Here We Are

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Here We Are
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See the 'teddy girls' of the 1950s and experience the electricity of pre-gentrification Notting Hill at Burberry's retro photo exhibition bringing together work from more than 30 of the 20th Century's social and documentary photographers, including never-before-seen prints by Shirley Baker and oddball director Ken Russell. Find out more here



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I have a thing with old buildings. I can wander in them for hours, observing their perfect imperfections, getting lost in their staircases, looking out of their huge windows. Old sessions house is one of those buildings - and much more than that as it features Burberry's September 2017 Collection and an exquisite photography exhibition - "Here We Are". Burberry have made a beautiful transformation to the place and turned it into an exhibition and collection showroom which is open to the public till Saturday 1st of October. There is also a cafe on the ground floor where they serve delicious cakes and I believe alcohol - it is the same cafe they've recently opened in Regent street's branch. It is clearly an unmissable state of the art pop-up and it is part of the London Fashion Week 2017.


Once again Burberry have opened their doors for the public to view their latest catwalk collection in all its glory. Usually based off of Charing Cross Road, the fashion house has moved to a stunning east London building, in Clerkenwell Green. As always Burberry have transformed the look and feel of the building, but still retained its slightly derelict personal, contrasting with the glamorous grand staircase through the centre. With the collection spread throughout the building it gives you the opportunity to get up close and see all the details and craftsmanship put into the designs. This particular exhibit also hosts a photography show to support with the collection and share its inspiration. 

Be quick though! The exhibition is only on for two weeks and ends Sunday 1st October! Its also free!