Travel Guide for London Fashion Week


Is London the centre of the planet? Yes, in NOM DE MODE’s world it certainly is! With London Fashion Week finally here, here’s a peek into the jaunts that keep the twin power of NOM DE MODE enjoying the good life.

See Hardeep and Mandeep’s list of go-to spots below:

Restaurant: Les 110 de Taillevent (Marylebone) – we’ve luckily had a preview of this Parisian gem’s London outpost, be sure to book as it’s newer than new and a hot ticket!

Leighton House (Holland Park) – for a fix of art, architecture and a momentary escape to Arabia, Frederick, Lord Leighton’s home and studio has it all in perfect harmony. We’re slightly obsessed.

Maison Assouline (Piccadilly) – not just a book store, but a mecca for every coffee table book we could ever want, with the ‘Swans Bar’ for a graceful pick me up.


Photo credit of Maison Assouline:

Chiltern Firehouse (Marylebone) – not the restaurant but the bar, impeccably dressed staff, roaring fires and envy-inducing decor, the best place for a NdM tète a tète.



Photo Credit of Chiltern Firehouse:

Mr Foggs (Mayfair) – quintessentially English, with the quirk to boot; we love this bar to have some fun and for practising our charms on the doormen (once you find it!).

DryBy London (Fitzrovia) – every busy woman needs a trusted haven for perfect hair and nails; for no fuss but chic settings, we’re faithful to DryBy.


About the Author

Based in London, Hardeep and Mandeep Kaur are the twin co-founders of luxury outerwear brand NOM DE MODE. Through their motto - ‘live your life with panache, style and wit’ - their aim is to bring back the art of living well. Designing for women that are style intelligent and by focusing on quality, Mandeep and Hardeep are inspired by the Maharanis of India, to the streets of London, by way of Paris and New York. For more visit the new site: and follow @nomdemode on Instagram