Bottega Veneta celebrates art, LABRUM pops up in Soho & more this week

Bottega Veneta celebrates art, LABRUM pops up in Soho & more this week

by Robyn Pullen
7 min

Running with Saucony and art with Bottega Veneta in the Big Smoke, Coach is supporting the next generation in New York, and Repercussion is back at Warehouse Project in Manchester. This is just some of the good stuff going on. If you like the sound of this, keep reading to find out what’s going on Around the World. 

LABRUM London is popping up in Soho
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LABRUM London is having a Soho moment by popping up in London’s historic centre of style. The space will house ready-to-wear collections seen at London Fashion Week as well as events and live activations showcasing the brand’s unique blend of British tailoring with West African culture. The store will officially open on Wednesday April 29. 

Coach is launching its Dream Day for 2024
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The Coach Foundation is hosting a Coachtopia x Dream It Real “Dream Day,” bringing together over 250 students, the Coachtopia Beta Community and Coach’s catalyst fund recipients to build a brighter blueprint for tomorrow through discussion engagement and connection. The event will elevate youth voices and allow attendees to affect change in their communities. Coach has also announced its Catalyst fund to address the financial hurdles faced by young leaders to create a sustainable future. If this is a bit of you, head to Coachtopia’s socials for more information. 

Repercussion presale drops tomorrow
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Repercussion is returning to The Warehouse Project for a day-to-night party where it’ll take over multiple stages with a load of iconic music performances. This year’s lineup includes the likes of Jungle, Bonobo, Honey Dijon, Sofia Kourtesis, DJ Seinfeld, salute, Bradley Zero, Major League DJz, Luke Una, Chez Damier and so many more. Pre-sale tickets drop tomorrow at 10am – hit up Repercussions website to get access. 

The Blues Kitchen is hosting its 15th birthday party

This summer, The Blues Kitchen is throwing itself a 15th birthday party, and you’re invited. Scheduled for this July (with date and details TBC), The Blues Kitchen is inviting you down to celebrate 15 years of live music with a party hosted by a ton of amazing musicians. In line with this, The Blues Kitchen is releasing a content series inviting you to preview its resident musicians, with the first one shining a spotlight on blues, funk, and soul singer, Love. Hit up The Blues Kitchen to find out more.

Break into a sprint with Saucony’s London 10K

Do you fancy a run through London? The Saucony London 10K is back and ready for signups – will you be running? Teaming up with the London running crew, Grove Lane Runners, Saucony has just revealed the route for its iconic 10K. Anyway, into the nitty gritty. The course will commence at Green Park, and will wind through some of Central London landmarks, like Trafalgar Square, The London Eye, Big Ben, and Westminster Bridge before rounding out at Whitehall. If you fancy getting the blood pumping in the Big smoke, sign up here

Bottega Veneta backs Alvaro Barrington’s Tate Britain installation

Bottega Veneta is backing artists by sponsoring London art museum Tate Britain’s new commission by Alvaro Barrington, titled “GRACE.” The multi-sensory art experience is hosted in the Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries, and uses a blend of sound, painting, and sculpture to invite visitors on an exploration of Barrington’s experience with women throughout his life and in Black culture. Hit up Tate Britain to experience “GRACE,” a commision backed by the partnership of Bottega, now.

Heineken is redefining what it means to be a football fan 

Ahead of a summer of footy, Heineken is getting involved with some of the real hardcore football fans to promote positive attitudes when supporting the beautiful game. Back in February, Heineken launched its “Cheers To The Real Hardcore Fans” campaign that redefined expectations of what it meant to be a hardcore footie fan. Now, with the UEFA Champions League final coming up this week, Heineken is giving a select few hardcore fans the chance to go and see the game after they have shared their experiences. 

Kennedy Wilks announces debut solo show
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Kennedy Wilks has announced his first debut solo show, “LANDFISH,” which will be held at FILET on Murray Grove. Wilks’ work materialises the intangible, encouraging viewers to feel and see, encouraging conversations with those who view the work. It will run from June 7-9. Head to Kennedy’s socials for more information. 

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