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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