What’s on at Liz Earle?
We can’t believe Chelsea in Bloom is finally here! Extending the RHS Chelsea Flower Show into the local area, this year’s ‘Floral Safari’ theme is set to transform Duke of York Square and the streets of Chelsea into a floral haven of exotic wildlife. As well as two incredible lions at the Square and more planned for Chelsea in Bloom (will hyperlink our original CiB article here), Liz Earle will also be celebrating in style with a fantastic selection of in-store events to enjoy.
From afternoon tea with a twist to a special pampering session, these events are perfect for some well-deserved ‘me’ time or relaxing with friends. Read on to find out more – we are particularly excited for the Chelsea in Bloom Bouquet Workshop!
To book onto any of these events or for more information, please call the Square’s Liz Earle store on 020 7881 7750.
Tuesday 23rd May, 6-8pm
Bridal Skincare with Sarah Carr: enjoy this exclusive event and learn how to create the perfect pre-event skincare routine for a glowing complexion. Tickets are £20, redeemable against purchases on the day.
Wednesday 24th May, all day
Radiance Ritual Pamper Day: Relax and enjoy a complimentary mini treatment, such as an aroma ritual hand and arm massage or a radiance ritual pampering session.
Friday 26th May, 12-12.45pm, 1-1.45pm &
Floral Fragrance Workshop with Caroline Archer: Discover the art of fragrance and find your signature scent while enjoying afternoon tea. Tickets cost £10, again redeemable against purchases on the day.
Saturday 27th May, 11am- midday & midday – 1pm
BeautyAesop to open at Duke of York Square
Iconic Australian brand Aesop will be opening a new flagship store right here in Chelsea. Due to open later this year, it will be the brand’s biggest UK store, complete with its bestselling products as well as plenty of new ranges to discover.
News & EventsPintar Rapido arrives at the Square
We’re excited to see Europe’s biggest outdoor painting festival and competition, Pintar Rapido, returning to Chelsea from 29-30 July. Aiming to ‘capture the spirit of the city in a day’, hundreds of artists will be painting at almost every corner of London - including our very own Duke of York Square.