Vogue turned the grand old age of 100 this year and, as part of its centenary celebrations, has opened a pop-up café in Westfield. There are branches open already in Dubai, Kiev and Moscow, so it seems only right that London, the experimental fashion capital of the world and home of the classic East End caff got one too.
Unsurprisingly fried egg sarnies are missing from the menu and in their place are dairy-free cupcakes and pretty looking gelato:
And the builder's tea is replaced by champs, natch, plus cocktails mixed especially for the café:
The walls are lined with covers from the magazine's 100 years of fashion, and it just generally looks pretty swanky:
The Vogue Café is in The Village, Westfield and will be open until September 25.