Sharon Reid


We’ve got your Fashion Week accommodation covered, so now for food and drink. If you are a fan of ‘raw food’, visit London’s latest, innovative raw food Café Rawligion, Tottenham Street, nestled amongst the Cauliflower sushi and Kelp noodles is the Pretty in Pink  – a botanical drink packed with ingredients to help skin and boost radiance. This refreshing tonic blends together healing and nutrient rich ingredients including: rose, burdock, schizandra, rhodiola, aloe, eleutheroccus and pomegranate. It also tastes delicious and is the perfect pick-me-up for those needing some well -deserved refreshment flitting between shows during Fashion Week 16th – 20th September (LFW).pretty-in-pink

For sophisticated sustenance head to the elegant Bright Courtyard, Baker Street, a contemporary Chinese restaurant specialising in authentic Dim sum, where modern Cantonese and traditional Shanghai cuisine seamlessly collide. To coincide with its fifth birthday and LFW, Bright Courtyard have launched a unique Gold Leaf Dim Sum: filled with lobster and abalone, available only during September.5d3_1331mr

One of our favourite cocktail connoisseurs Smith & Wollensky, John Adam Street, WC2, have really got into the spirit of things with their newly launched, aptly named, The Fashion Fruit cocktail a concoction of sweet and fruity flavours perfectly coordinated with Sauvignon Blanc and balanced with Tanqueray 10 – this drink aspires to be all things that an empowered member of the fashion pack needs during this hectic period.image

Make the most of these mouthwatering LFW offerings, whether it’s fashionable raw food or contemporary Chinese, contrary to popular belief fashionistas still need to eat!

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