From must-sees to must-buys, here’s our list of everything you need to do, wear and see this January…
London Fashion Week: Mens
Men it’s your time to shine, as it’s London Fashion Week Men’s this January with shows from Topman, Vivienne Westwood, Barbour and many more. Keep an eye out for some super cool street style and watch the shows live online to ensure you don’t miss a trend.
Get your new year wardrobe and shop men’s clothing.
Chinese New Year
As the most important Chinese date in the diary, January 28th marks the first day of the month in the traditional Chinese calendar. Filled with special house decor, celebrations and fireworks, families will reunite together to dine and drink to get set for the year ahead. Keep an eye out for some celebratory fireworks and activities surrounding the event.
Kit out your kitchenware for the big feast and shop our cookware.
Get Fit For the New Year
After all of the indulging, drinking and merry festivities, January is the month of detoxing, exercising and making amends for all of the Christmas mince pies. Create a new you this year with some of our new sports brands, including Lorna Jane, delivering high-performance and stylish sportswear for any lively adventure.
Snowdrop Days, Chelsea Physic Garden
Get glimpses of the first spring bulbs appearing: snowdrops. Whether you’re an avid or budding gardener, or simply can’t wait for spring any longer, visit London’s oldest botanical garden as it showcases it’s collection of snowdrops at their peak.
28 January – 3 February
The London Art Fair, Business Design Centre
The UK’s premier fair for modern British and contemporary art returns to the Business Design Centre this month. Renowned for curating an engaging programme of fascinating exhibitions, talks, tours, films and performances, with this year’s fair seeing 129 galleries, it’s not one to miss.
Winter Lights, Canary Wharf
Immerse yourself in the bright winter lights of Canary Wharf with a variety of installations by international artists, to light up the already glowing towers. With 30 dazzling artworks and interactive experiences, you’ll see after-dark highlights from ‘the garden of floating words’ and ‘angels of freedom.’ Sounds exciting, right?
(Image credit: Rex)