A Cinematic Christmas: Holiday favourites on the rooftop of The Berkeley in …

Can’t stop, won’t stop, with the Christmas content. When it comes to Christmas in London, I’m spoiled for choice. But, what I’m about to share will forever bring a teary smile to my face. Last night I had one of the most memorable moments to date in my London history. For two hours, I sat under the stars, with a…
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Festive London: Christmas in St James’s

Written in collaboration with St James’s London To walk through St. James’s at any time of year is to feel as if you have stepped back in time 300 years. But, to walk through at Christmas, is akin to walking through a time machine. Come December, the air is scented with chestnuts, mulled wine and Christmas trees, and all the…
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Christmas Comforts: A Shopping Edit

I’ve finally reached an age where I appreciate being gifted socks for Christmas. Well, cashmere socks, naturally. This year, I want creature comforts when it comes to gifts under the tree. Fluffy blankets, oversized robes, scented candles and more are all greatly appreciated as they will come in handy long after Christmas has come and gone. That’s why this season…
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Top 10 Christmas Ads that will make you feel fuzzy and festive

Occasionally, the Grinch comes out in us all during the holiday season. Christmas shopping, decorating, cooking and cleaning the house for relatives can all be a bit much. It’s so easy to lose sight of what’s important this time of year. So, in celebration of all the reasons we love Christmas, and to get you in the festive mood, should…
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A Christmas Tea at The Dorchester and a welcome to Asprey

Well isn’t The Dorchester all nicely dolled up for the holiday season?! The Christmas trees are out, the carousel ponies are in place and the guests are arriving for a very chic festive afternoon tea in the promenade. Now all we need is a sprinkling of snow and a hot chocolate in hand overlooking Park Lane and we have the…
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