photography by Chiltern Firehouse
photography by CHILTERN FIREHOUSE
TO EAT AND DRINK
photography by Palomar
photography by GYMKHANA
photography by 180 STRAND
A.Society, 2 Chiltern Street
Directly across from the Firehouse you’ll find a cozy book shop that was just opened by Mosier. Offering vintage photography, limited release vinyl and of course, books, the quaint shop is the ideal place to curl up and read.
Mount Street Printers, 4 Mount Street, Mayfair
Indulge in some luxurious stationery from this shop that is also home to the factory that makes it. Choose from custom made envelopes and cards or off-the-shelf notepads, invitations, and more.
Rellik, 8 Golborne Gardens
Mosier loves this independently owned boutique that’s stocked with tons of vintage women’s clothing and accessories dating back to the 1930s.
Alexandra Soveral, 97 Elgin Avenue
For organic skincare products and specialized facials or skin treatments, this is the place to go.
Prism London, 54 Chiltern Street
For trendy, high-end swimwear made for with everyone in mind, Mosier recommends stopping by Prism. She’s also a huge fan of their extensive sunglass collection and adorable espadrilles.
Mouki Mou, 29 Chiltern Street
Another independently owned shop right in Mosier’s neighborhood, here you’ll find an eclectic mix of clothes, jewelry, and beauty products hand-picked by the owners for a truly unique selection.
Lock & Co. hatters, 6 St James's Street
Experience the world’s oldest hat shop and feel like royalty by selecting from one of their traditional or contemporary designs for a look that’s truly luxe.
Liberty, Great Marlborough Street
Stop by this lovely London department store to shop your favorite brand and luxury goods. With everything from fragrances and cosmetics, to clothes and homeware it is known for it’s beautiful, feminine floral prints.
photography by MOHAMMED ALNASER VIA FLIKR
British Museum, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury
Free and open to the public, take a tour or simply wander the British museum to get a taste of history from around the world.
British Library, 96 Euston Rd Kings Cross
Browsing the national library of the United Kingdom could be a day trip in itself. The historic library is the second largest in the world for the number of items catalogue (about 150 million!). Plus, it’s open to visitors seven days a week.
White Cube Gallery, 144-152 Bermondsey Street
If you’re feeling more contemporary, check out the White Cube gallery, which has hosted many influential exhibitions. Take a guided tour or walk through the minimalist art on your own.
photography by MAX COLSON FOR BARBICAN
Barbican Centre, Silk Street
Film, dance, music, theater, and visual arts take center stage at the Barbican. The conservatory garden is a personal favorite of Mosier’s.
Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road
The angular building of the Hayward Gallery is a work of architectural art itself, but inside is a world- renowned contemporary gallery. It just re-opened in January after a two-year renovation and is ready to host more fabulous exhibitions.
Store Studios, 180 The Strand
Experience a unique creative space at the Store Studios, which host an array installments and exhibitions.
photography by MARYLEBONE FARMERS MARKET
Marylebone Farmers Market, Cramer Street Car Park
Find fresh produce or munch on something delicious at this 40 stall flagship farmers market that runs every Sunday from 10am to 2pm. Mosier recommends grabbing a mushroom sandwich here for a tasty lunch.
Thermal Floor at ESPA, Whitehall Place
Indulge in the ultimate treat yo’self day at the Corinthia Hotel’s spa. The super luxury bath house is the perfect place to unwind.
photography by PHILI VILE FOR ALMEIDA THEATER.
Almeida Theatre, Almeida Street
Take a seat in this small theater to see one of their internationally recognized plays and enjoy the fine performing arts. Check the box office ahead of time to see what’s on stage.