Despite a recent facelift, Walker’s Court is still home to some of the last of Soho’s establishments from the years of neon lights. The Tattoo sign still shines above the door of Diamond Jacks, which has been offering body art since 1985; it was founded by Dennis Cockell who still works with the current ownerContinue reading “Inked in Soho: Diamond Jack’s Tattoo Parlour”
COVER STORY: NEW SILVER GENERATION… It was earlier this year that I met up with model and fashion icon, Antony Fitzgerald for an al fresco lunch in Soho. We discussed our mutual passions for promoting diversity, yet challenging tokenism. I offered Antony free rein to be creative director and guest editor of our first fashion feature… here’sContinue reading “My Soho Times Autumn 2021”
Dads are notoriously difficult to buy presents for! With that in mind and with Father’s Day just around the corner, we’ve put together some ideas for great gifts to mark this special occasion for any father figure in your life… Galvin at Windows With stunning views over London (spot the arches of Wembley Stadium inContinue reading “Father’s Day Gift Ideas | My Soho Times”
With it being a year since the first lockdown, most of us have spent more time in our homes than ever before. So we could all probably do with a little (or large) Spring Clean – but why should our homes get all the attention? Surely our bodies and minds deserve a little spruce upContinue reading “Clemmie’s Big Spring Clean: For the Mind, Body, and Home”
Flash back to our autumn issue when Jason Gale, founder of the London Lifestyle Awards®, wrote about the amazing ‘bouncebackability’ of Soho’s hospitality businesses… Little did we know the we’d be back in another lockdown (or two) before long. Let’s hope the roadmap is the light at the end the tunnel, finally.
“My answer to anybody who wonders where fabric is used is this: wherever you can imagine fabric being used, that’s where we supply.” So says Simon Lipman, current owner of Borvick Fabrics in Berwick Street.
The Soho Girl ushers in the Year of the Ox reflecting on her childhood visit to Beijing China where she got her first bite of the travel bug…
Behind the facade of Yming, the iconic blue building on Greek Street and Soho’s oldest Chinese restaurant, is its inspiring owner Christine Yau.
Whatever your your reasons for giving up alcohol – a New Year’s resolution for a healthier you, or to simply detox from weeks of festivities – join millions around the UK start 2021 with the alcohol-free challenge, Dry January. We’ve selected these three drink brands we think you’ll love!
Brunch is latest food craze to hit the capital, and it has comfortably found a home in London’s foodie capital – Soho! If you’re looking for a unique and exclusive venue to for a brunch date over the weekend – we highly recommend booking at table at Blacks to try their stunning new Brunch menu!