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  Annabel’s opening over the weekend, and closing today, a LFW that both waved goodbye to the old guard (Christopher Bailey at Burberry) and welcomed some very inspiring newbies (Matty Bovan’s first show on schedule was a real reminder of what LFW can be; brilliant) – London is feeling fresh! With that in mind it’s time to get out there. And if you’re heading to Milan this week for MFW or just feel like a little Italian inspiration, check out our Stories tomorrow, where you can get a heads up on some Milan must dos.  
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Way Out West
Some exciting new openings are putting west London back on the map
We’re accustomed to venturing off to the east, but new openings in the west are set to redress the balance. This spring, it’s all about White City, Hampstead and Battersea. Circle the wagons, we’ve got a lot of ground to cover.
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Lina Stores
Spring Arrivals
New season, new restaurants
Incoming! Some seriously good restaurants are coming to the capital this spring and we’ve done the hard work for you by rounding them up. First up, we can’t wait for El Pastor’s new Tortilleria opening on Druid Street in March. Taco factory! Also in March, Bryn Williams launches his veg-centric Somerset House venture, and Soho institution Lina Stores finally get their own pasta restaurant for spring/summer. Embrace the carb.
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Crosby Street
With New York fashion week just gone, we’re already thinking about our next trip back to the big A. Need some NY inspiration too? Check out our review of Firmdale’s Crosby Street, a grown up pied-à-terre in the heart of SoHo.
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All About the Music
Discover our roundup of 2018’s music events
In need of some ear-spiration for this year? We got you! Mixmag editor-at-large Ralph Moore has put together a list of 2018’s hottest music events for us – whether you want to combine getting lost in music with a holiday, or stay closer to home.
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#UJLoves Stevie Parle’s take on Italian food: Pastaio for pasta and prosecco slushies, Rotorino for Southern flair and Palatino for the bold flavours of Rome. If you want a taste of all Palatino has to offer, book yourself in for a special tasting dinner on the 28th February. You’ll get four courses from the renowned chef, including stracciatella & anchovy on toast, fried courgette flowers, lamb chops and fried gnochetti, with tiramisu and ricotta tart to finish it all off. Plus, if you’re a Mastercard holder, you get a complimentary cocktail and wine pairing with each course.
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Michael Milosh
Just after the launch of Rhye’s second album BLOOD (which FYI – is office perfect R&B), we caught up with frontman Michael Milosh to find out where he likes to hang in London and beyond.
Where's your favourite place to eat in LA?
Winsome is my go-to LA breakfast spot – I usually go for the classic breakfast with avocado and jam. Little Doms is good for breakfast too!

When you come over to London, where's your favourite place to visit?
Tate Modern! The structure of the building is incredible, and the exhibits that are showcased are always unique to the space.

Where do you go to celebrate?
I actually like to go to Big Sur which is up the coast of California. Its my favorite place to recharge, and spend time reflecting.

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Sister City
The Ace is getting a little sister
Ok so the details are pretty vague right now but we’re already getting excited about the idea of a new venture from the Ace. What do we know? Opening in The Bowery, Manhattan in autumn this year, Sister City is going to be all about stripped-back luxury. Think less, but better. The hotel will have 200 beautiful rooms, which only offer what travelers really need (plus a rooftop bar and ground floor restaurant, obvs).
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London Fashion Week Festival
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If you’re not ready for London Fashion Week to be over and you still need a fix, head to the BFC’s London Fashion Week Festival. Open from the 22nd-25th February at Store Studios on the Strand, you can shop curated designer collections (at show exclusive prices), sit front row at your favourite LFW designer’s SS18 shows, get a heads up on the season’s trends and listen to industry experts share their secrets. This year’s tote is designed by Markus Lupfer, and it’s included with silver, gold and LUXE tickets.

UJ readers can save 20% on festival entry and silver tickets (excluding Saturday). Quote URBANJUNKIES when you buy your ticket.
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