This week we gathered for an exclusive breakfast preview to celebrate the unveiling of The Conran Shop’s beautifully redesigned Marylebone store.
Christian Louboutin’s retrospective at the Design Museum is a celebration of balance and beauty
The biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years provides a compelling portrait
This weekend the Saatchi Gallery in London once again hosted COLLECT, the Craft Council’s annual fair of museum
Bringing Parisian chic to Mayfair, Hermès celebrates its 175th anniversary with a fantastic celebration
Clerkenwell was buzzing this week as its streets came alive with designers, installations, pop up stalls and parties.
LUX and the ICA have teamed up for their first year of Biennial of Moving Images
Summer 2012 sees a celebration of all things Bauhaus with the Barbican’s retrospective on the famous design school.
Opening tomorrow and designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei, the new pavilion at The Serpentine Gallery
Yesterday we attended the RCA Kensington’s 2012 Fashion Show during which postgraduate students from the school’s prestigious fashion programme
Thomas Heatherwick has designed a diversity of objects, from bridges to buses to buildings, now celebrated in an exhibition at the V&A.
Formerly a Mayfair pub, Burger & Lobster is the much talked about restaurant to rival the likes of Meat Liquor.
With all eyes on London this summer, the Southbank Centre has kickstarted its Festival of the World exhibition.
Last night I went to the preview of Taste of London, which kicks off today through Sunday in Regent’s Park.
The web address of Mark Hix’s latest restaurant, Tramshed, is www.chickenandsteak.co.uk and sure enough the restaurant offers
Last night, we went to the private view of Wallpaper*’s annual Architects Directory exhibition.
The Filling Station is the latest pop up from the people behind Bistrotheque. Housed in a former petrol station in Kings Cross
Moving across the road from last year’s Temporium pop-up, Dezeen have now established their first Super Store at 38 Monmouth Street, WC2.
Gallery Libby Sellers has just launched a beautiful new exhibition called ‘Games’ to coincide with the Olympics.
Just in time for Wimbledon, the legendary French tennis label Lacoste has opened on London’s Brompton Road.
42°Raw redefines modern-day healthy eating by presenting contemporary interpretations of uncooked food.
H&M’s pop up sportswear shop has opened on Mercer Street, Covent Garden
Designing 007: Fifty years of Bond Style is a great way to mark James Bond’s fiftieth anniversary.
‘Summer Series’ at Somerset House
A project which allows for creative’s to work to a completely open brief always makes for an exciting exhibition.
All should visit the incredible tanks uncovered by Herzog & de Meuron at Tate Modern. Having laid empty since 1981
I have always loved Julian Opie’s work so I was thrilled about his retrospective at the Lisson Gallery
French chic comes to London with the launch of Chanel’s pop-up beauty and fragrance boutique in Covent Garden’s piazza.
Last night I was lucky to be invited to the V&A to a gala dinner to celebrate All Eyes on Korea.
Last night I went to Somerset House, the Olympic house of Brazil, the host country of the 2016 Olympics.
As a lover of all things classical, I was intrigued to visit this new multi-arts exhibition inspired by Titian’s Metamorphoses masterpieces.
Alexandra Palace, perched high on a hill above London has turned orange for the duration of the Olympics as it plays host to the Dutch team’s supporters.
Here at Camron, we’ve all been swept up by the excitement of the Jubi-lympics so Neil and I were delighted to visit Barbara Chandler’s new Celebration! exhibition at Pitfield London.
Last week I popped down to St Martin’s Courtyard for a screening of the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
An exhibition of works by street artist Mr Brainwash, star of Exit Through the Gift Shop
After much anticipation, American underwear giant Victoria’s Secret opened its flagship store yesterday over on Bond Street.
Today I had breakfast at Duck & Waffle – the new restaurant on the 40th floor of Heron Tower.
On Friday night I couldn’t resist trying out the new Pizza East in Kentish Town. Opened as part of three joint restaurants
For this year’s London Design Festival, Gallery Libby Sellers is presenting an exhibition of exquisite glass works by
Hidden in the newly converted Grade ll listed Granary Building, home to Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, is the new branch of Caravan.
Two video artists have been shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize and both of them – Elizabeth Price and Luke Fowler
This year’s Pavilion of Art & Design felt particularly sophisticated and cool. Set in Berkeley Square, Mayfair
The ground floor of the old Museum of Mankind at the back of the Royal Academy is now home to Pace Gallery’s second London space.
Yesterday evening we headed off to Frieze’s opening night. While we were stunned by the scented ‘will-o’-the-wisp’ entrance and beautiful Idris Khan
This beautifully curated exhibition reflects the years that Peter Lely spent in London.
On Tuesday, I went to the party at Midori House to celebrate the first year of Monocle 24
You don’t have to be a Chanel enthusiast to appreciate Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld’s photographic Little Black Jacket Exhibition
Breakfast on Sunday doesn’t get better than this. If you go, be prepared for a long wait, but the food and ambiance are ‘weekend perfect’.
If you want an exhibition which will inspire to create something then Somerset House is the place to go.
This fascinating exhibition at The Hayward Gallery features work by nine Chinese artists, each exploring ideas of transformation and impermanence
Print is far from being dead, Wallpaper*’s Tony Chambers was overheard saying at Friday night’s Bottega Veneta book signing hosted by Tomas Maier,
This week the Camron team explored an impressive new exhibition called Urban Masters which is housed in an old Shoreditch factory.
I’ve been tracking Su Blackwell’s work for a while, so I was excited to check out her new exhibition at Anthropologie’s Gallery on the Kings Road.
Chris Bracey’s exhibition and pop-up shop at Circus of Soho in Beak Street is a must visit.
On Saturday night we made it into Dabbous, the restaurant which has the entire London restaurant scene talking since its opening in January.
Last week, I visited the ‘Hollywood Costumes’ exhibition at the V&A which explores the central role costume design plays in cinema storytelling.
We were excited to hear that the famous Café Royal on Regent Street is opening its doors to the public this week.
Valentino: Master of Couture at Somerset House is a feast for the eyes.
Over the holidays I went to Richmond to discover Petersham Nurseries for the first time.
This week we visited the Wellcome Collection for the winter show curated by Richard Harris. Although the title sounds quite morbid – ‘Death: A Self Portrait’, the exhibition was extremely well considered.
You wouldn’t necessarily equate Selfridges, one of London’s busiest department stores, with silence but that’s what is currently on offer! A brand new exhibition entitled No Noise features The Silence Room.
The London Art Fair is the first major date in the year’s ‘art calendar’ – a chance for buyers, collectors and artists to get together and review the look and feel of the market for 2013.
Juergen Teller’s exhibition, Woo, at The ICA explores influential moments in his life and presents a range of highly individual portraits. The fact that he has managed to give his models the confidence to pose in sometimes outrageous places and poses, say
Fashion photographer Bruno Bisang first fell in love with the art and glamour of photography by staring at movie posters as a small boy in Switzerland.
This fascinating show, which opened today, provides great insight into the evolution of an artist who had huge influence on contemporary ‘pop’ art.
Yesterday, I visited the new Man Ray retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery. Focusing on his work between 1920 and 1940,
On Monday this week, the hugely anticipated Balthazar opened
The Hayward Gallery’s latest offering, Light Show, explores the beauty of light, the ways in which it transforms space and how it can influence and alter perception.
To become part of the permanent collection when the new site for the Design Museum opens in 2015, Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things provides a fascinating and beautifully curated journey through the key designs that have shaped the modern world.
Love was in the air at Burberry’s London Fashion Week show.
“We have smartphones, why not have smart clothes?”
Last weekend I sampled the food and atmosphere at the much talked about John Salt.
I have always loved Lichtenstein’s work – particularly WHAAM!
Longing for a break from the harsh English winter, we popped over to Italy – Italy in Covent Garden that is, for an aperitivo!
We recently stopped by Phonica Records, the chic independent record store on Poland St, Soho, specialising in music and vinyl across a range of genres.
The opening night of the Book of Mormon, the Broadway hit from the creators of South Park, brought the house down.
Forget crisps, popcorn is the latest snacking craze to hit the UK. According to Mintel, the UK’s popcorn market is worth an eye-popping £53 million. We were therefore intrigued to check out POP.
A refreshing new art show sprang up in London this weekend. Art13 at Olympia is a large and impressive fair with a mix of over 100 galleries ranging from the established to the eclectic with a very strong international presence.
I went to 1948 this weekend – NIKE’s off-site and was totally inspired by the lines on the bleachers outside.
Tucked away beneath The Juice Club in Covent Garden is a new bar that is seriously shaking up London’s cocktail scene.
On Thursday I was invited to the launch party for the new brand by H&M called & Other Stories.
Last night I attended the Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Plus Fashion Party.
The bustling National Theatre foyer is currently playing host to a stunning exhibition by celebrated fashion photographer, Norman Parkinson.
8 Chairs, the latest exhibition at Gallery Libby Sellers is an unusual exhibition by the London-based creative team Clarke & Reilly.
Interior designer Melanie Porter and British lamp designer Zoe Darlington have opened a Pop Up shop in Covent Garden and we took a look this week.
A new pop-up shop, inspired by pop icon and superstar David Bowie, has just opened in Selfridges in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Curated by jewellery designer Stephen Webster, Rock Vault is an initiative launched by the British Fashion Council to support, promote and showcase the brightest new jewellery designers working in London.
Quite simply, this is an extraordinary, blockbuster show. Exploring the everyday lives of Romans, it features items which have never been seen outside Italy.
Now in its fourth year running, Pick Me Up at Somerset House is a definite must-see. The contemporary graphic arts festival is back for 11 days showcasing talent in graphic art, design and illustration from small start-ups to the elite.
Last Friday, Camron visited the opening night of the London Coffee Festival, the UK’s largest coffee and artisan food event at The Old Truman Brewery on East London’s Brick Lane.
Judy and I were privileged to visit the David Bowie Is exhibition at the V&A last night. Welcoming the visitors is one of Bowie’s quotes: “All art is unstable. There is no authoritative voice. There are only multiple readings”.
In the railway arches below Hoxton Station I’ve found a new London hotspot – it’s called Beagle. Plenty of people have gone there to enjoy a fantastic looking dinner but I recommend heading straight for the bar for an afternoon cocktail and the chance to
Last week, Camron was invited to an exclusive party at Tiffany & Co on Old Bond Street for the showing of the exquisite new Great Gatsby jewellery collection.
Claridges Hotel in London has just opened a fabulous bookshop which stocks a wealth of publications by Assouline, publishers who specialise in beautifully produced books on design, art, travel and fashion.
Festival des Metiers, the touring Hermès Festival, arrived last weekend in London’s Saatchi Gallery. The live exhibition was a fantastic insight into the traditions and values of Hermès’ craftsmanship.
Last Saturday I managed to get a reservation at this exciting new restaurant near London Bridge. Despite the minimal interior, I was struck by the abundance of little details
London’s summer has well and truly started and how better to enjoy it than attending a late night gathering of the best street food, drinks and music from all around the city?
Nestled in the heart of Soho’s bustling Chinatown One Leicester Street is the newest addition in a string of boutique hotels-cum-restaurants to open in London this summer.
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