It's time for London Collections Men SS17 and visiting a new city is always hard. Find out where to stay, what to do and how to get around, planning an itinerary isn’t easy. Add catwalks and presentations and the stress reach new heights. Whether you are a LCM veteran or a newbie, have a look at our list to find some tip and leave a comment below.
DJ Mag Sessions
10th June - Egg London
Great House night with Solomun, Magdalena, Alexis Rapahael and many more at Egg London in King’s Cross. Discover more at https://goo.gl/XRFHQf
11th June - Brockwell Park
Found Festival returns for the fourth and biggest edition so far. Taking place at London’s Brockwell Park, there will be six stages of house, techno, disco, including names as Marcellus Pitman, Theo Parrish, and Petre Inspirenscu. Discover more at foundfestival.com
11th - 12th June - Victoria Park
Over the last decade Field Day has slowly become one of London’s very best music festivals, with a consistently excellent booking policy covering the world’s finest alternative acts. Huge festival with an iconic line up with names like James Blacke, PJ Harvey, Air, Four Tet, Gold Panda, Tale of us and many djs. Discover more at fielddayfestivals.com
UNLEASH x WARUNG OPEN AIR
11th - 12th June - Studio338
A beach party, in London, you heard it right. There will be tonnes of sand brought to this open air location especially for the occasion. Line up including Dubfire, Matthias Tanzmann, Subb-an, Brett Jacobs and many more, from 11PM to 7AM. Discover more at http://goo.gl/VS8DSG
Brixton Summer Roof Party
12th June - The Prince of Wales
If you’re looking for some underground event this is the one, House and Garage classics plus BBQ and cocktails in Brixton. Discover more at https://goo.gl/L0FkYu
Celebrating LCM June 2016 and 20 years since the first Kokon To Zai store opened, from 9PM till late. With invitation.
Steakhouse - ££
Denmark Street, Soho or Beak Street, Soho or Henrietta St, Covent Garden
If you’re looking for some steak, this is definitely the best choice for price/quality ratio. Expect to pay about 15/20£ for your main course plus sides and drinks.
Abeno and Abeno Too
Japanese - £££
Museum Street, Holborn or Great Newport Street, Leicester Square
Looking for something new or unusual? Okonomiyaki is the perfect choice. Born in Osaka, Japan, this is a typical dish that consists of avoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients like fish or meat and topped by different soy-based and herbs sauces. It’s quite expensive but it’s worth the experience.
Italian - ££
Gloucester Road, South Kensington
Brutti and Boni is a small and cozy Italian bistro and deli, it specialises in real Italian food brought in directly from Italy. If you’re looking for some pasta or just a real Espresso. Prices about 18£ for a complete meal.
Indian, Asian - £££
Boundary Street, Shoreditch or Upper St. Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden or Stable Street, King’s Cross or Kingly Street, Carnaby
A swish Bombay brasserie in the style of the old post-colonial 'Irani cafés' of Bombay, Dishoom is filled with retro design features: whirring ceiling fans, low-level lighting and walls adorned with vintage Indian magazine advertising. Tandoori grills, nan rolls, tamarind chutney, spicy vegetables, you can find a large selection of Indian specialities for around 17£.
Mediterranean, British, Cafe, Vegetarian, Middle Eastern - ££
Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town
A Stables Market spot serving dishes influenced by cuisines across the globe, including the Middle East, Scandinavia and France. Famous for Shakshuk, a traditional eastern Mediterranean dish of 2 eggs braised in a fresh, homemade tomato based sauce, slow roasted using a blend of vegetables and spices.