Mason’s was the destination of choice for Luvin’s fashion show

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His & Hers has been lucky enough to share Sunday roast at Mason’s in Seel Street. Think: thyme roasted potatoes, delicious cauliflower cheese, tender stem broccoli, mangetout, roast baby rainbow carrots and oversized, homemade Yorkshire puddings. I could go on and on. The nut roast came with tomato sauce: both are made from scratch. There are walnuts and herbs in the mix and it is crunchy and juicy. There was more chicken than a person could eat; well this person at least. We shared a Mason’s Eton Mess and we loved it. When an invite came for a fashion show, and food at Mason’s, we were ready to glam up and go.

WORDS: Jean Hill

Luvin were showing their spring and summer fashion collection. Their designs are perfect for all the big calendar events coming up; Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day,  the Races and Easter. All looks were accessorised by Bling Star. Celebrity influencers, Jennifer Metcalfe (Hollyoaks) and Hayley Hughes (Love Island), amongst others, were modelling the collection. Lucy Jones, the brand owner, was there, in enviable style, to celebrate the occasion.

Jennifer Metcalfe, fashion show
Jennifer Metcalfe (Hollyoaks)

We were entertained by Taya, a rising star: she is a young performer with a great talent. She has a deep resonant voice, that wows, and a great play-list, that kept us engaged all evening. As Bob Dylan would have it:

‘She’s got everything she needs, she’s an artist
She don’t look back

She can take the dark out of the night-time

And paint the daytime black.’

This event was buzzing with interest. The young people who kept flocking in, all looked like models themselves. It was a bit of a glam fest. I particularly liked a jump-suit that Jennifer Metcalfe modelled: black, classic, with a little extra detail to make it really memorable.  There was a deal of silver shimmer, a pink stunner, and one or two little black dresses that never go out of style. It was a fun evening.

Après  the fashion show, we were feeling a little peckish. Mason’s to the rescue.  We were served some dinky burgers packed with flavour, in brioche buns, which worked a treat. Ribs followed, and they were succulent. The final surprise was cup-cakes: pink icing might have been involved. Cup-cakes, balloons and an excited audience, all made for a great party vibe.

Mason’s do good food, and they also do great service. And where would you rather be on a Sunday, than enjoying a rather large platter of roasts with all the trimmings! Oh and they cook the largest, and tastiest Yorkshire puddings in the world (probably).

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