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est. 2007
  1. “My Secret London” with Jane Ellis from KJ’s Laundry

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    In the latest instalment of “My Secret London”, Jane Ellis from Marylebone’s award-winning independent fashion boutique, KJ’s Laundry, spills the secret London addresses from her little black book.

    Best for a bargain? Brick Lane, East London.

    Best for vintage? Hammersmith Vintage Fair.

    Best for fashion? Shop at Bluebird.

    Best for jewellery? Kabiri.

    Best for interiors and gifts? Mint.

    Best for beauty and skincare? Liberty beauty hall.

    Best for kids? Blossom.

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    Best for stationery? Smythson.

    Any other favourites? Chapel Market.

    Your number one London shopping secret? La Fromagerie in Marylebone.

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    Best London souvenir? A retro poster from the Transport Museum.

    Favourite place to eat? Yauatcha.

    Click here for a Wee Birdy map of Jane’s secret London addresses.
    Check out the latest collections online at KJ’s Laundry.

    Huge thanks and wee birdy kisses to Jane for her generous tips and advice.

    • http://makedostyle.blogspot.com Make Do & Mend

      That’s lux livin’ for ya!

    • http://www.disneyrollergirl.blogspot.com Rollergirl

      MMM, Shop at Bluebird is my fave fave fave shop ever!! Hey, nice to meet you last night, wasn’t it fun!

    • http://www.weebirdy.com Top Bird

      Why hi there Rollergirl and Make Do – it was so lovely to finally meet you both last night. It was London bloggers au-go-go! I was too shy to play dress-ups – did you?
      I remember the first time I dragged Mr Top Bird around Shop at Bluebird … he was bemused by my constant fawning and sighing over various bits n pieces. Eventually he dragged me out with the lure of a cupcake, dammit.

    • http://www.little-doodles.blogspot.com Kate

      la fromagerie and pretty looking cakes at yauatcha…yes please!!

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