Unusual: fashion tea time at the Berkeley in London

Unusual: fashion tea time at the Berkeley in London


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As we enter the ideal season for a tea time break, we have found for you an exceptional address where afternoon tea becomes a fashionable and very decorative moment. When ready-to-wear meets tea time, it's at The Berkeley hotel in London that it happens. Perfect for recovering from Fashion Week which has just ended! What would a stay in London be like without an afternoon tea experience? On your next visit to the English capital, book (very early) a table for the afternoon at the Berkeley where you will be welcomed for a "ready-to-wear". Understand that all the pastries served with your tea will be inspired by the big names in fashion and creations seen on the catwalks. On the menu therefore a real pleasure for the taste buds but also for the eyes of fashionistas: cookies in the shape of a Tory Burch swimsuit and pair of Manolo Blahnik, a panna cotta version Dolce & Gabbana, a Bavarian Oscar de la Renta, or a Jason Wu mini handbag. All served in a case specially designed by the famous porcelain house Wedgwood, decorated with multicolored diamonds. We like the idea of ​​collections of pastries that are renewed like fashion and invite us to come back. Perhaps the start of a new trend where cakes and other pastries will also have their parades and fashionistas will then become foodistas. Prêt-à-Portea is available in the Caramel Room of the Hotel from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., from £ 39 per person. > More info on www.the-berkeley.co.uk/fashion-afternoon-tea Our practical table decoration videos