We’re really proud to work with a great group of contributors all writing on what they’re passionate and knowledgeable about, we are also delighted to work with a number of partner content providers from London bloggers to watch and holiday companies, all of whom are worth checking out on their home turf. Find out about them all here.
Mayfair Curated, Mayfair’s only online publication, has a loyal and increasing following through both an online and social platform; featuring the latest openings, news, cultural happenings and gastronomic delights.
Founded in October 2013, Mayfair Office Girl, now Mayfair Curated, the site launched as an insider’s directory to the exclusive London district of Mayfair and was founded on Elizabeth’s extensive knowledge and much lauded passion for the area.
As the audience grows, the site will feature news from select contributors, all with a passion for Mayfair.
Recognised in Mayfair Times Community Awards 2017, as ‘The go to ambassador for Mayfair and St James’ – being shortlisted in the category for Bright Young Thing.
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Shakey Eats is a blog about food and drink; both consuming it and making it. It’s written by Steve Shakeshaft from his home in South East of London. He writes about what he knows; eating and drinking.
He regularly cooks and documents the interesting recipes and outcome he fancies trying his hand at. Like all foodies he also eats out fairly regularly and passes judgement on the establishments he visits.
Fears Watch Company Limited is one of Britain’s oldest family-run watch company. First established in Bristol in 1846 by Edwin Fear the business grew through the generations to be the largest watch manufacturer in the West of England. Having survived two world wars, Fears closed down in the 1960s when the fourth generation didn’t want to continue running it. The company was then re-established in 2016 on it’s 170th anniversary by the great-great-great-grandson of the original founder. Today Fears designs and makes its new watches both in Switzerland here in Great Britain using design elements from the extensive company archive.