A slightly belated but never the less fun packed November Issue for you to get your teeth stuck into. If you thought November was a dull month think again! From Pop Ups to Exhibitions and mouth-watering food, we have heaps of November inspiration. Enjoy!
WHAT TO DO:
Shop it like its hot at the Gather&See X Glassworks Pop Up, of course!
Gather&See is bringing its Pop Up to East London for the very first time in a collaboration with Glassworks on Shoreditch High Street. Running from 15th - 22nd November the Pop Up Store will include new brands Riyka, Beaumont Organic, Goodone and a very exciting exclusive collection of one off From Somewhere pieces as well as favourites A Peace Treaty, Nobody Jeans and Upstate. There will be a drinks reception on Wednesday 19th November with an additional 15% off!
Wear: Head to toe G&S.
WHAT TO SEE:
Women Fashion Power at the London Design Museum
The much anticipated Women Fashion Power offers an unprecedented look at how princesses, models, CEOs, Dames and designers have used fashion to define and enhance their position in the world. Designed by the world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, this exhibition brings together exclusive interviews, an immersive multimedia journey and unique historic pieces of clothing to form the most wide-ranging presentation of modern fashion ever to be shown in the UK. http://www.designmuseum.org/exhibitions/women-fashion-power#sthash.X00ICR9M.dpuf
Wear: Powerful female lines from Kowtow.
WHERE TO GO:
New York, New York.
November is a brilliant time to visit New York - before the Christmas madness but still a sense of magic in the air particularly around Thanksgiving (November 27th). Check out some of the cities insanely good selection of museums from the Guggenheim to the Frick Collection, take a stroll through Central Park and eat for England in Chelsea Market. Stay at the Standard Highline for a buzzing location, slick design and the best cocktail bar and view in the city.
Wear: New York Cool from Upstate and Feral Childe
WHAT TO EAT:
Veg, veg and more veg.
Farmers markets are full of autumnal veg and we can’t get enough of it - meat-free never tasted so good. Jerusalem Artichoke, Kale and Celeriac are all cropping up everywhere and perfect for putting into soups. Check out Hemsley + Hemsley for incredible and healthy recipe ideas. We thoroughly recommend their instagram for beautiful foodie inspiration.
Wear: A big beautiful Danielle Foster tote to pack all of your veggies into at the market!