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Ancienne Ambiance

Ancienne Ambiance comes to Chelsea

November 24, 2014 13:05 | News
Celebrating 10 years in business, Ancienne Ambiance are taking the exciting leap from web to walk in this season. From the comfort of their new Chelsea-based boutique, customers will be taken on a sensual journey through the exquisite scents of...
Temperley London

Temperley London Takes On Winter

November 24, 2014 11:53 | Shopping
Temperley London - a fashion power house, a firm favourite with the Duchess of Cambridge and now the latest pop-up shop on the King's Road.Stocking a special edit of the label's Fall and Winter 2014 offerings, the store will host...
British Red Cross Kensington

Santa Comes to Kensington

November 12, 2014 16:14 | News
Perfect for starting the festive season off in style, the British Red Cross will be transforming Kensington Town Hall into a winter wonderland! Held on the 26th November, whether it’s your baby’s first Christmas or a much-loved family tradition, a...
Mama Browns

Mama Brown's returns to Chelsea

November 10, 2014 09:31 | Shopping
Looking for Christmas gift inspiration? Look no further than Mama Brown’s! Based on the Kings Road, London’s largest pop up store is back, bigger and better than ever from November the 25th.Reinventing an old Victorian postal warehouse, guests will be...
University of London Symphony Orchestra

The Orchestra comes to Kensington

November 10, 2014 09:30 | Entertainment
Kicking off for a new season, The University of London Symphony Orchestra is hosting an exciting programme of Shostakovich, Adams and Bernstein on 23rd November at St. Stephen’s Church in Kensington.Home to one of the leading student orchestras in the...
Ingenue

Harvest - Party dress edit

November 10, 2014 09:29 | Shopping
This party season, those in the-know will be heading to Harvest on the Kings Road. Boasting an unrivalled selection of cocktail dresses and ball gowns for over 20 years, this established Chelsea boutique has both a sought-after collection and a...

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