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Jeweler Anna Jewsbury Of Completedworks Shares Her Little Black Book Of London

Jewelry designer Anna Jewsbury founded her London-based brand in 2013, and since then, has become known and loved for her artistic and thoughtful approach to jewelry, and homewares (yes she offers a range of gorgeous ceramics too). Inspired by the arts, and London itself, Anna shares her top hot spots across the city.

Shop: Dover Street Market

They have the best curation of emerging and established designers with the most beautiful installations. And they stock Completedworks! 

Address: 18-22 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4DG

Stay: The Connaught

I would stay here purely for the Aman Spa in the basement.

Address: The Connaught, Carlos Place, London, W1K 2AL

Eat: Spring Restaurant

Fresh and seasonal food within a restored 19th-century drawing room within Somerset House – what more can you want?

Address: Lancaster Place, London, WC2R 1LA

Dance: Sadler’s Wells

They’re prepared to take risks and some of the minimalist dance I’ve watched there is the best I can remember.

Address: Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN

Chill out: Kyoto Garden, Holland Park

The sound of the water clock slowly filling up and then suddenly emptying brings a subtle sense of temporality that is at the same time an invitation to disconnect from time. 

Address: Holland Park Avenue, London, W11 4UA

Hair: Billie Currie

Sitting on the picturesque Chiltern Street in Marylebone, Mimi at Billie Currie has been cutting my hair for over 7 years now. I trust them completely and they welcome you back like family each time.  

Address: 47 Chiltern Street, London, W1U 6LX

Culture: Royal Academy

There are so many great galleries in London but the RA summer exhibition is unique. There’s something incredible about an annual exhibition that has been going for 200 years and yet remains so contemporary. And the way that the walls and floors are just crammed with pieces. It upends the usual curation that presents each piece on its own and forces you to look at how they relate to each other. The overall effect is spectacular. 

Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD

Landmark: Serpentine Pavilion

An annual architectural commission that has been going since 2000 and appears in Kensington Gardens every summer. It’s awarded to international architects who haven’t yet had the opportunity to build in the U.K. and is something I look forward to seeing every year.

Address: Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA

Gallery: Lisson Gallery

Our new neighbours as we just moved to a studio on Lisson Street. They regularly exhibit work from some of my favourite contemporary artists and have introduced me to many many more. 

Address: 67 Lisson Street, London NW1 5DA & 27 Bell Street, London, NW1 5BY

Book store: Archive Bookstore

A secondhand bookshop a short walk from our studio, it’s like Aladdin’s cave in there. You never know what you’re going to find and you will end up spending hours rummaging through.

Address: 83 Bell Street, London, NW1 6TB

Coffee: Second Shot

A coffee shop and social enterprise fighting homelessness.

Address: 49 Church Street, London, NW8 8ES

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