisable – cannot be pre-determined. The ‘Trans-natural’ concept behind the jewellery is envisaged from a collaboration between nature, science and art working in unison.

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House of sole event


Queen of the Jungle Georgia Toffolo ‘Toff’ let her inhibitions go with celeb friends in tow at glam Barefoot Wine House of Sole party tonight to celebrate & champion self-expression.

The leggy blonde wowed in a colourful thigh-high slit dress, and was joined by ex TOWIE star Lydia Bright and model Charlotte de Carle, who both looked striking in stunning floral dresses. Read more

Daks vibrant new collection

Our History

From Petticoat Lane and Piccadilly,

to Old Bond Street.

It was in 1894 that Simeon Simpson set up a business as a bespoke tailor in Middlesex Street in London when he was only 16 years old. Being at the centre of the garment trade, Middlesex Street was better known by its nickname “Petticoat Lane”. He was 0 skilled at drawing straight lines and regular curves by hand, which coupled with his enthusiasm and creative sense enabled him to become an entrepreneur. He succeeded in the mass production of quality tailoring for the first time in the world and sought to produce ready-to-wear garments of high quality at the same standard as bespoke tailoring. He soon earned a reputation for “Simpson Suits” and Simeon was able to generate more and more sales outlets, throughout Britain and even abroad.


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Ash From Chaos

Showing from 20th – 28th April 2018 11:00am-7:00pm Daily, First Floor, Lazinc, 29 Sackville Street, Mayfair

Rose McGowan and Dame Vivienne Westwood attended the launch of the ‘Ash From Chaos’ art exhibition by Joe Corré, the son of Sex Pistols Founder Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood last night.

A reserve price of £6 million, has been put on the ‘pile of ash’ from the highly controversial punk memorabilia burn by Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair – which is now immortalised in a dramatic artwork. Read more

Celebrating 55 years of London Hilton on Park Lane


A look back in time …

The grand opening 
On Wednesday 17 April 1963, more than 750 personally invited guests arrived to celebrate the opening of the London Hilton on Park Lane. Among the familiar faces were His Grace the Duke of Bedford, Paul Getty, the oil tycoon, Nubar Gulbenkian, business magnate and socialite, Richard Beeching, chairman of British Railways (later Baron Beeching), Labour’s Deputy Leader, George Brown and many others.  Read more