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Frosé: The New Black

Rosé has long been a popular summertime tipple, but there is a new cool kid on the block. Frosé (Frozen Rosé) is the refreshing pink drink that is causing quite a stir. We’ve carefully curated an easy-to-follow recipe that will send your taste buds into a frenzy this summer.

1 x 750 ml bottle of full-flavoured Rosé with a Pinot Noir or Merlot base
¼ Cup plus 1 Tablespoon of Fresh Lemon Juice
Strawberry Syrup
½ Cup Sugar
½ Cup water
2 Cups hulled Strawberries (quartered)
Sprig of mint or lavender

1) Freeze bottle of Rosé in ice cube trays over night
2) Add sugar and water to a medium sized saucepan and bring to a boil. Remove saucepan from heat and stir in hulled strawberries. Allow the mixture to cool to room temperature. Strain mixture through fine sieve and remove strawberry pulp.
3) Blend strawberry syrup, frozen Rosé and lemon juice in a blender until desired consistency is reached.
4) Serve with a sprig of mint or lavender and enjoy


Photography: Erin McGinn


The event of the season, London Fashion Week, is here and Heathrow Airport is gridlocked
with fashions elite. With New York Fashion Week in their wake, celebrities, fashion editors,
bloggers and digital influencers alike are marching into London
one pair of Jimmy Choo’s at a time.


London, its just got that live now die later attitude. With a seemingly infinite list of things to do and see, after a weekend in London you’ll need a week in the Bahamas to recover. So let’s get started, we’ve put together a list of things for you to squeeze into your schedule, perhaps between Burberry and Christopher Kane?  

It just so happens that Totally Thames, a festival that celebrates the history and culture of London’s River Thames with artworks and events staged along the river’s banks, coincides with London Fashion Week. Make sure you sneak a peak of “Floating Dreams” by artist Ik-Joong Kang. The colossal, illuminated box appears to float ethereally on the Thames while sporting hundreds of drawings completed by Koreans who fled south after the country divided.


If London Fashion Week’s got your inner shopaholic all rowed up, then start your Sunday at the Brick Lane Markets: you’ll find anything from cheap leather goods to stunning silk silhouettes. Be sure to grab breakfast on-the-go from one of the many Jewish bagel shops. If you’re looking for more of a fine dining experience, make a reservation at Dishoom. Inspired by Bombay café culture, Dishoom is an Indian restaurant that will have your taste buds wishing they were sipping mango lassies in Mumbai.

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Why not finish off London Fashion Week with a Parlour Cocktail from one of the most instagrammeable restaurants in London, Sketch. Famous for its candy pink dining parlour adorned in artwork by British Artist David Shrigley, Sketch will transport you into a strange and magical adult wonderland.

pink drink

You often here about the ‘London Look’ but have you seen the ‘London Dress’? To celebrate London Fashion week we are offering customers an exclusive Fashion Week dress ‘The London Dress’. For those who can’t be there in person, you’ll be there
in hot-spirit in our London Dress.

london dress





There is no denying that New York is no friend to those who fear the burden of choice.
Lucky for you, we have put together a list of NY’s finest hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars to help transform the Big Apple from an overwhelming concrete jungle to something shaken,
not stirred.

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Even devoted manhattanites are tempted by Williamsburg’s Whythe Hotel, a refurbished textile factory with an industrial, luxe aesthetic. This hip hotel sports one of the coolest rooftop bars in Brooklyn, with insta-worthy views across the East River to Manhattan. Perhaps The Ludlow Hotel is more up your alley. This boutique hotel, tucked away on the Lower East Side, is the perfect place to kick back by the fire and enjoy their speciality cocktail, the Chai Matsuda.

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For your morning dose of caffeine and acai, we recommend The Butcher’s Daughter;
a plant-centric juice bar and cafe in Downtown New York. Be sure to book yourself into Vandal, which has proved itself to be a popular dinner spot among manhattanites.

For all you sweet tooths out there, check out Momofuku Milk Bar for a Birthday Cake Shake and a piece of Crack Pie. If you’re looking for a mind blowing way to spend your Saturday in the city, catch the L train to Smorgasburg; an open air food market that is fast becoming the food mecca of Brooklyn. Make sure you try the Ramen Burger. You’ll have to see it to believe it.


If there is one thing NYC is notorious for it’s rooftop bars. Sip on an Espresso Martini
seven-teen stories up at Pod 39, or wet your lips with a refreshing Margarita at Le Bain
on the top of The Standard Hotel.


Empire State of Mind – Jay-Z feat. Alicia Keys
Theme Song from New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
New Dorp. New York – SBTRKT feat. Ezra Koenig
Welcome to New York – Taylor Swift


It’s all about the nonchalant look. New Yorkers celebrate the effortlessly cool.
Don’t over think it. Stick with your go-to denim, pair it with a 90’s inspired logo tee
and throw it back with a bomber.


After some lengthy, in-depth research involving lots of hot cakes, poached eggs,
a smattering of acai bowls and many, many servings of avo and toast,
we’ve tracked down the newest and coolest brunch spots across the country
(yes, it’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it….)