It's fast -paced, exciting and so much fun. For buyers, press, VIP's and socialites alike, London Fashion Week is an iconic time in any fashionista's diary. Sure, we go there to work hard, but as far as work goes it could be a lot worse.
Then as quickly and manically as it all started, it suddenly comes to an end, and for those first few mornings post-fashion week, after the glitter dies down and the air-kissing stops, you find yourself trying to re-adjust to the normality of every day life.
To help us ease or way back in to reality, Pink Pigeon and Circus London have extended their 'Pink Runway' cocktail, a delicious rum cocktail mixed with pomegranate, pineapple and a little bit of ginger beer. The added benefit to this little pick-me-up is that 10% of every scrumptious cocktail sold is going to a very worthy cause - The Ethical Fashion Forum.
Pink Pigeon Rum is also a contributor to the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation.
The Indian Rum company and Berry Bros & Rudd Spirits launched the delicate Pink Pigeon Rum, earlier this year. Named after the endangered species that can only be found on the island of Mauritius, the drink is full of exotic tropical flavours including nutmeg and spices as well as hand-picked Madagascan Vanilla and sugar-came.
It makes perfect sense then that such an exotic drink, be served in such an exotic place. Designed by iconic British designer Tom Dixon, Circus London's interior is an infusion of "grown up glamour with a hint of kitsch." Created for both entertainment and comfort, the interior itself is full of multi-functional and yet lavish furnishings from a banquet table that doubles up as a cabaret stage, to kaleidoscopic mirrors.
So if normality is becoming just a little bit to mundane, head down to Circus London before the 24th September and relax with a mouthwatering fun and spicy cocktail unlike any other - I'll probably see you down there!
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