Whats On In June
Image: Kevin Meredith
Summer is officially here but this month we’re excited for some amazing Pop Up shops and exhibitions. Or maybe you fancy a trip to the Moon? It’s all possible as we explore Whats on In June.
Our favourite capsule wardrobe advocate Misha Nonoo is coming to London this month with her exclusive pop up. Not only can you shop her ‘Create Your 8’ collection but there will also be beauty from Aurelia Skincare and candles from Eym Naturals. Alongside will be a curated selection from brands like Stay Wild Swim, Silou London, the Laundress and more. Misha will also be hosting a series of talks in store as well as Mini Facials and a Sound Healing class. It’s a jam packed schedule that you won’t want to miss.
From Saturday 1st – 30th June, 70-72 Marylebone Lane, London. To sign up for talks and purchase class tickets, head to the Eventbrite pages here.
This Summer, Somerset House hosts an exhibition dedicated to generations of Black creative pioneers. The show will mix together a variety of creatives over several genres and time spans. Beginning with radical filmmaker Horace Ove who created the first feature film by a Black British Director, the show is curated by his son Zak. It will also feature exciting innovators such as fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner, Author Zadie Smith, Director Steve McQueen and Artist Yinka Shonibare CBE. Don’t miss the weekend of 22nd-23rd June which will involve talks, screenings, workshops and amazing food.
Calling all Wellness nuts, Gwyneth Paltrow’s 2 day In Goop Health Sumit is coming to London. GP will host a series of events spanning beauty, food, mindfulness and fitness. Shop Goop’s own brand products, take a restorative class or sit in for an inspirational chat with one of their many lifestyle experts. It’s a great opportunity to discover the wellness trends of the future.
Join Timpanys Founder Antonia Timpany for a morning of insightful talks about valuing the clothes we wear, companies fighting for sustainable fashion plus styling tips with Louise Finch. You’ll enjoy a scrumptious brunch at Killik & Co’s stylish Grosvenor Street location. As well as an opportunity to browse Timpany’s gorgeous range of preloved designer clothes and accessories for sale.
If you consider yourself a foodie, this is a must see. Explore over 70 projects and collaborations with artists, chefs, farmers and local communities at the V&A. Subjects such as composting, farming and trading sit alongside ‘The Sausage of The Future’ and ‘Urban Mushroom Farming’. Plus the innovative ‘edible’ water bottle by Ooho! Sustainable food production is an important topic right now and this exhibition does an amazing job of delving into the specifics and future innovations.
If you’re in London’s Marylebone in June, make sure you head to Stacy Chan and Fariba Soltani’s pop up boutique, Platform. The space features their own elegant accessories brands, as well as some of our conscious favourites. Expect to find elegant nightwear from Nui Ami, order your tailored blazer from Bozena Jankowska and try on Monc London’s uber cool eyewear. We also discovered Asmuss, a brand with a passion for innovative and sustainable technical fabrics. Stay tuned for some great events to mark their last month in the store including Hat Making, Styling and a Closing Party.
Don’t miss the UK leg of the incredible Museum of the Moon tour. The art installation created by artist Luke Jerram is an awe inspiring seven meter diameter model of the Moon. The incredible piece features detailed NASA imagery of the moon’s surface to take you right up close to the action. In June, you can visit this amazing piece in Bournemouths Central Gardens for free. Check out more UK tour dates here. Personally we can’t think of a more romantic way to spend an evening.
More than 200 illustrations by Leonardo da Vinci make up this stunning collection. It’s the largest exhibition of his work in the last 65 years, and marks the 500th anniversary of his death. Spanning his interests across architecture, anatomy, engineering and more, the sketches are an insight into a brilliant mind. The exhibition will even include a da Vinci themed Escape Room.
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