Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear
At a moment of unprecedented creativity in men's fashion and reflection on gender, this exhibition explores how designers, tailors and artists – and their clients and sitters – have constructed and performed masculinity, and unpicked it at the seams.
Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature
This family friendly exhibition takes visitors on a journey to discover Potter's life as a scientist and conservationist and explores the places and animals that inspired her most beloved characters. In collaboration with the National Trust.
Bethany Williams: Alternative Systems
Celebrate the work of designer Bethany Williams with this new exhibition embracing the discussion of social and environmental issues.
Summer in the square
Sloane Square is to become London’s hottest al fresco dining destination this summer and you have to be there.
A community collaboration between the Royal Court Theatre, The Botanist and Côte offers open-air seating, delicious food and champagne sundowners surrounded by colourful bunting and twinkling festoon lights on Chelsea’s most famous Square, following a successful trial in 2021.
Chelsea in Bloom 2022
Chelsea is in Bloom once again, and from 23-28 May, Duke of York Square, the King’s Road, Pavilion Road, Sloane Square and Sloane Street will be transformed into a truly spectacular (and London’s largest) free flower festival with this year’s theme, ‘British Icons‘. Set to be the biggest yet with an extended run and over 90 participating shops, hotels and restaurants across the neighbourhood, this year’s theme is a nod to all things British, in anticipation of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee the following weekend.
VISION & VIRTUOSITY BY TIFFANY & CO.
The Tiffany & Co. “Vision & Virtuosity” exhibition, brings over 400 objects from the House’s archives to London’s iconic Saatchi Gallery. A visual chronicle of the storied jeweller since its founding in New York City in 1837, “Vision & Virtuosity” takes visitors on a journey through everything from archival high jewellery designs, Tiffany’s famed window displays and its recently acquired Empire Diamond of over 80 carats to important relics of popular culture such as the original script from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.