The A List: 11 January

Mocktails, macarons and a must-try face mask

Image courtesy of The Great Chase

The Great Chase This entirely alcohol-free restaurant in Islington has launched a new mocktail and tea menu in honour of dry January. With a strong emphasis on ethics, all food and drink is responsibly sourced and free-range. Everything on the drinks menu, from cordials and concoctions to rare teas and coffees, is either Fair Trade or Direct Trade, meaning that all of the farmers and growers who supply the restaurant are guaranteed a fair price for their ingredients.

Pologeorgis trunk show For all of you luxury fur lovers, this trunk show is an absolute must. Check it out on 18 and 19 January from 10am to 4pm at 45 Park Lane.

Oozoo Face Injection Mask This fabulously rejuvenating Korean sheet mask features both illumination and hydration varieties, with a syringe full of product for extra skin tightening.

Skinny Lemon The nutritionist Jenna Barclay has developed this sugar-free drink as an alternative to juice, tonic and Diet Coke mixers. While it tastes brilliant on its own, some think it’s even better with vodka, tequila or gin… Available at Harrods and Harvey Nichols, Skinny Lemon is made with only water, lemon juice and stevia.

L’Occitane The brand’s bright new flagship store opened right before Christmas on Regent Street and offers a beautiful array of products and treatments, with a Pierre Hermé macaron bar to boot.

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