- Huw Hughes |
Belgravia’s Eccleston Yards has announced that fashion editor and style icon Caroline Issa will be curating a series of two entrepreneurial masterclasses focusing on ways of achieving a healthy work/life balance as part of a two-week ‘New Year’s Revolutions’ event.
Issa will be curating a panel discussion entitled ‘Can Balance Exist in today's tilted world?’ on Thursday 17 January at 6:30pm-7.30pm, where she’ll be joined by founder and CEO of Tailor Made London, John Buni, co-founder of 50m, Tracey Suen, and founder of Duke and Dexter, Archie Hewlett. A second panel, called ‘How should we approach nourishing our bodies and minds in 2019?’, will be hosted by editor-in-chief of Country & Town House, Lucy Cleland, on Thursday 24 January at 6:30pm-7.30pm.
In addition to the panels, New Year’s Revolutions will also host a selection of workshops and networking sessions. Commenting on the news in a statement, Issa said: “I’m thrilled to be part of such a special event in Eccleston Yards. Well-being is at the core of its philosophy, and New Year’s Revolutions will bring this to life.
“I have worked with the Eccleston Yards team to curate two intimate conversations that will showcase the enterprising stories of its retailers, from what it's like to create a brand from scratch, to the importance of nourishing not just our bodies but our experiences and sense of community.”
Opened in 2018, Eccleston Yards is a creative hub for new and innovative brands located on the boundaries of Belgravia and Victoria.
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