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Anjhe Mules in Culture, Self - 01 Jun 2018

Watch: McQueen

Spend 111 minutes emersed in the subversive, artistic and darkly captivating world of renegade fashion designer Alexander McQueen. The documentary, directed by Ian Bonhôte And Peter Ettedgui is a sensitive and moving view of the wildly creative iconoclast, following McQueen’s meteoric rise from Central Saint Martins graduate in 1992, to his appointment as creative director of Givenchy in 1997 and the final years he dedicated to his own label before his death in 2010.

Released 8th June, Showing at Barbican cinema until June 14th,, Regent St Cinema until June 24th


Go: Japan House

Opening on Kensington High Street on June 22nd, London has been chosen as one of the three global destinations to host Japan House, a creative crossroads for Japan and the UK. Part of a global initiative led by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan House London will be a home for Japanese creativity and innovation, providing authentic encounters with the very best in art, design, gastronomy, innovation and technology, allowing visitors a deeper appreciation of Japanese culture. Book now for Japan House's resident restaurant, Akira created by chef SHIMIZU Akira which promised to offer a truly immersive encounter with Japanese food culture.

Opens 22 June; 101-111 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 5SA,


Sweat: RooFIT Pop-Up Series

When you live in London you have to make the most of your time outdoors. That's why this summer, we're looking to relocate our workouts to the rooftop of the Montcalm Royal London House Hotel in Finsbury Square. This month from the 21st to the 29th Triyoga will be taking over the space so you can find your centre while taking in the panoramic views. Tickets are £25, shower facilities and equipment are provided and to ensure you start the day off right, PRESS are providing the refreshing cold-pressed juices - grab your technical knit and meet us there!

22-25 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1DX,