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Category Archive: Shopping in Marylebone

Shopping in London: A guide to buying mid-century modern. Part 1

It’s here, it’s finally here! The modernist’s guide to shopping for mid-century furniture and decor in London. First stop is The Midcentury Show at Lords on Sunday, where 50 vintage dealers from around the UK will be showcasing their wares to modern enthusiasts. Sign up to their mailing list for news about their excellent events, […]

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Sneak Peek: Tracey Neuls + Sanderson shoes

Chintz has never looked so chic since London shoe designer Tracey Neuls got her hands on Sanderson's reissued vintage textiles. This somewhat surprising collaboration between the British heritage wallpaper company, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, and one of London's more avant-garde shoe designers will coincide with London Fashion Week next month. Neuls' gallery-like […]

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Christmas shopping nights in London – part 2

 As promised, here's part two of my Christmas shopping round-up, which actually includes quite a few fairs and fetes, so it's not strictly nights. Part three coming tomorrow… 1 December: Supermarket SarahGet stuck into the spoils of Portobello market courtesy of Supermarket Sarah, when she’ll be setting up shop in the Poke foyer of the […]

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Birdy pick of the week

Enamel bird pendants, from £75, by New Zealand jewellery designer Kirstin Ash at KJ's Laundry. Click here for more birdy picks.

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Christmas lights up London

I went for a stroll around central London and Marylebone last night, and found that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. My vote for the most charming Christmas window? The vintage decoration display in the window at Content Beauty/Wellbeing (above). I don't know how store owner, Imelda Burke, managed to colour-co-ordinate so many […]

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Top London tea spots: Paul Rothe & Son

This traditional café-deli is one of my favourite places to relax with a good cuppa and a sandwich after hitting the shops on Marylebone Lane. The shop itself dates back to 1900, and it still retains that old-fashioned charm of the village grocer. I really dig the old-school caff set-up inside, complete with ‘60s laminate […]

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