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London Beauty Week

Full schedule to be released soon.

The first ever London Beauty Week will celebrate the power of the British beauty industry, hosting a number of consumer and trade events to mirror its sister event, London Fashion Week, showcasing some of the most exciting British beauty products.

With a focus on the future of the beauty industry, Britain’s Next Big Beauty Brand competition will launch during the week, offering start-up beauty companies the chance to win beauty business mentoring from experts and a central London retail space. The panel will be judged by individuals from Covent Garden, the British Beauty Council and trend forecaster WGSN, with the winner given a prime retail spot in London’s beauty hub Covent Garden to sell their product, mentoring from the British Beauty Council and access to WGSN’s premium subscription services for a year.

Throughout the week London Beauty Week will celebrate London’s importance in the global industry, bringing together some of the most influential industry voices to celebrate trends, showcase new product launches, host supper clubs, beauty workshops and hold discussions on the future of the industry. The full schedule for the week will be released in August and will also include a London first – an outdoor Beauty Playground in the heart of Covent Garden.

Explore Covent Garden’s Make Up and Beauty range now.

11 September @ 8:00 am - 15 September @ 5:00 pm


11 September @ 8:00 am
15 September @ 5:00 pm

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Somerset House Film4 Summer Screen: Reservoir Dogs

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20 August 2019

Somerset House Film4 Summer Screen: The Piano

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Somerset House Film4 Summer Screen: Inna de Yard

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