Watch the live stream of day one of London Fashion Week AW14

Day 1: LFW, Friday 14th February

9am                         J.JS Lee
11am                       Jean-Pierre Braganza
12am                       Bora Aksu
1pm                         Fyodor Golan
2pm                         Daks
3pm                         Eudon Choi
5pm                         Christopher Raeburn
6pm                         Nasir Mazhar
7 PM                        Todd Lynn
9pm                         Central Saint Martins

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Street art goes underground in Soho
This season, DISCO nightclub in Soho, will host an innovative series of pop-up street art, runing for six weeks, throughout fashion week in February, and continuing into March. It will see the works of a new artist showcased each week, in the form of a full club takeover, displayed as temporary, floor to ceiling murals, throughout the clubs mirrored walls.
The exhibition will in many ways be reflective of the style of urban art and political graffiti that was prominent in Manhattan, during the disco movement, such as the works of Keith Haring, which we have actually based a lot of DISCO’s more permanent design features and wall murals on.’ ensure an unforgettable musical and visual feast for everyone that visits the ever-evolving back to the exhibition.
The talented team that will be taking part in this urban project, curated by DISCO Marketing & Membership Manager, Charlie Herman, an artist in his own right, will range from fashion illustrators, to portrait artists, and even a cake designer. Artists include: Zoe Neilson, Outside London Collective, Dan Jamieson, Tommy Pang, and Steph Parker
The last day of the exhibition, Friday 7th March 2014, will see agrand finale and photography showcase were guests will get to see the unified works of the group and have a chance to speak with each of the individual artists, along with a selection of other urban expertise, talented trend setters and bright young things.
DISCO, 13 Kingly Court, London, W1B 5PWTel: 020 7299 1222Open: Friday– Saturday, 11.00pm – 3.30amEntry: £10 before 12am, £20 thereafterwww.disco-london.comenquiries@disco-london.com

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Street art goes underground in Soho

This season, DISCO nightclub in Soho, will host an innovative series of pop-up street art, runing for six weeks, throughout fashion week in February, and continuing into March. It will see the works of a new artist showcased each week, in the form of a full club takeover, displayed as temporary, floor to ceiling murals, throughout the clubs mirrored walls.

The exhibition will in many ways be reflective of the style of urban art and political graffiti that was prominent in Manhattan, during the disco movement, such as the works of Keith Haring, which we have actually based a lot of DISCO’s more permanent design features and wall murals on.’ ensure an unforgettable musical and visual feast for everyone that visits the ever-evolving back to the exhibition.

The talented team that will be taking part in this urban project, curated by DISCO Marketing & Membership Manager, Charlie Herman, an artist in his own right, will range from fashion illustrators, to portrait artists, and even a cake designer. Artists include: Zoe Neilson, Outside London Collective, Dan Jamieson, Tommy Pang, and Steph Parker

The last day of the exhibition, Friday 7th March 2014, will see agrand finale and photography showcase were guests will get to see the unified works of the group and have a chance to speak with each of the individual artists, along with a selection of other urban expertise, talented trend setters and bright young things.

DISCO, 13 Kingly Court, London, W1B 5PW
Tel: 020 7299 1222
Open: Friday– Saturday, 11.00pm – 3.30am
Entry: £10 before 12am, £20 thereafter
www.disco-london.com
enquiries@disco-london.com

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SUPER BOWL SUNDAY SHOWDOWN AT HONKY TONK Brand new venue Honky Tonk Clapham will host a Super bowl this Sunday Showdown on 2nd February. Honky Tonk will be opening its doors for an extended time with a late license in order to show the game through the night. Honky Tonk will also offering a selection of American treats to revelers including sloppy joes, popcorn, a very delicious super bowl ice-cream sundae and their very own Super Bowl Slammer – a delicious shot of beer and tequila which will make anyone feel like they’ve just scored the winning touch down!
Honky Tonk hosts regular live music and entertainment, with a particular emphasis on a variation of the blues, jazz and rockabilly. With a late licence until 2am at weekends, Honky Tonk promises to truly keep Clapham rocking until dawn. Located in the heart of Clapham the Honky Tonk offers al fresco seating overlooking the common. The light and airy venue houses over 150 covers with separate restaurant, bar and private dining areas, as well as a stage for musicians to play from every night.
Overseen by their talented team, Honky Tonk offers the perfect range of aged-in-the-barrel cocktails. The bar stocks a diverse selection of bourbons, as well as innovative drinks that cannot fail to astonish and delight, including the Pickleback shot made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon and pickle brine, the aged-in-barrel Sazerac and the unique and delicious Maple Trace.
Super Bowl Sunday Showdown Sunday 2nd February
Honky Tonk Clapham 16A, Clapham South Side, London, SW4 7AB 
Tel: 020 7627 6257 
www.honkytonklondon.com
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Opening Times: Monday-Wednesday 5 pm to 12 pm, Thurs 5pm -1am, Friday 5pm-1.30 am, Sat 12pm- 2am, Sunday12pm-11.30pm

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SUPER BOWL SUNDAY SHOWDOWN AT HONKY TONK 

Brand new venue Honky Tonk Clapham will host a Super bowl this Sunday Showdown on 2nd February. Honky Tonk will be opening its doors for an extended time with a late license in order to show the game through the night. Honky Tonk will also offering a selection of American treats to revelers including sloppy joes, popcorn, a very delicious super bowl ice-cream sundae and their very own Super Bowl Slammer – a delicious shot of beer and tequila which will make anyone feel like they’ve just scored the winning touch down!

Honky Tonk hosts regular live music and entertainment, with a particular emphasis on a variation of the blues, jazz and rockabilly. With a late licence until 2am at weekends, Honky Tonk promises to truly keep Clapham rocking until dawn. Located in the heart of Clapham the Honky Tonk offers al fresco seating overlooking the common. The light and airy venue houses over 150 covers with separate restaurant, bar and private dining areas, as well as a stage for musicians to play from every night.

Overseen by their talented team, Honky Tonk offers the perfect range of aged-in-the-barrel cocktails. The bar stocks a diverse selection of bourbons, as well as innovative drinks that cannot fail to astonish and delight, including the Pickleback shot made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon and pickle brine, the aged-in-barrel Sazerac and the unique and delicious Maple Trace.

Super Bowl Sunday Showdown Sunday 2nd February
Honky Tonk Clapham 16A, Clapham South Side, London, SW4 7AB
Tel: 020 7627 6257 
www.honkytonklondon.com
Facebook
Opening Times: Monday-Wednesday 5 pm to 12 pm, Thurs 5pm -1am, Friday 5pm-1.30 am, Sat 12pm- 2am, Sunday12pm-11.30pm

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KTZ show Live Stream, part of Day 4 of London Fashion Week SS14, 16:00 GMT.

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Day 2 London Fashion Week 

Live Show Stream - Spring/Summer 2014

Saturday 14th September

09:00 Zoë Jordan
10:00 Sister by Sibling
12:00 Holly Fulton
13:00 John Rocha
15:00 David Koma
17:00 Ashish
19:00 Mark Fast

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Day 1 London Fashion Week SS14

Friday 13th September

9:30 Bora Aksu
12:00 J. JS Lee
14:00 Daks
15:00 Christopher Raeburn
17:00 Jean-Pierre Braganza
20:00 PPQ

Pasta Wednesdays at Bunga Bunga - has us all craving for pasta

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Battersea based Englishman’s Italian Bar, Pizzeria and Karaoke, Bunga Bunga, is proud to welcome the pasta pazzo community with Pasta Wednesdays. The event is hosted weekly since been launched on 6th March 2013

In true Italian family style, group sizes of four and above will be able to cosy up and enjoy four different, freshly made pasta dishes, placed in the center of the table to be shared, mixed and matched. To wash it down Bunga Bunga will then even throw in a complimentary bottle of Vino, and all for just £15 per head.

The selection of delectable dishes available will include, Vermicelli with fresh basil pesto, topped with toasted pine nuts, Calamari all’arrabbiata, Spaghetti allo Scoglio, Smoked salmon ravioli with a warm caper butter sauce, Lasagne al Forno (of course) and many more.

PASTA WEDNESDAYS at BUNGA BUNGA
EVERY WEDNESDAY
6:00pm-1.30pm, £15 per head

Bunga Bunga, 37 Battersea Bridge Road, London, SW11 3BA
Tel: 020 7095 0360
Website: www.bungabunga-london.com
reservations@bungabunga-london.com

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London Fashion Week - Live Stream

Day five - 19th February 2012

Live Show schedule - Autumn/Winter 2013

09:00 - Simon Rocha
09:15 - Lucas Nascimento
12:00 - Emilio de la Morena
12:45 - Nasir Mazhar
13:00 - Madam Kirchhofff
14:00 - Ashish
15:00 - Maria Grachvogel
17:00 - Aminaka Wilmont

18:00 - Haizhen Wang

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London Fashion Week - Live Stream

Day four - 18th February 2012

Live Show schedule - Autumn/Winter 2013

09:00 - Peter Pilotto
10:00 - Sophia Webster
11:00 - Michael van der Ham
13:00 - Louise Gray
14:45 - Fashion East
16:00 - Burberry Prorsum
17:00 - Osman
20:00 - J.W. Anderson Women

Bring in the prosperity of the Chinese New year in style at NAGA

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From Monday 4th – Sunday 10th February, sophisticated Pan Asian Restaurant and Bar, Naga will be celebrating Chinese New Year and henceforth the year of the snake.

The name ‘Naga’ itself is in fact a Sanskrit word for a type of serpent. So Naga will therefore be going all out to honor their reptilian friend and will even be introducing a new Snake Wine based cocktail to their existing exotic and enticing drinks menu.

Snake wine is a form of Asian Rice Wine that is made and then stored in a bottle alongside a whole pickled Cobra, and expert mixologist, and co-owner of Naga, Tri Van Dang, has especially created the ‘Serpent’s Kiss’ using this rare ingredient. 

Guests can also enjoy a bespoke New Year’s menu that will offer a selection of three courses for £30. The menu will boast starters such as ‘Snake Rolls’ with Avocado, Crab & Rice Vermicelli wrapped in Rice PaperFresh Betel Leaves served with Pomelo Salad and Shanghai Beef Pot sticker Dumplings. For the mains there will be a few special twists on Chinese classics such as Whole Pomfret steamed with Ginger, Spring Onion & Soy, as well as more fiery options such as Whole Scallops stir-fried with Chilli Bean Sauce.

Naga is an award winning, elegant Pan-Asian restaurant located just off Kensington High Street. Naga has already won Best Chinese Restaurant in London at the prestigious Asian Curry Awards. 


NAGA CHINESE NEW YEAR
4-10TH FEBRUARY 2013
Naga, 2 Abingdon Road, London, W8 6AF
Tel: 020 7795 6060