London can get a little crazy around Fashion Week, especially at its most iconic fashion show venues, but it didn’t stop the Lulu Guinness team and London-based Lulu fans stepping out in style with smiles on their faces and Lulu bags and clutches by their side.
Last week saw the launch of Lulu’s pop-up store at Bicester Village, attended by food mistress, Gizzie Erskine; stylist and presenter, Grace Woodward and Vanessa White from the Saturdays, all of whom are huge Lulu Guinness fans.
Never afraid to make a statement when it comes to her own label and indeed her own wardrobe, Lulu loves the latest show at Design Museum in London, Unexpected Pleasures: The Art and Design Of Contemporary Jewellery.
Lulu’s latest collaboration perfectly encapsulates the brands famous sense of humour and wit, and all for a good cause. In conjunction with Sainsburys, Lulu has designed three exclusive tote bags to sell in selected stores nationwide in aid of Comic Relief.
Not only is the V&A Lulu’s favourite London museum, but come this March, it will be hosting a fantastic retrospective of David Bowie’s career.
The English perfume house, Penhaligon has been charming people with its scents since 1872, but this time its Regent Street store will be seducing customers not just with its scents but also with its new transformation.
The word is out: British Vogue is launching Miss Vogue, the younger sister of one of Fashion’s key bibles and Lulu can’t wait to see what its pages hold.
Bubble tea is the latest trend to hit coffee and tea culture in London right now, so Lulu was pleased to hear about the recent opening of bubble tea shop, Lakwatsa (meaning to ‘chill’).
Lulu is a big fan of the fashion-meets-art work of photographer Juergen Teller, whose latest portraits will be on show at the ICA as part of Juergen Teller: Woo later this month.