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Leave winter behind and cast your mind to the start of spring by adding 5 events to your diary.

                                                                                                                                       

1. Introducing SS17

Oxford Street,  11 March 14:00-18:00

Toast the coming of a new wardrobe with florals, flute sleeves and unexpected details. Leave winter behind…

– Drinks by Edgerton Pink Gin

– Live DJ duo:Bittersweet

– Complimentary mani’s from Ami Streets

– Win a £500 shopping spree in our GIF photobooth*

– Goody bags

*Prize provided as gift card. Winner will be selected after the event. If no acknowledgment is made within 24 hours the prize will be reissued. 



2. Women of the World 

Southbank Centre, 7 – 12 March

Head to the river for Southbank Centre’s annual celebration of everything that is great about women and girls.

Female artists, writers and activists including Angela Davis, Gillian Anderson and  Harriet Harman MP are uniting to call for solutions to modern societal challenges for women.



3. Roger Mayne 

Photographers’ Gallery, Soho, 3 – 11 March

A survey of the British photographer whose survey of inner-city life during the ’50s and ’60s documents a life of postwar social change.


Men and boys in Southam Street, London, 1959 © Roger Mayne / Mary Evans


4. Diana: Her Fashion Story

Kensington Palace, until August 31

Hosted at Kensington Palace, the latest exhibition to celebrate the life of the Princess of Wales focuses on her most celebrated outfits, including that slinky black number she wore when she danced with John Travolta at the White House.

There’s also a chance to take a peek at the sketches made by her favourite designers when the outfits that would make the front pages were still being created.



5. Cut Festival: The Art of Barbering 

Toynbee Studios, until 5 March

A 10-day festival bringing together international artists, East London barbers and activists to explore the history and social relevance of the barber shop.

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