Get ready as London Fashion Week is back and kicking off 2020's global fashion weeks with a bang this February! These unmissable shows will see the best of British designers showcasing their work on the catwalks. As one of the biggest events in the fashion calendar, London Fashion Week is not to be missed.
This London Fashion Week, Mulberry invites you behind the scenes with Made to Last. Inspired by the brand's responsibility commitments to past, present and future, their Bond Street store will be transformed into an interactive pop-up from the 14th February 2020.
This November, discover the heritage, creative inspiration and technical innovation of the Maison's latest watch collection, Alpine Eagle, a contemporary reinterpretation of a Watch Icon created by three generations of the Scheufele family.
Frieze London 2019 will bring together more than 160 galleries from 35 countries, representing the fair’s most international edition since its launch. This year’s fair introduces new curators and sections showcasing performance, emerging artists and the contemporary significance of complex art genealogies and colonial legacies. Opening 3 to 6 October 2019, Frieze London coincides with Frieze Sculpture and Frieze Masters in The Regent’s Park, together forming the most significant week in London’s cultural calendar.
Harper’s Bazaar, the world’s longest-established luxury fashion, art and literary magazine, will launch the second annual edition of Bazaar Art Week this October. The exclusive series of private views, curator-led tours, panel discussions and masterclasses will celebrate the remarkable achievements of women in the art world.
The Royal Academy of Arts presents a solo exhibition of the internationally acclaimed British sculptor Antony Gormley (b. 1950), the most significant in the UK for over a decade. The exhibition brings together both existing and especially conceived new works for the occasion, from drawings and sculptures to experiential environments, that take on the RA's Main Galleries across all 13 rooms.
An astonishing set of four oil on copper panels by Jan Brueghel the Younger (1601-1678) leads the Old Master Paintings sale at Bonhams. The Four Elements: An Allegory of Earth; An Allegory of Water; An Allegory of Air; and An Allegory of Fire have been miraculously well preserved as a quartet for almost 400 years.
Register here: https://www.bonhams.com/auctio...
A rare collection of 126 SUPREME skateboard decks leads Bonhams modern and contemporary sale.
An extremely rare – and complete - collection of 126 Supreme full-sized Skateboard decks, produced by the streetwear brand Supreme New York, between 2011-2019, will headline Bonhams Modern and Contemporary Art Sale.
Chopard will partner with the fair for the second year sponsoring the ‘Talks & Education’ program. Within the Chopard Lounge guests can meet the Maison’s Jewellery and watch craftsmen and learn in detail how each piece is made. Additionally, Chopard’s one-of-a-kind creations can be admired and seminars can be attended in the adjacent Lecture Theatre.
Visit the fine wristwatch auction at Bonham's to discover fine and extremely rare pieces.
Mon-Thurs 11am – 9pm, Fri-Sun 11am – 7pm
At South Grounds, The Royal Hospital SW3 4LW
Join Sketch for a cocktail and a cream tea with ceramicist and artist Ali Miller, in conversation with art collector and historian Wendy Meakin.
Address: Sketch, 9 Conduit Street, W1S 2XG
RSVP Contact: Johannah Ball, E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 0207 659 4528
Never before seen carving by eric gill at bonham's modern British and Irish sale.
A major carving – never before seen in public – by master sculptor Eric Gill (1882-1940) leads Bonhams Modern British and Irish Sale on Wednesday 12 June in London.
Sadequain's Masterpiece 'Sunriseshines' at Bonhams Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art
Sunrise, by internationally acclaimed Pakistani artist Sadequain, is the star lot of the Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art sale at Bonhams New Bond Street saleroom.
Join leading thinkers and designers as they explore the positive potential in architecture and take a closer look at how it can overcome boundaries of race, gender, or ability.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts