Craig shares details of a day spent at the cheese and craft beer market in London’s trendy East Village E20
Just a few short minutes from Stratford station and you’re in the heart of the vibrant, bustling and trendy East Village E20, which according to certain sources is one of London’s hippest postcodes. With various markets and events held there regularly I was excited to be invited to attend the cheese and craft beer market.
The entrance to London’s hippest postcode: East Village E20
Vegan doesn’t have to be tasteless and this incredible fried sandwich proved it.
The smell of street food got us even before we’d entered the market, and there were a number of stalls to choose from, offering wraps crammed with various fillings, Chinese food and vegan delights, to name just a few. View Post
Craig shares details of Deakin & Francis cuff links and shows us the new Brights collection
The new ‘Brights’ collection of luxury cuff links from Deakin & Francis
With their flagship store in Piccadilly Arcade in the heart of London, Deakin & Francis have 230 years of craftsmanship behind them and now offer a wide range of luxury accessories for men and women including wallets, money clips, signet rings and necklaces to name just a few. For this sponsored post I want to share details of the new ‘Brights’ collection of cuff links
The Beautiful Deakin & Francis store in London’s Piccadilly Arcade
We all know that accessories can lift an outfit from ordinary to interesting. They add a touch of additional colour and interest to your look and say something about the wearer. So what better than to add a touch of bright colour to your cuffs with a pair of bright statement cuff links.
Wearing my orange ‘Brights’ cuff links by Deakin & Francis
Craig tells us why clothing brand Hawes & Curtis joined forces with one of the biggest shows on the west end stage and what he thought of the show
Offering both mens and womens clothing Hawes & Curtis was the brand of choice for famous stars in the 1930s including Fred Astaire. During this period, Hawes & Curtis was renowned for inventing the backless waistcoat which was popular with both royalty and Hollywood dancers. The backless waistcoat was extremely comfortable and always remained in position under the tailcoat. Fred Astaire allegedly approached Hawes & Curtis to have one made, only to be regretfully refused due to high demand from the British aristocracy.
Hawes & Curtis offer a wide range of great looking clothing for both men and women
To celebrate Hawes & Curtis’ links to famous stars of the 1930s, they have partnered with the West End’s biggest show – 42nd Street. The production was made famous by the 1933 film starring Ginger Rogers. Set in 1930s New York, the show exudes the height of 1930s charm and is renowned for being the most glamorous and exuberant production on offer. View Post