Renowned world affairs broadcaster John Simpson tells us his favourite haunts in Chelsea, from places to eat and drink to shops.
Around Chelsea & Knightsbridge
Samantha Cameron – wife of former Prime Minister David Cameron – is carving out her own niche in smart, contemporary womenswear.
John Rendall bought a lion cub from Harrods in the 1960s and brought him to live in Chelsea. He still lives in the area today.
For top to toe grooming, check out these local beauty salons – they’re sure to leave you feeling at your festive party best.
Marcus Wolfgang-Hall leads the 9th Chelsea Scouts, a voluntary role he puts his heart and soul into.
The award-winning Kensington & Chelsea Foundation tackles child hunger, unemployment and loneliness in the borough. You can support their vital work.
As a car exhibition starts at the V&A, take a spin along Chelsea’s automotive memory lane with local author Daniel Pembrey.
Haines of Sloane Square is London’s oldest newsstand. Meet Alex Bailey, running the business his grandad started and meeting hundreds of residents and commuters every day.
The golden treasures of King Tutankhamum are back in London for the last time in this “once-in-a-lifetime” chance at the Saatchi Gallery.
Enjoy the iconic riverscapes and street views of Chelsea at an exhibition of watercolours by local-born artist Kitty North.
As Amélie the Musical arrives at The Other Palace in Victoria for a 9 week run, actress Audrey Brisson talks about playing the title role.
To celebrate World Vegan Month, here is our round-up of some of the best plant-based food in the capital from afternoon tea to a 10 course dinner.