Isn’t life beautiful ?

Señor Ceviche

by Abbie Moulton · illustrations: DR

The London restaurant scene is blessed with cuisine from all around the world – with French, Italian, Japanese, Mexican – not to mention the oh-so-trendy ‘fusion’ styles that have sprung up in recent years, all to keep our taste buds excited and make sure we never get bored.

When Seth meets Acid and BBQ

by Julia Ternon · illustrations: Smokey Tails

Acid Future - the appealing new name for what’s promising to be one of the sickest days of summer.

The Common E2

by Abbie Moulton · illustrations: Amandine Alessandra, Rory Gardiner

It’s not every day you get to gaze upon architectural sketches while you sip on your morning coffee, but that’s exactly what you can do at The Common E2 – a new café, co-work space and architecture design studio in Bethnal Green. The concept brings a new creative environment to London, and with great coffee and food, it’s a perfect place to hold meetings, catch up on work, or simply hangout with friends.

Concept Store Y

by Inès de Puyfontaine

We’ve got good news Londoners, Concept Store Y have just opened a definitive shop in central London. The kind of find that you could be tempted to keep to yourself, but you know us… we like to share the love.

Huna Blends Chill Bowls

by Abbie Moulton

Huna is a Hawaiian term meaning secret breath, or ‘life force’, and it’s this spirit you’ll find encapsulated in Huna Blends chill bowls. From Hawaii to Shoreditch, via California, they’re set to be the next big thing, and with good reason – they’re delicious, healthy, nutritious, and above all, tasty as hell.


by James Brown · illustrations: Arielle Lucette

In the heart of Shoreditch lies the most beautiful bookshop and gallery – Material.

East Club

by Adriann Ramirez

Nestled away on a quiet side street in Soho, East Club on Upper James Street is reinventing classic men’s fashion for the more daring.

Laura Lea Design

by Abbie Moulton · illustrations: Julian Rapp

Laura Lea is a relatively new name to the London art scene, but one that’s already gained considerable credibility. From art shows to pop up shops, she’s worked with a range of designers from emerging talent to the big names. Now preparing to open her newest pop up, Design Boutique, in Leytonstone this July, we met with her and her lovely dog Peggy for a coffee and a biscuit to find out more.


by Natasha-Louise David · illustrations: Lurem

Lurem is a unique Japanese-British brand, taken care of by a French-Eurasian team. With almost 10 years of experience in trading from quirky Tokyo to casual unisex fashion in East London, Lurem now take pride of place with a beautiful flagship boutique in the heart of Shoreditch.


by Natasha Louise David · illustrations: Marguerite Gaudin

A place of discovery


by Julia Ternon · illustrations: Vito Fernicola

Chocolate Gangsta

Rant City

by James Brown · illustrations: DR

Etiquette for the modern age