Fairy-Tale Destinations

Wizards, sorcerers, princes and goblins. This maybe the stuff of fairy-tales but you can bring some much needed magic to life on your first trip after lockdown! Visit a breath-taking wondrous destination and live out your own travel fantasy! So grab your wand, mount your white horse and take a virtual journey through the Wonder List’s most magical places. 1 – Wizards’ Town, Ghent, Belgium Once…

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Herbivore Botanicals

Herbivore Botanicals is a 100% natural skin care + beauty company. Every ingredient that we include in our products is there for a specific therapeutic reason. We do not use fillers of any kind, this means that almost every ingredient in our products is an active ingredient. This results in pure, highly concentrated and effective formulas that are a rarity in…

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London Vegan

If you’re meat-free, dairy-free, plant-based or would like to give any of these a go, even just for the odd day then there are so many restaurants to choose from London. The Wonder List has chosen the most beautifully thought out menus that can accommodate any dietary  requirements.  Wildflower, Peckham Smooth wooden benches are spread across the Wildflower vegetarian and…

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Spider Silk Parker – Spiber

Biotech start-up Spiber and The North Face’s Japanese distributor Goldwin have created the first mass-manufactured jacket made from spider silk. Only 50 Moon Parkas have been produced from the emulated spider silk – an artificial material based on the DNA of spider’s silk –which keen buyers can enter a lottery to purchase. Previous garments made using lab-grown spider silk, including the 2015 iteration…

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Buddhism Exhibition – The British Library

Encounter the outstanding beauty of Buddhist manuscripts and artworks in the largest exhibition of its kind ever held at the British Library. Explore rare treasures from the Library’s collection including colourful scrolls, precious artefacts and stunning illuminated books spanning 2,000 years and 20 countries. Meet the women whose stories are told through Buddhist scripture. Admire artefacts made by hand in a…

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The Wing – The most in demand Women’s Private Members Club

The New York-born, women’s members’ club is open. But even before the paint has dried and the restaurant, tea parlour, beauty and mothers’ rooms, terraces and co-working spaces were fitted, the building was crowded with women talking, working, planning. Like each of The Wing’s locations, London has its own aesthetic – think Rubelli floral fabrics and Caitlin McGauley wallpaper. “The…

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Scrumptious Steak, London

Cut at 45 Park Lane Damien Hirst’s Diamond Dust Psalm Series hangs majestically on the walls of the stylish gold toned Cut at 45 Park Lane. This classic American steak restaurant is elegant and sleek, with its red leather banquettes, marbled flooring and sparkling light fittings.  Being the only european venture from renowned chef to the stars, Wolfgang Puck, Cut…

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Beauty Buy 2019 #Sustainability

Expect further commitments to sustainability The beauty and fashion industries now seems united on reducing the impact of plastic pollution, with new thoughtful packaging strategies and refined formulations. Lush is pioneering the movement for zero packaging (‘naked’, as they call it) by making products in solid form, from shampoo to make-up, and in January 2019 the brand will open the…

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Wonder Guide – London’s Theatres

“Theatreland’ London’s main theatre district, contains more than forty venues and is located in and near the heart of the West End, Its hard to know where to look first. Here is our Wonder Guide to some of the top theatres in London. Many are architecturally impressive, and the largest feature grand neo-classical, Romanesque, or Victorian façades with luxurious, detailed…

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