Those with cramped London Fashion Week schedules will be pleased to know that the kind people at British Vogue are thinking of you. The magazine has teamed up with LFW organizers to broadcast the shows at Harvey Nichols department stores throughout Britain and Ireland. Diners at Harvey Nichols' restaurants in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Dublin will see the shows just hours after they happen - with all at the comforts of a restaurant. and none of the hassles of actually going to a show (like waiting or getting elbowed by an irate, tired, and underfed editor). It's not clear yet which shows will be broadcast, as the official LFW schedule awaits a final update. Though covering the catwalk shows may increase appetites for shopping, there is no word on how it will affect restaurant sales. --ALLIE MERRIAM
Lula Pops Up in Harvey Nichols This Thursday
To celebrate 5 Years of Lula's editor in chief Leith Clark has collaborated with Harvey Nichols on a pop-up curated by the magazine and designed by set designer Fiona Leahy. Apparently Clark is turning the 4th floor of Harvey Nichols, which she calls, "the only store you need to visit in London. British style heaven," into a wonderland of her favorite things. With products created especially for pop-up from the likes of Rodarte, Erdem, Lover, Miu Miu, Charles Anastase, Rachel Antonoff, and Sonia Rykiel; and books and music from her friends, i.e. Liz Goldwyn, Melissa Auf Der Maur, Derek Blasberg, Daisy de Villeneuve and Karen Elson, it sounds like her favorite things and our favorite things have a lot in common.