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Fashion Week Hotspots: London

11/02/2011 14:15 | Updated 22 May 2015

The beautiful Somerset House hosts London Fashion Week each season, but where else will the fashion crowds be hanging out in between the shows? Whether you're searching for the best place for afternoon tea or the perfect bar for some late night drinking and dancing, we've got it covered in our guide to the city's latest hotspots below.

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Fashion Week Hotspots: London

Conveniently located five minutes away from Somerset House, the newly refurbished Savoy Hotel is the perfect place to enjoy some much needed peace and quiet over a spot of afternoon tea. Perhaps a little indulgent, but who doesn't deserve a well earned treat after a day of dashing between the shows?

The Thames Foyer is open for breakfast, light lunch and coffee. Afternoon tea is served until 6.30. Find out more at The Savoy.

Fashion Week Hotspots: London

London's Four Seasons reopened only a few weeks ago and with all new rooms and a revamped interior, the Mayfair hotel is not to be missed during a trip to London. The best part? The glass walled rooftop spa with 360 degree views over the city.

Find out more at The Four Seasons.

Fashion Week Hotspots: London

Bar Nightjar is a hidden hotspot in London's East End. However, if a trip to Shoreditch seems a little far afield, there are handcrafted cocktails, snacks designed to compliment each drink and a live band to tempt those in know. The fashion pack will be stopping by after watching the shows at the Topshop venue – also located in East London this season.

Find out more at Nightjar.

Fashion Week Hotspots: London

Get your culture fix at Tate Britain, where the Watercolour exhibition will open just in time for Fashion Week. The exhibit will be showcasing artwork from the last 800 years, with rare pieces from the likes of JW Turner and Tracy Emin on display.

Find out more at Tate Britain.

Fashion Week Hotspots: London

Pick up some vintage treasures at Lily Allen's Lucy in Disguise store in Covent Garden. As well as Lily's own fashion collection, the shop is full to the brim of beautiful, one-off designer pieces. It will be hard not to fall in love with just one of the rare finds on offer.

Find out more at Lucy in Disguise.

Fashion Week Hotspots: London

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