Whats On In April
Image: Daylesford Farm
Spring has officially sprung, and while blossoms are blooming all over London, there’s a host of amazing exhibitions to catch this month. Here is our guide to what’s on in April.
Ever wanted to learn how to arrange a beautiful bouquet? Daylesford Farm have a course for that. Their in house experts will teach you about colour and tones as well as caring for your flowers at home. You’ll also learn how to make a hand tied bouquet with seasonal flowers. Don’t forget your wellies for a tour of their organic Cutting Garden too.
Thursday 25th April, Daylesford Farm, Cotswolds. £125 pp, Book here.
Think of the swinging 60’s and what springs to mind? Feminism? Free love? Miniskirts? When Mary Quant raised hemlines to never before seen lengths, it wasn’t just a fashion statement. It was an empowering call to arms for feminists everywhere. Her work is being celebrated at the V&A, where over 200 garments and accessories are on show. It will also contain never before seen pieces from Mary’s personal archive.
If you have some nearly new workwear that you no longer need, Marina Rinaldi is hosting a clothes drive for Dress For Success. DFS is a charity that helps women back into work by offering interview workshops and styling appointments. Each women who takes part is also given a carefully chosen interview outfit to help them take the important first steps to get back into work.
RSVP to attend Mr.Londontowhouse@mmfgshops.com / 0207 629 4454
Our favourite sustainable style boutique is celebrating the last day of it’s pop up at SMUK with a day of organic beauty. Hosted by co-founder Cora Hilts, you’ll be treated to organic beauty tutorials as well as free Kure Bazaar manicures. Reve en Vert’s beautiful selection of natural and organic beauty products will be available, as well as new Spring drops from it’s fashion offering.
Thursday 11th April at SMUK, London. RSVP essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Arbus is often credited as being one of the most well known female photographers of our time. However, around half of her entire catalogue which was produced between 1956 and 1962 is rarely seen. This new exhibition at the Hayward Gallery unveils the little known images from this period. Prepare for a deep dive into Arbus’s confrontational but sympathetic style.
You may have recently noticed that the UK is in bloom. London has a wonderful array of outdoor spaces displaying incredibly beautiful blossoms and other flora. Why not get out and about this month to witness a little natural beauty in bloom in our own city. You don’t have to go as far as Japan to catch a glimpse of blossoms.
To celebrate Easter, The Sanderson Hotel has taken its signature Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea right down the rabbit hole. The classic menu of freshly made sandwiches and sweet treats is also joined by raspberry and chocolate Easter cake. Served with a traditional offering of teas plus a cool glass of Veuve Cliquot Champagne, it’s a truly scrumptious Easter treat.