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5 ways to spend Mother’s Day

Show you care this Mother’s Day by treating the most important woman in your life. We’ve picked our top 5 ways to spoil your mum this Sunday, including special exhibition visits and afternoon tea! Visit Kew Gardens Orchids Festival Sunday will be your last chance to see The Princes of Wales Conservatory transformed into a mass of tropical colour. The theme for the orchid festival this year is colourful carnival, with the attention focused on Brazilian hybrids which take over the glasshouse in a series of displays. Highlights include Rainforest Tree sculptures, Bromeliad covered Brazilian carnival dancers in the pond and the vibrant tropical plant tunnel. Make your visit to the Orchids Festival extra special by treating your mum for afternoon tea, including a glass of prosecco!  Details: Festival ends on Sunday 6th March Afternoon tea: 1pm-3pm (£17.50 per person for a classic afternoon tea, £24 per person including a glass of prosecco) Venue: Orangery Restaurant Kew Garden entry fee: From £14 (https://goo.gl/u6saF6) The must-see exhibition. Vogue 100: A Century of Style at the National Portrait Gallery is THE exhibition to see. This beautifully curated exhibition by Robin Muir maps the evolution of Vogue images over the last 100 years, including original prints from Vogue’s ...
by Les 100 Ciels Team on February 29, 2016
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Fall / Winter ’15 inspiration- LONDON FASHION WEEK

We are very excited to be showing for our second season at London Fashion Week! We thought we would give you a preview of what we will be showing. If you are attending the shows this weekend, come and visit us and see the new collection! The FW15 collection takes inspiration from the iconic French fashion photographer and filmmaker Sarah Moon. Her signature photographic style of dream-like images which represent femininity, are free from time and context. It is these timeless, sensual emblems of luxury and nostalgia that lends to the designs of the new collection. Sarah Moon has an abstract aesthetic that lets a romantic, often melancholic mood shine through. The tone of the collection is influenced by this abstraction of colour, ranging from a muted palette of blush hues and through to strong teal and dark ash as the season develops. The Les 100 Ciels silhouette is enhanced in FW15, combining signature box shapes with slim fitting sleeves. Tapering is modernised through belting paper bag trousers and cropping lengths. A contemporary twist is achieved by mixing yarn weights, combining fine ribbing with chunkier knits and through featuring contrasting woven segments.       Les 100 Ciels maintains it’s ...
by Les 100 Ciels Team on February 16, 2015
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