From new restaurants opening to luxury fashion – our LMH Luxe List rounds up what’s on our to-do list for the month of April…

The Restaurant: Josephine Bouchon, Fulham

Josephine Bouchon is the new addition of the Michelin winner Claude Bossi in the heart of Fulham. The little French bistro is his first restaurant in collaboration with his wife Lucy, a restaurant reminiscent of the traditional Bouchons so often frequented by Claude and Lucy in his hometown of Lyon. 

The menu pays homage to his grandmother –  named Josephine hence the name – and is inspired by the dishes that she used to cook Bossi. Classic Tasty French food from onion soup, frog legs in garlic butter (encouraging you to eat with your hands) to the more traditional Lyonnaise cuisine such as sauce mutarde (tripe sausage, dijon mustard sauce). All wines are from Rhone Valley, including Josephine’s own label wine, available in red, white and rosé, served in Bouchon-style metre wine, where the bottle is left on the table for guests to help themselves.

315 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QH

Monday- Sunday, 12pm – 2.30pm and 5pm – 9pm

The Exhibition: ‘When Forms Come Alive: 60 Years of Restless Sculpture’ by Teresa Solar Abboud, Southbank Centre

“When Forms Come Alive” is an art exhibition at Southbank Center featuring sculptures that are inspired by various sources such as dance gestures, waves breaking, molten metal flow, and spider webs. The exhibition celebrates the dynamism and constant change in the world, emphasising the pleasures of physical sensation and movement in an era dominated by digital interactions.

It showcases works by 21 international artists including Ruth Asawa, Nairy Baghramian, Phyllida Barlow, Lynda Benglis, and more and it has been praised by the likes of Evening Standard, Time Out and AnOther Magazine.

Open until the 6th of May

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The Theatre: Neil Simon’s ‘Plaza Suite’ at the Savoy Theatre

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick perform together for the first time in West End. Plaza Suite is a play by Neil Simon that took Broadway’s crowds by storm, a hilarious story for love and marriage about high school sweethearts. 

A production that played multiple sold-out theatres and broke many box-office records at the Hudson Theatre, becoming the third-highest-grossing play revival in Broadway history during its limited 19-week engagement.

Until 13 April

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The Collection: Swarovski x Marina Raphael

Marina Raphael is an accessories brand known for its unique interpretation of modern elegance and craftsmanship in accessories. The brand collaborates with Swarovski to unveil a captivating capsule collection, featuring dazzling micro bags in two pastel colours and a classic white.

The micro Stella bag is a classic Marina Raphael but now has been upgraded with Swarovski crystals and is made from soft suede and napa leather. 

A sixth-generation Swarovski family member, Marina draws inspiration from her familiar heritage, citing the influence of impressive women who have shaped her work ethic. Having established her own label at the tender age of 22, the young entrepreneur has been working nonstop on elevating not only the design aesthetics, the product quality but also the business practice from a social and environmental perspective.

The Pop-Up: Anya Mart, Knightsbridge

Anya Hindmarch has always been innovative with pop-up stores. Last year, the ice cream concept store with unconventional flavours was one of the most visited in London. This year she opened the Anya Mart, a nostalgic corner shop with Anya’s collection and limited edition pieces. 

The limited edition pieces include inspired Kellogg’s Candles, Frosties Pyjamas, Diet Coke Coin purse, Pringle’s tote bag and many more!

11 Pont St, London SW1X 9EH

Until 7 April

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