Mercato Mayfair are now able to offer groceries for home delivery, as well as boxes to reserve and collect. Choose from things like pasta, sauces, tinned soups, drinks and fresh organic fruit and veg.
British Fashion Council (BFC) is announcing today the launch of the BFC Foundation Covid Crisis Fund, supporting creative fashion businesses and individuals to survive the Coronavirus
Local luxury Taylors Raj Mirpuri Bespoke have launched a crowdfunding initiative to help provide PPE and medical supplies to UK emergency services.
In order to offer ongoing spiritual sustenance, most Mayfair churches are now offering a daily online Mass.
To help ease the stress of self-isolation, COYA has created a Latin American experience to enjoy at home.
Complying with the UK government advice, Wetherell’s Mayfair shop door is now closed to visitors but Wetherell is still “open” with offsite access to its systems.
London-based bike subscription startup Buzzbike is giving NHS workers in the city free use of its bikes for two months, to help them get to and from work during the Covid-19 crisis. The bicycles are being delivered with the help of Elizabeth Marsh Floral Design.
Victoria Beckham will be donating 20% of sales from victoriabeckham.com and victoriabeckhambeauty.com to Feeding America in the US and the Trussell Trust in the UK.
The L’OCCITANE Group, a pioneer in beauty and well-being products using natural ingredients, has decided to reassign some of its facilities to manufacture 70,000 litres of hand sanitiser. These products will be donated to the health authorities and healthcare workers in France.
Ahead of the closure of its galleries due to the increasing concerns relating to the Coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic, Saatchi Gallery is announcing the the launch of their social media initiative, #SaatchiTakeover, set out to engage its audiences with art and creativity from all over the world.
INEOS, one of the world’s largest manufacturing companies, has today announced plans to produce 1 million hand sanitisers per month to help with the European shortage. These will be produced according to World Health Organisation specifications and be specifically designed to kill bacteria and viruses.
“We believe strongly that having access to green space has never been more important than it is today for people’s physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for those without a garden. It is up to all of us collectively to adhere to the latest guidance, otherwise we will have to consider closing the parks. We will keep the situation under constant review.”