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IMG_1455                               Walpole’s Brands of Tomorrow programme celebrates its 10th anniversary this year with twelve trailblazing innovators: brands, designers and craftspeople who are leading the way for the future of luxury. The programme, in association with Mishcon de Reya and Sloane Point Partners, provides its participants with a 12-month programme of workshops and one-to-one mentorship from senior executives heading up some of Britain’s finest luxury brands and cult...

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May 19, 2017


Browns Hotel Secret Garden                                   As a guest of the Bond Street Association, Hudson Walker International joined fellow members at Brown’s Hotel in Albemarle Street - at the kind invitation of the General Manager, Marco Novella - to discover the transformation of the Library into a Secret English Garden. Surrounded by the beautifully scented installations of peonies, sweet peas, delphiniums, lilacs and garden roses designed by their in-house florist Ell...

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May 8, 2017

Goodbye Dover Street…. Hello St James’s Square!

HWImove After 20 years in Dover Street, Mayfair, Hudson Walker International is relocating to a new office in one of London’s most prestigious garden squares. From 3rd April 2017, we will be based at The Clubhouse, 8 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4JU. For us it will mean a more contemporary and flexible way of working in beautiful and convenient surroundings. As at Dover Street, we will also be able to offer meeting rooms for clients who may wish to interview off-site. Please note that, from the same date, our new telephone number will be + 44 (0) 20 3858 8181....

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March 31, 2017

Churchill and Roosevelt On The Move

Churchill The much-loved statue of Winston Churchill and Theodore Roosevelt in Bond Street will be temporarily removed for repair and refurbishment as part of Bond Street’s imminent public realm improvement project. ‘The Allies’, by sculptor Lawrence Holofcener,  was a gift from the Bond Street Association to the City of Westminster and the people of London to commemorate 50 years of peace. It was unveiled in May 1995 by Princess Margaret and shows the two friends sitting on a bench talking amiably. It has become a popular tourist attraction as visitors take their place on the bench between two of the 20th century’s m...

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March 10, 2017
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