From London to Sydney, check out the top five places to visit this month:
Waitress the 2007 movie was a surprise hit. Dark with the shadow of Jeremy Sisto’s brooding thug, warm with the glow of Nathan Fillion’s white-coated charm, alert with a splendid believable central performance from Keri Russell and sassy sidekick Cheryl Hines. The musical has finally hit London’s West End and worth a visit.
Waitress, Adelphi Theatre, Strand WC2R 0NS, £19.50-£125. Booking to 19 October
The 4thround of Carousel @ Bloomingdale’s has launched this week with a pop-up shop centred around culturally relevant themes. Lets face it – there is no hot topic like eco-chic sustainable fashions. Curated by Quincy Davis and her passion for sustainability, the surfer chic style really shines through in the latest assortment on the ground floor. Hot brands include Banjanan, Maeri, Atelier & Repairs, Binge Knitting and Veja. Further events can be found on-schedule here.
Bloomingdale’s 1000 Third Avenue 59th Street and, Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022.
Annie Leibovitz: The Early Years, 1970-1983: Archive Project No. 1 isnew installation of the 2017 exhibition of the same title presented by the LUMA Foundation’s Parc des Ateliers in Arles, France. As the first comprehensive exhibition in Los Angeles devoted to the earliest work of this renowned American artist, The Early Years features more than 4,000 photographs taken between 1970 and 1983.
Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, Downtown Artis District, 901-909 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013.
Acclaimed Chinese visual artist, film art director and costume designer Tim Yip, who is probably best known for his Oscar-winning contributions for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, presents his first large-scale solo exhibition in Hong Kong. The show, curated by Mark Holborn, is separated into 3 stages, bringing to life Yip’s multidisciplinary works along with his collaborations with some of the world’s best filmmakers. Marvel at stunning, over-the-top costumes presented in various settings, immersive film art and a robot named Lili.
Hong Kong Design Institute Gallery 3 King Lung St, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong
Innisfree Skincare is coming to Sydney. The cult cosmetics bran will take up residence in Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building and will house over 650 products across skincare, makeup, body care, hair care and home fragrances as well as a selection of beauty tools, all ranging from $2 to $63. With a number of giveaways, from VIP vouchers to eco-tote bags be sure to visit the new space.
See more on Innisfree here