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What inspired you to create Wild Child Kitchen?
The idea itself was something that came together over a few months—I had become increasingly interested in the growing wellness space but couldn’t understand why so much of our attention was … Read more →
You’ve just been signed to Sony Music; how does that feel?
It wasn’t something I was expecting at all; I work mainly in theatre and, despite always being in love with many genres of music, I never saw myself as … Read more →
What brought you to Notting Hill?
I was born in Kensington and went to school in Kensington. We travelled internationally when I was a kid but always had a home here. My parents used to take me to the carnival … Read more →
Boasting 10 years’ beauty, fashion and television make-up experience (and enviable skin), Natasha Devadlaka’s regular clients include The BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. She has worked for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Dujour, OK and … Read more →
Can you tell us how your career in Pilates came about and what inspired you to make this your livelihood?
I approached the Pilates technique because I injured my neck during a dance show. I had two slipped discs at … Read more →
Open Mon-Sat: 10am-7pm; Sunday: 10am-6.30pm
The newly relaunched Joe’s Cafe, the iconic restaurant based inside JOSEPH, on Sloane Street has just been renovated, modernising the space and updating the menu with internationally influenced, boldly flavoured dishes, alongside the … Read more →
Atelier E.B: Passer-By, Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, W2; Weds 3 Oct--Sun 6 Jan 2019; freeThis autumn, the Serpentine presents Passer-by, a new exhibition by Atelier E.B, the collaborative fashion label by designer Beca Lipscombe Read more →
Open Mon-Fri 12pm–11pm, Sat 11am–11pm Sun 11.am–10pm
The scents and spices of the Levant waft from the doors of CERU on Bute Street in South Kensington, just a shout away from the District Line tube, and close to … Read more →