The A List: 8 March

International Women’s Day celebrations, plus farm-to-plate food and the best beauty buys

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International Women’s Day 2018 London is marking this important occasion with exciting initiatives across the City, from projecting messages of empowerment onto the Houses of Parliament to hosting an incredible line-up of female-led events at Southbank Centre’s Women of the World Festival.

Erno Laszlo Multi-Tasking Eye Serum Mask The latest and greatest eye masks around have just hit London – but I would expect nothing less from Jackie O’s skincare guru.

Immersive Cult When you want to plan a party, and I mean a-pull-out-all-the-stops-and-add-all-the-bells-and-whistles type of party, the only person to ring is the fun, gregarious Garrett Moore and his team of creative wizards.

Lauren Christy Make-up I am admittedly picky (who isn’t?) but every time Lauren has done my make-up, both friends and strangers have told me how amazing it looks, and I have to agree. She has jobs for Sky, Bloomberg, ITV and a handful of royals, so the earlier you book her in, the better.

Genaissance de la Mer The Eye and Expression Creme Of course as a La Mer devotee I would recommend this product. Once you’ve mastered massaging in every drop using the brand’s fabulous contoured magnet, you’ll love the results.

Cannwood Farm This organic Somerset farm – the brainchild of Ben Goldsmith and Jemima Jones – now delivers boxes of pork, lamb and beef, all raised in an ultra free-range way, to your door.

Image: courtesy of Cannwood Farm

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