The Best Winter Rooftop Bars To Get You In The Christmas Mood – Topshop

The Oxford Street Christmas lights are switched on and the PRET Christmas sandwich is here, which can mean only one thing: it’s officially time to indulge in all things Christmas. To bring you even more festive cheer, we’ve picked the best rooftop terraces that have been transformed into stunning winter wonderlands for the holiday season – whether you want to see a Christmas movie in the snow, go to an après ski event (minus the skiing) or just enjoy a hot drink in a retro lodge bar…
1. Cinema In The Snow Pop Up Screens
Ready to watch Home Alone, Love Actually and Frozen? Visit Pop Up Screen’s Christmas events to see your favourite Christmas movie in a beautiful setting. The Hackney Showroom has been transformed to a snowy landscape for the seasonA season is a division of the year[1] marked by changes in weather, ecology, and amount of daylight., complete with a magical wardrobe entrance, fir trees and festive treats for full effect.
Children’s ticket prices start from £5 and adults from £10, on sale here.
2. Ski Lodge at The Montague
The Montague’s Ski Lodge brings an authentic touch of the Alps to London. The luxury hotel’s outdoor wood deck will be transformed into a festive-themed alpine ski lodge, complete with a cosy log cabin to offer an “après ski” experience in the heart of the city.
Click here to purchase your ski pass or get more information.
3. Pergola
Everyone’s favourite rooftop bar Pergola is back for the winter season at its Paddington location, transformed to a fully heated winter lodge. What more could you wish for?
More information here.
4. Skylight at Tobacco Doc
Head to Tobacco Doc’s Skylight for London’s first ever rooftop ice rink. There will also be cutting-edge DJs, ice hockey shooting, rooftop parties and heated areas with great views of the city. Themed around an urban après skate bar, the East London venue will also serve up delicious seasonal drinks, fondue and street food.
Free entry.
5. Roof East
Warm up in Roof East’s 80’s neon ski lodge bar after a bowling session on the ice – all with free entry! To make it even better, the wintery roof is lined with igloo dining dens for a unique experience this winter.
More information here.
6. Coppa Club
Into the idea of dining in an igloo? Then the Coppa Club on Southbank is the ultimate place for you. Expect a cosy table setting (shearling pillows, plants and fairy lights) in a giant snow globe overlooking the Thames and a heart-warming festive menu.

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The New Topshop Skiwear Collection Is Here – Topshop

Heading to the slopes? The new Topshop SNO collection just landed on Topshop.com. This year, we’re focusing on stylish skiwear designed with technical fabrics – from waterproof puffers (in cool monochrome and bright neon) to super-stretch thermals you’ll want to show off…

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Discover New York’s Most Instagrammable Bakery – Topshop

Sugar, sprinkles and plenty of styleStyle is a manner of doing or presenting things, especially a fashionable one. was on the menu at last night’s dinner for Amirah Kassem’s first IRL bakery, the Flour Shop in New York’s Soho. Decorated with unicorn balloons, glitter countertops and a painted rainbow, the Flour Shop is an Instagrammer’s delight. See our favourite moments of the night below including a zoom-in of the cakes with hidden rainbow sprinkles and outfits to eat plenty of cake in.

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The #NewVogue Contributors You Should Be Following On Instagram – Topshop

This week saw the long-awaited launch of the new British Vogue, the first issue under the editorship of Edward Enninful. So to celebrate, we’ve dedicated this week’s pick of the Instagram accounts we think you should be following to the magazine’s latest recruits – from fashion illustrators to contributing editors and columnists…
1. @poppykain
Poppy Kain is Vogue’s Senior FashionFashion is a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion is a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style in which a person dresses. It is the prevailing styles in behaviour and the newest creations of textile designers. Editor, with several stunning shoots in the new issue. Naturally, we love the feature with Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.
2. @laurabaileylondon
Laura Bailey has been Vogue’s contributing editor since 2011, and now has a new weekly column, Laura Loves, on Vogue.co.uk.
3. @emmasummerton
Emma Summerton is a photographer, who shot the December Issue’s glittering jewellery feature. She’s also shot for Glamour, Spanish Vogue and i-D.
4. @stina_persson_illustration
Stina Persson illustrated Love Letters to Britain, in which famous Brits like Zayn Malik and Cara Delevingne explain about what makes their country great.
5. @amyconleymakeup
Make-up artist Amy Conley worked on the trend feature Night Shades. She’s also been featured in ES Magazine, Tatler and Wonderland.

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24 Christmas Gift Ideas For The Girl Who Really Loves Pink – Topshop

Obsessed with pink or buying a Christmas present for someone that is? Take a look at our specially curated gift guide, featuring blush coatsA coat is a garment worn by both men and women,[1] for warmth or fashion. Coats typically have long sleeves and are open down the front, closing by means of buttons, zippers, hook-and-loop fasteners, toggles, a belt, or a combination of some of these. Other possible features include collars, shoulder straps and hoods., magenta sock boots and dusty pink accessories…

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What The Personal Shoppers Are Wearing This Week – Topshop

Creating personalised edits on the daily, our Personal Shoppers are the ultimate experts when it comes to styling Topshop. Discover the pieces that are trending this week, plus tips on how to wear them now…

A velvet blazer will elevate any outfit, especially in this season’s most-sought-after shade of yellow.

This party season, we’re referencing the ’70s in metallic suits, embellished dresses and sparkly accessories.

Who said white was just for summerSummer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. The date of the beginning of summer varies according to climate, tradition and culture, but when it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa.? Wear a teddy coat or Mom jeans in bright white for a fresh Autumn/Winter look.

A silk shirt is a classic staple, and right now we’re loving this retro spotty style by Boutique.

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Our Favourite Stylist On How To Nail Party Dressing – Topshop

Have you seen our party campaign? Shot by Self Service’s Ezra Petronia and featuring model of the moment Romee Strijd, it dazzles with iridescent velvet blazersA blazer is a type of jacket resembling a suit jacket, but cut more casually. A blazer is generally distinguished from a sportcoat as a more formal garment and tailored from solid color fabrics. Blazers often have naval-style metal buttons to reflect their origins as jackets worn by boating club members., sequin flares and chainmail bags for a disco-inspired vibe that wouldn’t feel out of place at Studio 54. But how to wear it in 2017? We spoke to the stylist behind the shoot, Beth Fenton, about her inspiration and the key tips on how to out-sparkle the crowd this festive season.

“There is definitely a strong 70s element to the shoot – the jumpsuits and flared trousers, velvet tuxedos, as well as all the sequins, diamanté, lurex, satin, feathers and chainmail. They have a disco feel to them that’s straight from Studio 54 or a Ron Galella photograph…

The pieces that stand out the most ware the sequinned dress and all the diamanté-embellished pieces. There’s a very strong overall message for texture and embellishment, especially all that shimmers and shines, which is perfect for the party season and something that is very on-trend in occasionwear right now…

The way to keep it fresh for 2017 is to maximize, elevate and amplify the look. Don’t hold back – be confident with it and add bold earrings, diamanté tights, an embellished bag, a sequinned boot and faux-fur stoles. Add a pop of color and some fun with pink pom-pom pumps…

Invest in a velvet jacket. You can wear it year-round with a T-shirt and jeans, but, for the Christmas party season, you can style it closed with the matching trousers or even sequin flares and diamanté jeans. It formalizes the look, adding more richness and texture.”

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The Best Velvet Pieces That Aren’t Just Party Dresses – Topshop

Velvet is undoubtedly the fabric of the moment and the easiest way to elevate virtually any outfit. Ready to add a touch of the plush fabric to your wardrobe? Whether you’re looking for a new party dress for the festive seasonA season is a division of the year[1] marked by changes in weather, ecology, and amount of daylight., a shiny statement accessory or a full top-to-toe look, keep scrolling for our pick of the best pieces to buy now…

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Why Manchester Is Just As Cool As London – Topshop

Ahead of Megan Ellaby’s trend talk in Manchester’s Topshop Arndale this weekend (you can book your place now), we’re taking a look at the Northern city’s best spots. From independent market houses to the restaurants of the moment, here’s what you need to know about Manchester…
Federation Coffee
Federation serves some of the best coffee in Manchester, situated in the heart of the Northern Quarter. Check it out for its Scandi-inspired interiors and spoil yourself with its 18 cake choices…
Trove Foods
Curated seasonal menus, simple, pared-back small plates and natural wines – Trove is the place to eat in Manchester right now.
Northern Flowers
This florist has been nestled on Tib Street for over decade, offering unique bouquets in its quaint, potting shed-styleStyle is a manner of doing or presenting things, especially a fashionable one. shop. Pick up one of the lavender, chilli or cacti plants to take home with you.
Altrincham Market and Mackie Mayor
First came Altrincham Market, a small market house just outside of the city with five star reviews and critical acclaim, and then came its little sister, Mackie Mayor, which opened its doors in the Northern Quarter last month. If you want a selection of great food, craft beers and cocktails, head here.
Rudy’s Pizza
Fan of sourdough pizza? Rudy’s, the independent Neopolitan pizzeria in the heart of Ancoats (otherwise known as ‘Little Italy’), is for you.
Hope Mill Theatre
Hope Mill is Manchester’s newest theatre, showcasing the best new musicals, musical premiers and musical revivals in an intimate space.
The Whitworth
The Whitworth Gallery is a cultural hotspot, featuring exhibitions such as Steve McQueen’s film installation Ashes, contemporary sculptures and international collections that receive attention worldwide. The view of Whitworth park is worth the visit alone.
The Refuge
Set on the corner of The Principal (Manchester’s most iconic hotel) is The Refuge – the second success story from the people behind award-winning restaurant Volta. The perfect post-dinner spot.

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The Ultimate Guide To A Stress-Free Ice Skating Experience – Topshop

Somerset House’s iconic ice rink opens today and we’re excited to get our skates on for the first time this festive season. Scared of getting on the ice? Follow our five crucial steps below to avoid any awkward falls (or at least be prepared to style them out)…
1. Find your ideal rink
Do you feel comfortable with more or less people on the ice? On a small or a big rink? Outdoors or indoors? Make a checklist of your preferences to seek out your ideal venue. Everything will seem easier if you feel confident in your surroundings.
2. Wear comfortable shoesA shoe is an item of footwear intended to protect and comfort the human foot while doing various activities. Shoes are also used as an item of decoration. The design of shoes has varied enormously through time and from culture to culture, with appearance originally being tied to function. on the way there
You’re about to put a lot of pressure on your feet, so we highly advise wearing your most comfortable shoes on your way to and from the rink. How about some lace-up hiker or suede Western boots?
3. The accessories are key
Thick socks to protect your ankles, warm gloves to cushion any potential falls and a soft hat to keep you warm – the accessories are key to a pleasant time. Who knows, you might end up bumping into ‘Mister Right’ buying your gloves Serendipity-style, too…
4. Go with someone you trust
Have a friend who is assured on the ice? The first steps on the rink are always easier holding someone’s hand…
5. Take a hot bath afterwards
We all know ice skating isn’t as effortless as it looks, so avoid achy limbs the day after by getting into a hot bath. Complete the day by snuggling up in front of your favourite Christmas movie.

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