Louis Vuitton in its renovated New Bond Street Maison is hosting an exhibition of art work, dedicated to the Queen, created by German artist Hans-Peter Feldmann. Visitors will also be treated to live piano performances, held at 1pm on June, 5.
In celebration of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Nicholas Kirwood has created a patriotic shoe, with his own signature twist, entitled ‘The Jubilee Shoe’, that you can see in his amazing boutique on Mount street, Mayfair.
Selfridges is also celebrating The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this year and the Victoria & Albert Museum’s forthcoming exhibition by launching a pop-up showcase dedicated to the world’s most beautiful ballgowns – with the Valentino designers, Erdem, Robert Cavalli and Nina Ricci are creating one-off unique dresses.
Make your Jubilee day outfit a stylish one with Vivienne Westwood’s new dress collection, inspired by the Queen’s dresses throughout the years. Highlights include floor-length gowns in nude and red, as well as Union Jack dresses, featuring the designer’s signature draping.
Mulberry has created a capsule collection in celebration of Britain’s big year – comprising three of its iconic styles, each branded with a subtle Union Jack plaque. Available in stores nationwide.
In the same way Karl Lagerfeld featured in a live broadcast of last year’s royal wedding for French television channel France 2, the Chanel helmer is also giving live commentary on the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations on June 3. If you’re not based in France, the show is bound to hit YouTube not long after.
Spanning the 60 years of her reign, the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery showcases pictures of the Queen by the art world’s leading names, including Lucian Freud, Andy Warhol, Annie Leibovitz and Cecil Beaton.
Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff have teamed up with Topshop to create a host of Jubilee-themed activities. Head to the Topshop make-up area to have your face painted, win shimmering Jubilee-themed, Meadham Kirchhoff T-shirts, enjoy sweet treats in the form of candyfloss and glittery pink popcorn and pick up a paper crown designed by the duo when you spend over £60 in store.
Harrods has recruited fashion’s biggest names to offer their take on the crown for a mini exhibiton. Expect to see bejewelled creations by labels such as Lanvin, Mulberry and Tiffany & Co.
Harrods also made it so you can even smell like royalty with a new commemorative Diamond Jubilee fragrance created by No 9 for the iconic store. Consisting of amber, musk and sandalwood, it is adorned with the prettiest of Jubilee-inspired prints.
The Victoria and Albert Museum latest exhibition is a showcase of Britain’s most beautiful ballgowns since 1950. From Erdem and Alexander McQueen to Catherine Walker and Bellville Sassoon, each incredible dress represents a different take on the most special of evening attire.
Anya Hindmarch is inviting shoppers to ‘Be A Queen For The Day’ and have their photograph taken against a backdrop in any of her three London stores, using a host of royal-themed props – from orbs to crowns. Battenberg cake and gin and tonic jellies will also be provided. (Ledbury Road, Sloane Street and Bond Street)
For the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, Buckingham Palace is hosting a new exhibition showcasing Her Majesty’s diamond jewellery – including personal items, as well as pieces that have been acquired during her reign.
Philip Treacy, the legendary milliner has created a bespoke hat for the Investec Derby’s official face, Laura Bailey, to wear during the races. The event will officially open the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, with Her Majesty visiting the racecourse in person.