Monthly Musings: July

From must-sees to must-buys, here’s our 7 things to do in the 7th month of the year…. 

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Paris Fashion Week Couture Shows

The hot spot for anything and anyone in the fashion world; Paris Couture fashion week returns for fall 2016/2017. Expect to see show stopping collections from designers including Atelier Versace, Christian Dior, Giambatista Valli and Chanel.

Starting 3rd July.

 

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Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Taking place across 34 acres in the magnificent grounds and world-class gardens of Hampton Court Palace, extravagant marquees will be showcasing horticultural work by some of the country’s leading designers, as well as offering the opportunity to purchase plants, fresh produce and gardening equipment.

Starting 5 July
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Somerset House Summer Series

The grand Somerset House will soon reveal its annual gig series of open-air excitement. Situated in the capital centre and if previous line-ups including Adele, Amy Winehouse and Sam Smith are anything to go by, you’re in for a breath-taking evening.

From 7-17 July.

 

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In The Swing Of Festival Season

The summer festival season is upon us and although we may have passed Coachella and Glastonbury, we still have the rest of the major UK festivals to look forward too. This month will be filled with a plethora of headlining acts across festivals including Wireless, Latitude and Love Box, so stock up on your favourite festival looks here.

Wireless 8-10 July, Lattitude 14-17 July and Love Box 15-16 July.

 

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BFG Dream Jar Trail

Alongside the release of the BFG movie this summer, the streets of London will be transformed by magical giant (6 foot, to be precise!) dream jars to celebrate the wondrous author Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday this summer. Shop our collection of BFG products here.

From 9 July- 31 August.

 

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BBC Proms

The musical phenomenon that features more than 90 concerts over eight weeks, across four unique and unusual London settings, from Shakespeare’s historical Globe Theatre and the Roundhouse in Camden to the Old Royal Naval College and a large car park in Peckham returns this summer. You can catch up on the performances on television, but we recommend witnessing the talent first hand.

From 15 July- 10 September.

 

 

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Prince George Turns 3

After celebrating Princess Charlotte’s 1st birthday in May, the nation’s favourite little prince will be blowing out 3 candles on his birthday cake this month.  Steal the stylish little man’s style here.

On 22 July.

 

 

 

 

 

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