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This Week CF Loves

This Week CF Loves: 19.02.24

This week is all about established brands we love and their reinvention. From an Agatha Christie-esque train journey to an iconic exhibition at Tate Modern to our favourite deli’s new launch.

Catch this exhibition, book ahead for this experience, order this for brunch at home with friends. This is what we’re loving in this week’s Citizen Femme hotlist.

BOOK THIS The Carriage Club 

World’s apart from your usual morning commute on the rails, The British Pullman, A Belmond Train has launched the first immersive Cabaret experience aboard a train, in partnership with the leading experiential and events company Private Drama Events. Departing from London Victoria Station and taking a journey through the English countryside, The Carriage Club offers guests welcome champagne, a 5-course dinner with wine pairing and live cabaret performances over a night of drama. Following on from the success of 2023’s Moving Murder Mystery, passengers will be transported to the glitz and glamour of the 1920s and 1930s on the Art Deco carriages of the Golden Age train, whilst after-dark glamour unfolds with musicians, magicians, dancers, comedians and mystery performers. Seasonal fine-dining dishes by British Pullman’s Head Chef Jon Freeman take meals on wheels to new heights – it’s certainly a trip to remember. Gemma Louise Deeks. 

USE THIS Christian Louboutin Teint Fétiche Le Fluide

Christian Louboutin introduces a new liquid icon to create the perfect canvas: Teint Fétiche Le Fluide, a liquid silk fluid foundation. This vegan formulation brings imperceptible match-perfect high coverage for everyone offering 30 shades of nudes from Pearl to Dune to Havane and Ochre. Seeking your perfect match? Use the number system to choose the right one for you, from light to deep, and pick the coordinating letter to select your undertone, cool, neutral or warm. The foundation slips effortlessly on giving perfectly flawless coverage with a hydrating finish from the powerful blend of high performing, that are skin-loving as well as long-lasting, actively caring for the skin.

WEAR THIS With Nothing Underneath: Denim Off-White Classic Shirt 

This everyday essential has worked its way back into our wardrobes and none other than With Nothing Underneath has reinvented one that will stand the test of time.  The classic denim shirt, but this time in white is a transitional layering piece that pairs well with white jeans for a tonal look, or easily as a loose over shirt on top of leggings. The brand is all about simplicity – paired back, laid back, timeless, effortless shirt and the classic off-white denim shirt does exactly this. So bring back the dutiful denim shirt, but make it white for spring into summer.

ORDER THIS Ottolenghi cook-at-home range  


From moreish bakes to at-home kits, the team at Ottolenghi introduces the newest range of cook-at-home and ready-to-eat products, from a postable Brownie Box to a Shakshuka Kit. Including all of the essential ingredients for two to three people, the Shakshuka Kit (a staple on the menu for over 20 years) comes almost fully pre-prepared, requiring just a reheat of the sauce, cracking of the eggs, and assembly, each kit also including freshly baked Pita, with marinated feta and chopped salad for at-home customisation. Brand new Brownie Boxes are a dream come true for chocolate lovers, with three chocolate, hazelnut and gianduja brownies – soft in the middle, filled with chunks of Gianduja chocolate, and studded with roasted hazelnuts. And a final Ottolenghi favourite is the Banana Bread with Tahini Butter, arriving with a salted tahini honey butter for serving, all perfectly packaged to arrive through your letterbox.

Yoko Ono, PEACE is POWER, 2017, installed at ‘Yoko Ono: The Learning Garden of Freedom’ at Fundação de Serralves – Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Porto, 2020. Photo © Filipe Braga

VISIT THIS Yoko Ono 'Music of the Mind', Tate Modern   


“Hello this is Yoko,” says the artist in a sound piece called “Telephone Piece” that plays on a loop at the entrance, where a large screen shows a single blinking eye. Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind at Tate Modern allows Yoko to tell her story. Spanning seven decades of the artist’s powerful, multidisciplinary practice from the 1950s to now, the exhibition traces the development of her innovative work and its enduring impact on contemporary culture, bringing together over 200 works including instruction pieces and scores, installations, films, music and photography, revealing a radical approach to language, art and participation that continues to speak to the present moment. Its an opportunity to see her for who she really is, her art and her performance – a true original.

Lead image: Yoko Ono, Cut Piece 1964. Performed by Yoko Ono in ‘New Works by Yoko Ono’, Carnegie Recital Hall, NYC, March 21 1965. Photo © Minoru Niizuma

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