Night Out at Kensington Roof Gardens
Last Friday Night Londnr Magazine visited Kensington Roof Gardens for a fabulous night out courtesy of London Lux, the genius pr company that gave us
When Right is Right but Left is Wrong
Throughout history the terms for ‘right’ and ‘left’ have been used not only for direction or location, but also to convey moral standing or co
What is “Gentrification”?
Gentrification, and its associations with the so-called ‘flat-white economy,’ hipsterism, cold-pressed juices and shabby chic interiors has firmly
What If We Could Choose What We Looked Like?
The grass is always greener on the other side. In a world of billboards, adverts and Photoshop it’s hard to stop wishing. "A smaller nose", we think
‘All is Vanity, Nothing is Fair’ Frieze 2015
You never realise it’s Frieze week until it’s over and the signs of three weeks of accumulated hype and booze appear on your fatigued body...
Sun & Spray: A History of Umbrellas
London doesn’t have good days, it has good mornings and good afternoons; the weather is temperamental and likes to piss all over us every few hours
La Vida London
Experience three stunning photoshoots channeling the Spanish spirit, their skill and taste against the cold, competitive backdrop of London.
London: Mega Metropolis and Homey Village?
In the present day, we find ourselves in some sort of aesthetic limbo. London, is one of the world capitals for creativity and design, as well as fina
An Optimist’s Guide to our Robot Future
News about developments in artificial intelligence often stir up fears of robot uprisings, dystopias, and Arnold Schwarzenegger showing up at your hou
Raise a Glass to Soho’s Beautiful Past
Soho has always belonged to artists, immigrants, sex workers and poor people. Karl Marx lived on Dean Street. One of the greatest love affairs of all