Below is our April 2019 JUST TRENDING newsletter.

JUST EAT – Luxury cake brand GC Couture have recently opened their kosher production kitchen, a further exciting extension of their delicious brand.

JUST EXPERIENCE – Last week the JustSeventy team took some valued suppliers to experience yet another of Gingerline’s innovative and bonkers creative dining experiences. Having thoroughly enjoyed The Chambers of Flavour a few years back, we jumped at the chance to experience another and it did not disappoint! The allure of Gingerline’s productions are that the details remain secret until the day you dine. Sharing on social media is also discouraged so without ruining too much, think hot air balloons, travelling around the world and some crazy fun in-between! We enjoy being on the other side once in a while and love the immersive scene!

JUST INSPIRE – Our new intern Chloe Rose spent the bank holiday weekend putting similes on peoples faces at Great Ormond Street Hospital, combining her love of body painting, SFX and charity work.  Chloe worked alongside Bright Futures UK, an amazing charity who focus on supporting young people who have been disadvantaged by medical circumstance. 

JUST SEE – Experience the majestic quality of the worlds most celebrated contemporary glass artist. Dale Chihuly is back showcasing his work against the stunning backdrop of Kew Gardens. In the most biodiverse place in the world, you will see the perfect marriage of art, science and nature as Chihuly’s dazzling sculptures transform their gardens and glasshouses into a contemporary outdoor gallery space. 

JUST NEWOpening on Tuesday 30th April and catering to the needs of both business and leisure travelers, Hard Rock Hotel London will boast around 1000 stylish rooms and suites, together with two vibrant bars and a lively Hard Rock Cafe.

Drawing on the legacy of the guests who stayed in their hotels in decades past – and an inspiration to those who are yet to write their own story – Hard Rock Hotel London, located in Hyde Park stands alone as a haven for music lovers and cultural explorers everywhere. Located on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane, they pay tribute to former residents such as Jimi Hendrix, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan and Buddy Holly with an incredible memorabilia collection and original artwork in every bedroom.