shop – Marylebone Online http://maryleboneonline.co.uk Marylebone's Online Home Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:13:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 Christmas Shopping on Chiltern Street http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/christmas-shopping-chiltern-street/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/christmas-shopping-chiltern-street/#respond Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:13:06 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3685 On Thursday 16th November, annual Christmas calendar highlight, the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening returns for another year to Marylebone bringing with it a host of exclusive in-store promotions, food, drinks and live music. In line with this year’s ‘all in the detail’ theme – a celebration of Chiltern Street’s craftsmen, designers and restaurateurs, for [...]

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On Thursday 16th November, annual Christmas calendar highlight, the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening returns for another year to Marylebone bringing with it a host of exclusive in-store promotions, food, drinks and live music.

In line with this year’s ‘all in the detail’ theme – a celebration of Chiltern Street’s craftsmen, designers and restaurateurs, for whom the finest detail is never overlooked – guests will have the opportunity to explore an array of special activities that will enhance their Christmas shopping experience.

There will be complimentary customisation services at the street’s boutiques, allowing shoppers to find bespoke gifts for loved ones. Premium men’s loungewear brand, Hamilton & Hare, will be offering monogramming on its woven products, whilst modern jewellers, Cox & Power, will host jewellery engraving workshops. Shoppers at Bridal Rogue Gallery can receive one-to-one consultations with legendary shoe designer Diane Hassall, who has worked alongside Jimmy Choo and Emma Hope. The world’s oldest candlemaker, Cire Trudon, will be partnering with glass engraver Freddie Quartely to offer calligraphic engraving on the brand’s classic candles.

An annual staple, Chiltern Firehouse will be outside their terrace offering guests delicious dishes and drinks, created by Executive Chef, Nuno Mendes. This year, festive tasters courtesy of award-winning restaurant, Jikoni, will also be served. For more winter warmers, Cadenhead’s will be hosting complimentary walk-in whisky tasting sessions and Monocle Café will be serving traditional mulled wine, which shoppers can enjoy whilst listening to live music on the street.

Putting the ‘merry’ in Merry Christmas, complimentary drinks and nibbles in stores will also be served. Guests can purchase the latest collections, whilst enjoying special promotions, at the likes of iconic British fashion brand, Sunspel, lifestyle boutique Mouki Mou, menswear shop Trunk Clothiers, eyewear specialists, PRISM, and fashion designer, Bella Freud.

All gift vouchers, freebies and places on various workshops and activities will be offered on a first
come, first served basis, so shoppers are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening, visit www.portmanmarylebone.com


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Portman Summer Street Party to bring urban garden glamour to Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/portman-summer-street-party-bring-urban-glamour-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/portman-summer-street-party-bring-urban-glamour-marylebone/#respond Tue, 04 Jul 2017 13:17:28 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3668 The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is coming to New Quebec Street and Seymour Place for an event with live music, food, drinks and entertainment for all ages, on Thursday 6 July, from 5pm to 10pm. There is fun to be had for everyone, some of the highlights including: – Make your own terrarium workshop [...]

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The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is coming to New Quebec Street and Seymour Place for an event with live music, food, drinks and entertainment for all ages, on Thursday 6 July, from 5pm to 10pm.

There is fun to be had for everyone, some of the highlights including:

– Make your own terrarium workshop by renowned florist James Bernard Floristry
– A host of cocktails and dishes from some of Marylebone’s most acclaimed restaurants including Bernardi’s, Lurra and The Mae Deli
– Exclusive promotions in a host of boutiques, including beachwear designer Paolita and interiors design shop, Eliska
– An array of family entertainment, including a garden tea party at GAIL’s Artisan Bakery

The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is working with Carers Network, a charity dedicated to supporting unpaid carers in changing lives across London.
Places on the terrarium workshop will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis, so guests are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

For more information, visit www.portmanmarylebone.com.

 


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Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping 2016 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chiltern-street-christmas-shopping-2016/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chiltern-street-christmas-shopping-2016/#respond Mon, 21 Nov 2016 17:49:51 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3595 Christmas calendar favourite, the Chiltern Street Shopping event, is returning to Marylebone for one night only on Wednesday 23rd of November. The shops lining Chiltern Street will extend their opening hours till 9pm and will host a variety of promotions and special offers – think of it as black Friday but without the crowds, without [...]

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Christmas calendar favourite, the Chiltern Street Shopping event, is returning to Marylebone for one night only on Wednesday 23rd of November.

The shops lining Chiltern Street will extend their opening hours till 9pm and will host a variety of promotions and special offers – think of it as black Friday but without the crowds, without the madness and without the queues. Instead, the shops will offer complimentary Christmas food and drink, live music will be played and a whole host of promotions will be on offer. The perfect way to start your Christmas. The event starts at 5pm and will last until the stores close at 9pm.

Live music will be played along the street by various talented acts such as; the saxophonist Tyler Rix, jazz band the Futuristic Gramophone and a 9-piece gospel choir.

Keep an eye out for the Chiltern Firehouse who will be handing shoppers exclusive festive sweet and savoury treats along their terrace, the architect for these dishes is renowned executive chef Nuno Mendes. As well as free food, free Whiskey taster sessions will also be on offer at Chiltern Street favourite Cadenhead’s. Helping warm the cockles of your heart on the ever colder winter evenings, or if spirits don’t do it for you, the Monocle Café will also be offering mulled wine to shoppers.

Loved Chiltern Street brands will be hosting a myriad of free, yes free, customisation experiences. Brands participating include; trendy resort label PRISM, British underwear brand Hamilton and Hare, and independent jewellers Cox +Power. Shoppers can also try their hand at crafting their own Christmas decoration at Appointment Only Design, where a free wreath-making workshop will be taking place. Also a whole host of other brands that call Chiltern Street home such as; Sunspel, Long Tall Sally and Grey Flannel will be putting on promotions and offers to help customers save that little extra over the expensive festive period.

But if you just can’t wait until the 23rd of November there is a way you can get involved now! There is a competition on the Chiltern Street Facebook page, where you can have the chance to win a hamper that is worth over £800.


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MADE LONDON Design and Craft Fair http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/made-london-design-and-craft-fair/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/made-london-design-and-craft-fair/#respond Mon, 12 Oct 2015 11:04:13 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3292 Returning to Marylebone 22nd-25th October, the design and craft fair ‘MADE LONDON’ will be taking place at One Marylebone. The event originates from the Brighton Art Fair and returns to the capital for the 4th time. The show will exhibit the most original and very best original designer works from these shores and beyond, and the public will [...]

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Returning to Marylebone 22nd-25th October, the design and craft fair ‘MADE LONDON’ will be taking place at One Marylebone.

The event originates from the Brighton Art Fair and returns to the capital for the 4th time.

The show will exhibit the most original and very best original designer works from these shores and beyond, and the public will have the chance to buy directly from the makers. On offer will be unique creations from: ceramicists, glass blowers, wood workers, mosaic artists, textile designers, furniture makers, silversmiths and much more. A full list of exhibitors can be found here.

The venue One Marylebone, directly opposite Great Portland Street tube station and a stones throw from Regents Park, provides 4 floors of varying, high quality works and the relaxed atmosphere means meandering through the works on show will be both a pleasant and enlightening experience.

Visitors will also find a section dedicated to short films, brought to you by R&A Collaborations – where one can learn the process of making the detailed crafts on show.

More info: madelondon.org


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Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is coming to Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/judys-affordable-vintage-fair-coming-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/judys-affordable-vintage-fair-coming-marylebone/#respond Mon, 01 Sep 2014 15:37:24 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2879 Founded in 2005, the ethos behind Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is a simple, like the clothes they sell, virtually unique. Exasperated with rising high street prices, it offers the chance to buy genuine pieces of the past without the extortionately inflated price tags that have become synonymous with the vintage tag in the past few [...]

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Founded in 2005, the ethos behind Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is a simple, like the clothes they sell, virtually unique.

Exasperated with rising high street prices, it offers the chance to buy genuine pieces of the past without the extortionately inflated price tags that have become synonymous with the vintage tag in the past few years. Having attended one of their events last year, I can vouch for this.

Theirs is a vast and impressive stock spanning from the 1950s to the 1990s featuring fashion to furniture and accessories to antiques, hence why it has proved such a popular market, and featured on Dawn O’Porter’s TV show ‘This Old Thing’.

Their return to London will prove a highlight given the city’s prevailing vintage scene, which will allow shoppers the opportunity to buy without breaking the bank.

Info

Marylebones’ Affordable Vintage Fair
Sunday September 21st 2014

Seymour Leisure Centre
Seymour Place
London
W1H 5TJ

Early bird: 10:30am – 4:30pm – £3
General: 11:00am – 4:30pm – £2


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In Profile: Nick Brooke http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/in-profile/profile-nick-brooke/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/in-profile/profile-nick-brooke/#respond Fri, 15 Aug 2014 14:11:26 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2822 We sit down with Nick Brooke, CEO of classic luxury men’s & women’s clothing brand Sunspel based on Marylebone’s Chiltern Street. What is the story behind Sunspel so far? Sunspel has had a long history in British manufacturing spanning generations. We’ve been making our quality wardrobe essentials since the 1860s when Thomas A Hill originally founded [...]

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We sit down with Nick Brooke, CEO of classic luxury men’s & women’s clothing brand Sunspel based on Marylebone’s Chiltern Street.


What is the story behind Sunspel so far?

Sunspel has had a long history in British manufacturing spanning generations. We’ve been making our quality wardrobe essentials since the 1860s when Thomas A Hill originally founded it. Hill’s expertise in importing high quality fabrics led to the manufacture of luxurious undergarments to be sold across the British Empire from his base in Long Eaton, Nottingham. The factory still stands today, where we produce a lot of our garments.

At what point did you become a part of Sunspel?

I took on Sunspel in 2005 with my business partner Dominic Hazelhurst. We’ve had a long-standing relationship with the brand, having worn it myself for years. It was through a personal connection with the family that we were able to buy the company from Thomas A Hill’s great grandson Peter Hill, who at the time was looking for buyers to maintain the brand and keep the Long Eaton factory open.

What is the biggest challenge for Sunspel as a brand?

Simply put, staying relevant. When I acquired the brand, I was concerned it was too old-fashioned and stuck in tradition. The brand had numerous positive assets, including products that were unique, fabric development and an unrivalled history in manufacturing. Sunspel was one of the first brands to bring the boxer short to the UK in 1947, which is fantastic, but the challenge is to take that history, that reputation for superior craftsmanship and turn it into something that is relevant for the contemporary audience. In the last ten years I hope we have revitalised it, whilst never forgetting Sunspel’s founding principles. Making subtle improvements on fit and quality of fabric.
It’s that attention to the principles that has allowed us to take the company forward by modernising it very slowly.

Of your products, which is your personal favourite?

Whilst I’m inclined to say they’re all excellent, I think a stand out of ours would have to be the Riviera polo. The polo itself is one of the styles I reach for day in day out. Much like a lot of our products it has a great story behind it. Peter Hill, grandson of Thomas Hill, originally developed the unique mesh fabric in the 50s. We then updated it in 2006 as a shirt to be worn by Daniel Craig in his role as James Bond in Casino Royale. Since then the polo continues to be one of our most popular styles.

Why did you choose to open a store in Marylebone?

When deciding where to set up shop, we always look for streets that show great potential. They’re usually less established streets that we feel not only represents us as a brand but also where we’re going. Chiltern Street was no different. It has a distinct character within the city, with a healthy mix of residential and commercial properties. It’s this mix that makes Marylebone so unique, and right for us. It’s a particularly interesting time for Marylebone in general and its rise in prominence has been exciting to watch.

What’s next?

Growth. We’re constantly looking to the future and how we can increase our presence, and innovate both in fabric and fit. We also have some great developments for the brand in the near future so make sure to keep a look out.

Where do you go to get away from work in the area?

Blandfords café on Chiltern Street is a poorly kept secret, but the cafe has always been a great spot to pick up excellent coffee. A lovely Italian family who deliver exceptional service with warmth runs it. Drop in for their Tiramasu, which can’t be beaten.


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Little Shop of Gin Pops Up In Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/little-shop-gin-pops-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/little-shop-gin-pops-marylebone/#respond Wed, 02 Jul 2014 05:27:18 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2782 Round three of Sheridan&Co’s ‘Little Shop of…’ takes an indulgent turn in the forthcoming ‘Little Shop of Gin’, a pop-up gin event sponsored by Fever-Tree. Taking place at The Study between 11th-12th July, the Marylebone home of design agency Sheridan&Co, the Little Shop of Gin will be ideal for a July weekend filled with tasty tonic and generous [...]

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Round three of Sheridan&Co’s ‘Little Shop of…’ takes an indulgent turn in the forthcoming ‘Little Shop of Gin’, a pop-up gin event sponsored by Fever-Tree.

Taking place at The Study between 11th-12th July, the Marylebone home of design agency Sheridan&Co, the Little Shop of Gin will be ideal for a July weekend filled with tasty tonic and generous gins. The gin brands featuring include: Sipmsith, Warner Edwards, Martin Millers, Bathtub, Brockmans, Whitley Neill, Death’s Door.

The exclusive ticketed event on Friday 11th July will see each brand mixing up some delicious drinks, teamed with award winning tonic brand Fever-Tree.

Tickets are prices at £10, which provides two tokens for two of our carefully curated brands signature gin cocktails. Attendees will also get the chance to taste each gin featured, buy further cocktails and buy a discounted bottle of their favourite to take home.

The Saturday will see Martin Millers and Sipsmith each host a Gin cocktail masterclass, giving an introduction to the brand, their history and most importantly; their gin. Tickets are £8.

For tickets and more information visit: Sheridan&Co

 

 


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Portman Square to host Summer in the Square http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/news/portman-square-host-summer-square/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/news/portman-square-host-summer-square/#respond Sun, 22 Jun 2014 11:29:13 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2779 This summer Portman Square Garden will be home to a series of special summer events. The usually private green space, a stone’s throw away from Oxford Street, will be open to all at the courtesy of the Baker Street Quarter Partnership. Starting with live coverage of Wimbledon tennis, visitors can enjoy the complete SW1 experience without [...]

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This summer Portman Square Garden will be home to a series of special summer events. The usually private green space, a stone’s throw away from Oxford Street, will be open to all at the courtesy of the Baker Street Quarter Partnership.

Starting with live coverage of Wimbledon tennis, visitors can enjoy the complete SW1 experience without venturing south of the river.  Watch all the live action whilst enjoying strawberries and cream and sipping Pimms without facing the crowds at Murray Mount between  11.30am – 10pm.

Later on in July, the monthly food market will become a Summer Festival on 9th July, Golf in the Garden will take place during the British Open, a spectacular outdoor cinema will popup and even a Games in the Garden event during the Commonwealth Games.

For more information and full event listings visit the Baker Street Quarter Partnership website: bakerstreetquarter.co.uk


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Marylebone Summer Fayre 2014 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/news/marylebone-summer-fayre-2014/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/news/marylebone-summer-fayre-2014/#respond Fri, 13 Jun 2014 08:45:35 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2767 The pinnacle of summer in Marylebone – the Marylebone Summer Fayre 2014 – returns again this year on Sunday 15th June. Organised and run by the Howard de Walden Estate, the Marylebone Summer Fayre will again be held in support of Kids Company, the charity founded in 1996 to support vulnerable inner-city children. The 2014 [...]

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The pinnacle of summer in Marylebone – the Marylebone Summer Fayre 2014 – returns again this year on Sunday 15th June.

Organised and run by the Howard de Walden Estate, the Marylebone Summer Fayre will again be held in support of Kids Company, the charity founded in 1996 to support vulnerable inner-city children.

The 2014 Marylebone Summer Fayre will run between 11am – 5pm in the street and until 8pm in Paddington Gardens where the stage and festival bar will be located. Visitors will find everything you would expect from a traditional village fete – food, drink, music, children’s activities, craft stalls, a farmers’ market, tombola and lashings of community spirit.

Getting here

The closest overground station is: Marylebone Station
The closest tube stations are: Bond Street, Baker Street, Oxford Circus, Great Portland Street, Regent’s Park, Marble Arch

Much of Marylebone will be closed to traffic for the day, but Q-Park Harley Street and Oxford Street car parks are offering a 10% discount for pre bookings – click here to book entering “park” in the promo code.

Fingers crossed for a day of sunshine!


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La Portegna Opens in Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/la-portegna-opens-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/la-portegna-opens-marylebone/#respond Mon, 09 Jun 2014 09:13:25 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=2772 La Portegna, the luxury Spanish homemade luxury leather goods brand, has opened a flagship London store on Marylebone High Street. The store, which is located in the former Jack Wills unit, is the brand’s first venture outside of Madrid. The brand is much lauded for their range of travel products, manufactured by hand in Spain. [...]

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La Portegna, the luxury Spanish homemade luxury leather goods brand, has opened a flagship London store on Marylebone High Street. The store, which is located in the former Jack Wills unit, is the brand’s first venture outside of Madrid.

The brand is much lauded for their range of travel products, manufactured by hand in Spain. Their range of leather slippers, made from two pieces of stitched leather, draw plaudits from all over the world.

Owner Jose Urrutia was inspired by the travels of his grandparents in the thirties and forties. The name ‘Portegna’ was the name given to European émigrés to South America during the early 20th century and this rich vein of tradition can be seen throughout the brand’s goods.

Recent visitors to the recently opened store include Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin who popped in to look at this year’s summer collection.


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