Peru inspires British fashion

Yet again, Peruvian influences are spreading across London. It was only a few years ago that the capital’s culinary scene was inspired by Peru, but the fashion industry is no stranger to Peru either. Several clothing and accessory brands are using the country’s artisans for inspiration or collaborations this winter....

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Russia quits the International Criminal Court

Russia has announced that they will withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in a directive signed by Vladimir Putin on Wednesday 16th November. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the ICC had “failed to meet the expectations to become a truly independent, authoritative international tribunal,” in a statement released. The...

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Christmas party One Night Stand

Hiring formal dresses and suits has never been easier, with retailers embracing our changing tastes and dress codes, along with the ever-present fear of being seen in the same outfit twice. One Night Stand Based in Chelsea Manor Studios, has provided luxury dress hire, by appointment only, to clients from...

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Auriens announce public exhibition to reveal plans for Dovehouse Street development

Auriens, the ultimate experience for later living, will be revealing plans for its Dovehouse Street development at a public exhibition on 22nd and 26th November. The exhibition will take place in the Chelsea Old Town Hall, bringing the plans to life while also providing the opportunity to discuss the concepts...

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Further strikes announced for London Underground

Commuters can expect strikes on the London Underground network after staff balloted for action over safety concern and staff cuts. RMT Union announced 84% of tube station staff and Piccadilly line drivers voted for strike action over two issues involving the cuts of front line staff and safety breaches. Around...

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