If you fancy a totally fashionable latte this summer, head for Westfield shopping centre in London and the Vogue Cafe. As part of the iconic style bible’s continuing centenary celebrations, the magazine is opening a pop-up café in Westfield from 27 June to 25 September.
Located in the Village section of the shopping centre and decorated with stunning covers from the British edition over the last 100 years, it will be serving extra special celebratory champagne cocktails and punch, as well as a traditional English afternoon tea of sandwiches and sweet treats.
Alexandra Shulman, the editor said: “2016 is an exceptional year for Vogue, and continuing the centenary celebrations the Café will be a perfect stop-off for shoppers in The Village at Westfield.” However this isn’t the first time the magazine brand has had a dalliance with the food service industry – there’s also a Vogue Café in the Dubai Mall. We wonder if Kate Moss will pop in for a sarnie?