The Gentlewoman Club was treated to a very special tour of the exhibition Louis Vuitton Series 3 – Past, Present, Future by the award-winning stage designer Es Devlin. Please enjoy these photographs from the evening’s festivities. October, 2015. Photography by Adam Slama.
A jovial evening at Magma bookshop, in London’s Covent Garden, where the twelfth edition of The Gentlewoman was celebrated in the company of friends. Photography by Fernando Uceda.
To celebrate the enduring brilliance of Arts and Crafts furniture, The Gentlewoman Club co-hosted a jolly do with the antique traders at heart of its renaissance: those fabulous fellows at The Millinery Works. Photography by Kasia Bobula.
The Gentlewoman No.11 was ushered in for spring and summer two thousand and fifteen with a sublime party at Claire de Rouen books in London’s Soho. Such fun! Photography by Fernando Uceda.
To Paris, where, during Fashion Week, The Gentlewoman decamped to Ofr bookshop in the third arrondissement to honour the ninth edition of the magazine.
The Gentlewoman Club hosted its first Christmas Ghost Walk on a chilly December evening with a terrifying exploration of Soho and Covent Garden convening at Sunspel on Old Compton Street for warming post-walk drinks. Photography by Danny J Peace.
It was a jovial evening of affordable art, drinks and shopping as The Gentlewoman played shop with special guest gentlewoman shopkeeper actress Maddy Hill at House of Voltaire. Photographs by Kareem Abdul.
The Gentlewoman Club hosted a film screening with Studio Voltaire and the artist Anne Collier at The Club at Café Royal. Anne selected the cult classic “Eyes of Laura Mars”. Photographs by Danny J Peace.