Lahd Gallery commemorates ten years of MENASA creativity
The gallery celebrates ten years of showcasing artistic works from Gulf artist
26 November 2015
Novikov Restaurant and Bar paired up with Louis Roederer to provide a Champagne Ice Bar for its Mayfair Christmas Market on Saturday 28th November. In addition, Birra Moretti will be bringing ‘Allegra,’ its Lambretta beer font, along to the festivities.
This new initiative, that will see the whole of Mayfair Place closed off to traffic from 10am until 9pm, has also attracted the support of some of the capital’s retailers.
Heywood Hill books, a literary landmark, will be offering a selection of gifts for the discerning bibliophile, including A Year in Books, a much loved tradition that sees a book chosen for a recipient and then delivered every month.
Kitchen Provisions will be cooking up a storm with its range of gadgets, from bespoke blend gin kits through to hand-crafted Blenheim Forge carbon steel chefs’ knives.
Whether it’s baubles or bows, luxury Christmas decorations and accessories from Tinker Tailor are sure to add a touch of festive magic to any home.
Atlas Collection meanwhile brings handmade items and gifts made by artisans, social enterprises and community organisations from around the world.
Come along to the Mimosa Kids stall for a selection of quality clothing for stylish young ladies. Those slightly older may prefer the collection on offer from Boom Jewellery and Venerari or perhaps Sandy Bay, London’s luxury home fragrance collection. William Evans will also be sporting country accessories for more rural pursuits.
And where better to buy your tree this year than directly from one of the suppliers to New Covent Garden Market who will be selling a range of Danish conifers grown using only the best ethically sourced seeds? Prices start from £50 and home delivery can be arranged.
With many other stalls offering everything from skincare to mouth-watering foodstuffs - and a guest appearance from Santa himself - a visit to the Mayfair Christmas Market is a must. Entry is free of charge and open to all.