Love was in the air as we celebrated Valentine’s Day and however you chose to do so, The Royal Exchange was the place to be! From fulfilling gift-giving to romantic date spots, we have it all — even, now, on the weekends!
WEEKENDS AT THE LIBERTINE
We are delighted to invite you to weekends at The Libertine. The latest City hot spot is now open Saturdays from noon till late, and Sundays till 7 pm: perfect for romantic rendezvous, cosy cocktails and the famed menu of this London establishment.
FROM DIAMONDS TO ROSES
Finding a gift that says “I love you” at The Royal Exchange’s boutiques is an experience in itself. Our iconic walls are filled to the brim with Valentine’s Day gifting options from our famous brands. With dazzling diamonds at Boodles, heart pendants from Georg Jensen or the famous Tiffany’s lock and bespoke engagement rings at Vashi, we are well-stocked to celebrate love. Or choose from rose-scented candles at Jo Malone, pink heart macarons at Ladurée and rose biscuits at F&M — you cannot go wrong.
LOVE LETTERS TO LONDON
The Royal Exchange was proud to be home to one of fifteen bespoke post boxes that appeared throughout the City in February as part of the Love for London campaign.
BUT ENOUGH ABOUT LOVE
Maybe you don’t hate Valentine’s — but are just a bit anti-establishment rather than anti-love. Either way, both the rebels and romantics went head over heels for punk stalwart Ray Rossi’s recent exhibition at Red Eight Gallery. And if you had had enough of the pink: Montblanc highlighted its THINK BLUE range of items in shades of watery, calming azure and sapphire.
…a special happy birthday to Tom Davies’ Royal Exchange boutique, where the brand had a reception on February 10.