London's Lanesborough Partners with Fashion House


Heads up, fashionistas! In London, the Lanesborough has teamed up with fashion house heidi klein to host a fashion-themed afternoon tea this fall. On Friday, October 19, The Lanesborough will present an exclusive preview of heidi klein's Resort Summer 2013 collection. Participants of the preview event can also take their afternoon tea in Apsleys, the hotel’s Adam Tihany-designed restaurant.
This exclusive event will showcase the highlights of heidi klein's Resort Summer 2013 collection and provide participants with a unique chance to meet the designers and have them style their winter sun wardrobe. Guests will also get a heidi klein beach bag and a shopping voucher to take home with them.
The Lanesborough and heidi klein Afternoon Tea will be held on Friday, October 19, from 4.00pm to 6.00pm, and includes fresh strawberries and cream and a glass of Champagne. Good to know: Gluten and dairy-free afternoon tea are available with 24 hours request.

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