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Vogue Loves Regent Street

Get ready for a feast of high street and designer fashion!!! It’s just under a week until Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, which is officially known as Vogue Loves Regent Street this year.  Next Thursday sees the 7th FNO, which will appeal to high street and designer fans alike, with many brands participating who’ll be offering great discounts, fun shopping experiences and freebies! Here’s the low down on the best retail events:
Nike, 24-36 Regent St
Trainer Rebecca Gentry will lead a group run around the area before hosting a healthy feast in-store when you get back. Book a place at  Nike.com/London
French Connection, 249-251 Regent St
Vogue editors have taken the hassle out of shopping by picking the hot buys  from the new autumn/winter collection. You can also get a blow dry to get glamorous for the rest of your night.
 Apple, 235 Regent St
Vogue Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman will be in conversation at the Apple store. (I’ve seen her speak twice this year – don’t miss it).  Book a place at  Apple.com/uk/retail/regentstreet
Topshop, 538-540 Oxford St
You can guarantee the party will get started in the massive Oxford Street flagship store. Expect a special guest resident DJ and shopping incentives.
Crabtree & Evelyn, 151 Regent St
Relax with a free  hand massage using their classic products, and grab a cupcake to refuel! For a chance to win a luxury goodie bag, you can ‘Tweet for Treats’ using #CrabtreeFNO and tagging @CrabtreeUK.
Nike ambassadors will show you how to  style different looks with their latest trainers, taking into account the Autumn/Winter trends.
The Hardihood sisters will be dishing up delicious organic nibbles and drinks from Savse.  There’ll be a health and wellbeing themed panel discussion featurhing Madeleine Shaw, Rens Kroes and Vogue’s Lauren Murdoch-Smith (7pm to 7.45pm).  You’ll also get to check out the brand new Uniqlo Activewear range.
Karl Lagerfeld
Get your KL fix in store where there will be fortune cookies including a ‘Karlism’. A DJ will provide the backdrop to your shopping experience . You might also nab a gift certificate to spend in-store!
Bars and restaurants are also involved:
Hotel Café Royal, 68 Regent St
Those seriously in need of de-stressing in the middle of the madness will benefit from  mindfulness workshops at the in-house Akasha spa (to book  a place email vlrs@hotelcaferoyal.com). You can also get the latest nail look with Miss Vogue manicures and try out temporary tattoo jewellery.
Aubaine, 4 Heddon St
The popular French patisserie will help you push on through with espresso martinis and delicious macaroons.
Let us know if you went a long and which goodies you bought!

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