- 165 x 215 mm
- Threadsewn, 128 pages
- Printed full-colour
- FSC certified uncoated paper
- Debossed and foiled cover
- No adverts or paid promotion
- Published in the United Kingdom
- ISBN: 978-1-9998591-3-8
- Released: November 2018
London by Weekend Journals is the definitive guide to exploring the English capital. Featuring over 40 venues across the city, the Weekend Journals team have selected their most special places from boutique hotels to prestigious galleries, independent shops to recently-opened restaurants. The book also features exclusive interviews with two Michelin-starred chef Clare Smyth, and Director of the Wallace Collection, Xavier Bray.
The book is written by Milly Kenny-Ryder and designed by Simon Lovell. Photography is all by Gabriel Kenny-Ryder and is exclusive to Weekend Journals.
All venues have been visited personally.
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