March is literally around the corner and it’s set to be a big month with endless things to see, do and support.
Here’s a look at some of the highlights that are worth noting down in the calendar…
Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy 8 March – 9 September
See Pablo Picasso’s first ever solo exhibition at Tate Modern and feast your eyes on the artist’s most iconic pieces. Absolute must-see.
Marylebone food festival 8- 18 March
Food lovers, this one is for you. Try some tasty dishes from the likes of Hoppers and Lurra at the Marylebone food festival.
Ganni pop-up store 15 February – 7 March
There’s still time to swing by Ganni’s souvenir pop-up in Selfridges so Mack tracks for Bond Street asap and treat yourself to some Scandi-cool merch.
Chloé pop-up in Selfridges until 14 March
Swing by Selfridges to check out the new Chloé pop-up celebrating the new creative director, Natacha Ramsay-Levi, and her first collection.
Stine Goya pop-up Fenwick 26 February – 15 April
All about bold, bright colourful patterns? Fan of Stine Goya’s? Then check out the pop-up at Fenwick at Bond Street, which is celebrating the brands 10 year anniversary.
March4Women 4 March
Support gender equality by joining the March4Women walk, beginning in Millbank at 12pm all the way to Trafalgar Square.
International Women’s Day 8 March
Support and celebrate the brilliant achievements of women across the globe. This is a huge deal, this is about polite activism. Take part in talks, walks, lunches and debates all around London, for example;
- Live panel event in Seven Dials (including jewellery designer and businesswoman Dinny Hall)
- #MotherWorks photography exhibition in Brixton Pound Cafe
- Women in focus festival (10th March)
Mother’s Day 11 March
The perfect opportunity to treat your mum to something special and tell her what a diamond she is. Think brunch, think piece of jewellery, think day out doing all the things you’ve been meaning to – she deserves it.
St Patrick’s Day 17 March
You don’t have to be in Ireland to enjoy St Patrick’s Day. Join the festive parade or pop by a traditional pub to celebrate with happy Londoners.
M2M Coffee morning 23 March