WHAT TO DO THIS EASTER WEEKEND

If you fancy making the most of the four day Easter weekend (rather than sitting on the sofa surrounded by Easter egg wrappers), here’s what’s happening:

FESTIVAL FUN

The first bank holiday weekend of the year means it’s time to party, right? Kick it off by going to see our current music crush Wolf Alice play Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Friday night. Alternatively, you can spend the whole weekend soaking up something a little more old school, at ’60s themed festival Le Beat Bespoke Weekender, or the London Ska Festival. Not in the mood for music? Check out Bath Comedy Festival for some guaranteed LOLs.

FILM CLUB

Pencil in a cinema date (or three), the long-awaited documentary about Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection for Dior, Dior & I is out on the 27th March – think dream dresses and celeb appearances all round. If that’s not your cup of tea, While We’re Young is out on Friday, directed by Frances Ha’s Noah Baumbach and starring Girls Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried – prepare yourself for a sweet, awkward comedy with a dreamy New York backdrop. Or, unleash your inner Disney princess and check our the live action Cinderella re-make.

OUT AND ABOUT

The weather is (fingers crossed) going to be brilliant across Easter Weekend, and luckily there’s some amazing outdoors activities going on. It wouldn’t be Easter without an egg hunt, so get down to Kensington Roof Gardens and find your way to a giant luxury egg from Choccywoccydoodah, or Kew Gardens for a Willy Wonka themed eggstravangza, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Shopping on Oxford Street? The Meringue Girls are setting up shop in our flagship store, stop by for free sweet treats when you spend over £60! 

 And what to wear? Get your outfit inspiration from our Easter feature.