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Leading the new wave of ‘sip, don’t slam’, guests sipped the evening away on Casamigos 100% blue agave tequila, premium frozen margaritas and cocktails while feasting on delicious canapés from the à la carte including duck Tacos with Nutella Mole, 21 day aged fillet and Chicken skewers with an Agave Chile Glaze, ensuring guests left feeling as though they had been transported right to the corazón of Mexico.
An independent restaurant, Cantina Laredo is owned and operated daily by the Ginsberg family who are dedicated to creating a truly authentic modern Mexican experience. Tarryn Ginsberg has teamed up with one of Mexico City’s culinary experts, Roberto De la Parra to create an informal sharing menu that takes diners on an unforgettable journey through Mexico’s diverse regional cuisines.
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M&S Menswear held a Tailoring Talk in central London at Scarfes Bar, Rosewood Hotel.
The stylish tailoring panel included M&S CEO Steve Rowe, supermodel David Gandy, uber stylist, Sarah Ann Murray and industry expert, Terry Betts, and was hosted by style icon and influencer, Jack Guinness.
THE TAILORING TALK PANEL
TERRY BETTS, JACK GUINNESS, SARAH ANN MURRAY, CEO STEVE ROWE, AND DAVID GANDY, ALL WEARING M&S
The Tailoring Talk panel deliberated the past, present and future of tailoring, discussed M&S customers and their input into shaping the new range, as well sharing stories on first suits and debating ultimate suiting icons.
Media, influencers and a number of special guests attended the event, including face of M&S Autograph Oliver Cheshire, Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana, Toby Huntington-Whiteley, Jim Chapman and Eric Underwood.
RICHARD BIEDUL, OLIVER PROUDLOCK
AND OLIVER CHESHIRE, ALL WEARING M&S
17 iconic menswear influencers of varying styles and ages also attended the event, wearing their favourite M&S suits. They listened to the talk while seated on personalised bar stools, showcasing their sartorial choices.
David Gandy Global Style Icon and M&S’ first ever tailoring ambassador said, “I am honored and excited to be named as the first ever M&S Ambassador of Tailoring. Ironically my first ever suit was one of my Dad’s M&S pure wool suits that I had altered to fit me, ever since then I have had an interest and love of British tailoring.
I have been part of the M&S family for over six years now, both as a face and as a designer for my own collection, which have proved to be very successful. My role has now evolved and expanded to working behind the scenes with the creative teams on the new suit style section of the website, and on the art direction and styling of the new tailoring campaign. I am delighted so far with the results and I’ve enjoyed watching the ideas and concepts come to life, and hope the new tailoring styles in the imagery and videos inspire M&S customers”
M&S CEO, Steve Rowe said,
“I’ve really enjoyed being part of the M&S Tailoring Talk tonight, marking the launch of our biggest ever suit collection which we’ve designed and developed through in depth customer feedback. It was great to debate the significance of the suit past, present and future with our new Ambassador of Tailoring, David Gandy, and others from the wider M&S network.”
A brand new suit style section on the M & S website has launched online, housing editorial content and video, as well as tips on how customers can wear suits for different occasions from the different ranges within M&S.
The Rosewood Hotel: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/london
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