Anya Hindmarch launches Weave Project
To celebrate the launch of the new Neeson Collection, the Weave Project is an immersive art installation that will take place in Brewer Street Car Park, London. You will find it here from Saturday 16th – Tuesday 19th February during London Fashion Week. It features The Tube – an art piece created by artists collective Numen/For Use. The Tube is constructed from woven mesh that creates ‘an oscillating structure that visitors can climb through to experience the installation from unexpected and surreal angles’.
“You will need to book a ticket to attend the Weave Project. Each 30 minute time slot will allow you to spend time in the space, visit the café and concept store as well as experience the installation. As the installation can only hold a limited number of people at one time, there may be a small waiting time.”
La Fête gets shortlisted for UK Wedding Awards 2019
La Fête, the boutique at heart, multicultural wedding and event company, have been shortlisted for the UK Wedding Awards, co-organised by leading bridal brands, You & Your Wedding and Hitched. La Fête is renowned for their wedding and event planning services, from traditional weddings to extravagant parties. The creative team doesn’t just create experiences – they…read more
Banqueting House to host Anya Hindmarch’s ‘Chubby Cloud’ installation for London Fashion Week
Banqueting House is to host Anya Hindmarch’s creation ‘Chubby Cloud’, to celebrate London Fashion Week. Inspired by the cloud motif in Anya’s AW18 Chubby Collection, this experiential installation will enable visitors to climb on and sink into the world’s largest bean bag – all under the iconic Rubens ceiling in Banqueting House’s Main Hall. Taking…read more
Twilight Trees celebrate their fifth birthday!
Twilight Trees started off a mere sparkle in Susie’s eye and on the 31st January 2014 was officially born! Susie had a small range of LEC Cherry trees, a cheeky smile and a vision… what a vision it was! Now, with 8 tree ranges, a worldwide client base and venues such as Somerset House, Kensington…read more