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Spas in London

Places for pampering during London Fashion Week.

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Nicola Clarke

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WWD London Preview issue 09/09/2008
To help beat fashion-induced fatigue, WWD asked local industry insiders to share the names of their favorite spas.

Spa Illuminata

“I love Spa Illuminata in Mayfair. It’s a complete escape from the rest of the world, a luxury spa quietly tucked away in Mayfair.”

— Nicola Clarke, creative color director at John Frieda

Spa Illuminata, 63 South Audley Street, London, W1K 2QS, +44-207-499-7777

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Michelle Feeney

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Amanda Lacey

“I love Amanda Lacey products and always try and book in for a facial at her Walton Street clinic in London.”

— Michelle Feeney, chief executive of St. Tropez

Amanda Lacey, 46 Walton Street, London, SW3 1RB, +44-207-584-0500

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Lynsey Alexander

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WWD London Preview issue 09/09/2008


Hari’s

“I’m really into the facials at Hari’s. Gita, a therapist there, does an absolutely fabulous Ole Henriksen facial. I send a lot of celebrity clients there.”

— Lynsey Alexander, MAC senior artist

Hari’s Hair & Beauty, 305 Brompton Road, London, SW3 2DY, +44-207-581-5211


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Jemma Kidd

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WWD London Preview issue 09/09/2008

Bloww

“I always go to Bloww for my color — Lee does such an amazing job and makes my hair look really natural.”

— Jemma Kidd, founder of Jemma Kidd Make Up School

Bloww, 4 Regent Place, London, W1B 5EA, +44-207-292-0300

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Marcia Kilgore

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WWD London Preview issue 09/09/2008


The Bikram Yoga Centre

“The Bikram Yoga studio in Kilburn Lane is great and the practitioners are very thorough. Warning! It gets quite toasty in the studio but this is what makes these classes so effective and you really come out of each class feeling alive.”

— Marcia Kilgore, founder of Soap & Glory and the creator of The Fit Flop

The Bikram Yoga Centre, 260 Kilburn Lane, London, W10 4BA, +44-208-960-9644

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Neil Moodie

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WWD London Preview issue 09/09/2008


Simon Hayes, trainer, and Mikey Hall, yoga instructor

“I always try and see my personal trainer Simon Hayes when I’m in London and he also does the best deep tissue sports massage. Mikey Hall is also the most amazing, dynamic yoga teacher and will come to your home or hotel or between shows.”

— Neil Moodie, Bumble and bumble’s U.K. editorial stylist

Simon Hayes, +44-795-613-4160

Mikey Hall, info@mikeyhall.co.uk

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Body Experience

“I’ve been going to the Body Experience in Richmond for years. They do the most wonderful reflexology and massage.”

— Jo Wood, founder of Jo Wood Organics and wife of Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood

Body Experience, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UB, +44-208-334-9999
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