A haven in the heart of Covent Garden
Isn’t life beautiful ?
You already know of Karma Cola. These brightly coloured bottles are in all the best coffee shops, bars and restaurants, and their eye-popping design draws attention.
East London Liquor Company
East London Liquor Company is a one of kind venture lovingly handcrafting and importing a range of quality spirits. Situated in the heart of London’s old spirits industry in the historical Bow Wharf complex, the ethos is one close to our heart – quality spirits, made well, and priced fairly in line with the London living wage. A product made in London for Londoners.
Tipple-Taste Wine Like A Pro
Wine is one of those things we all wish we knew more about. Wouldn’t it be great to grasp the wine list, and confidently be able to choose a wine you know everyone will love ?
A place to drink, dine and dance
Harmony In Colours
Quarantacinque, the Italian touch
In the heart of Bethnal Green there is a beautiful new coffee shop, Quarantacinque, where coffee, food and design come together to create a welcoming home-fromhome. Born out of a love of Italy, where coffee culture is part of life, the idea is to give Londoners the chance to experience the true Italian touch.
House of Vapes
Vape and coffee store in the heart of the city
Ateph Elidja is a talented DJ and producer who signed his first EP/LP with Bromance - the famous French label directed by Brodinski. We discovered him back in 2013 when we first heard his track ‘Take back the night’, and no need to say it’s been an utter revelation. His metallic sounds revolutionize electronic and hip hop music and bring a new dimension to the genres.
Hey you, yeah you! Remember last 16th of July? If you don’t, it either means you suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or that you actually missed our launch party. And this, my friend, is unfortunate. We had a real blast, thanks to everyone who came down!
Charity Fashion Live
London Fashion Week with a Twist
Lord Bonbon learns Kung Fu
Sibling rivalry is often the cornerstone of any good brotherly relationship, but in my case the term ‘rivalry’ can be extended to actual physical bodily harm. Don’t get me wrong, I love my brother but I also love to punch and kick him on a weekly basis (occasionally he does the same to me). Before you raise an eyebrow at how dysfunctional that sounds, bear in mind that the physical abuse inflicted is currently the glue that binds us.