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With their annual Hotel Awards rolling around once again, hotel experts Mr and Mrs Smith were on the lookout for an intimate setting to host another unforgettable party.
Welcome to Gilbert and Thomas, a ‘60s ad agency based in a luxury office on Savile Row. Take a good look while you still can, because this baby’s on the brink of going under…
San Francisco, 1967. The city is heaving with some 75,000 young people caught up in a wave of heat, glamour, and liberation. This is the Summer of Love.
Wide boys and wheeler-dealers; gangsters and gossips; lecherous uncles and lascivious bridesmaids… You’ll find them all at The Awls, celebrating Micky and Nicky’s nuptials as only cockneys know how: with a guzzle, a scuffle, a sing song and a scandal.
Taking place Downstairs at Carousel on the 14th/15th April, the party will recreate the bustling streets of Chiang Mai and the thrills and spills of the Songkran water festival, right here in the heart of London.
Carousel’s Upstairs space reimagined as a luxury male grooming salon and cocktail bar, the ground floor restaurant fired-up to serve a bespoke dinner and the Downstairs lit only by starlight for a guestlist of fragrance, male grooming and lifestyle press.
Past the bustling market in Chinatown, round the back of the Chinese Laundry on Stockton street and there it is...San Francisco's most notorious opium Den...The Blue Lotus.
It may have the most UNESCO world heritage sites of any country on earth but Italy's past
is only the prologue to an enchanting story that continues to rewrite itself every day.
Back in the 18th Century, there wasn’t all that much to do in london.
Of the two most popular past times - drunkenness and fornication - drowning one’s sorrows cost less and lasted longer.
Inspired by the golden age of air travel, Mile High takes the best bits of a weekend - the food, the drink and the unexpected - and serves them up in style in intriguing locations.
When the Alaskan Seafood Marking Institute asked us to come up with an imaginative and immersive way to get Londoners of all ages trying their produce, our imaginations went as wild as a sockeye salmon swimming upriver.
The Odds and Ends Club is no ordinary gentlemen's club. A sort of half-way house for rogues and misfits on the fringes of the English establishment, the club is a celebration of all that is brash, brazen and bohemian.
Once again, the rules were simple:
Three rounds of no-holds-barred culinary one-upmanship
Two guest chefs
It's December 1989 and the headquarters of Bolingbroke Franking Machines Ltd are abuzz with the sound of pre-Christmas party chatter.
Three rounds of no-holds-barred culinary one-upmanship.
Two guest chefs.
Let's get ready to rumble!
Transporting hungry revellers from the north terrace of Trafalgar Square to the beating heart of Vieux-Quebec, we celebrated Canada Day in style by introducing London to the very best of Quebequois barbeque.
A unique and colourful culinary journey across the Indian subcontinent in the comfort of a wood-paneled colonial railway carriage.
Seven stops. Seven regions. Seven courses.
"How many kinds of sweet flowers grow In an English country garden?"
Imagine a luxury wood-paneled cabin tucked away on an ice shelf deep in the Antarctic - the secret meeting place for some of the world's most iconic adventurers...
The Way Out West festival, Goteburg: luminaries from the music world descend on the home of Scandy Cool for the city's annual three-day party...
Tasked with showcasing Orlebar Brown's 2014 Spring/Summer collection, we created a dense tropical rainforest, a riviera-style marina and a stark urban jungle in the middle of the West End. Why not?