5 Things To Do As a Model in London
Next stop, London!
The second city playing host to fashion’s month-long parade is London. This melting pot of cultures is teeming with activity to be discovered. Grab an Oyster card, familiarize yourself with the Tube, and hit up London’s hottest spots during LFW!
East is London’s creative hotspot. This part of the city includes Hoxton, Shoreditch and Hackney, and is teeming with cool cafes, cuisine from all over the globe and today’s hottest, new fashion labels. You also won’t find an alley bare of London’s finest street art. Shoreditch is the place to go if what you’re looking for is no-holds-barred, freedom of expression, with street art changing on a daily basis!. This is where London’s young creatives thrive.
The Historic Walking Tours
London is rich with history. You can’t walk anywhere in the city without being surrounded by a century’s worth of stories. If you have a free afternoon, consider taking yourself for an audio tour free of charge. You can download the Rick Steve’s Audio Guide to Europe for great strolls through not only London, but all of the major fashion cities! Experience London with insider knowledge to guide you and leave it knowing just a bit more than before.
Looking for a lively place to grab some grub and soak up a unique local experience? Look no further than Borough Market. It is London’s best food market and boasts a wide variety of delicious food from all over the world. If you’re a foodie, you can easily make an afternoon out of tasting all sorts of goodies. Our advice: Go hungry!
Rain or shine, Hampstead Heath is always worth a visit. Tucked away in north London, this vast heath takes you out of the city and immerses you in British nature-trees, wildflowers, a butterfly house and even ponds that you can swim in all year round! This green space is like no other in London and is only a few miles away from Oxford Circus!
The Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon, and Egyptian mummies await you in London’s British Museum. This immaculate structure welcomes visitors into its doors free of charge all year long. The British Museum is not the only free attraction either. In fact, all of the most iconic museums and galleries ask for no payment upon entry, such as the Natural History Museum, the Tate Britain and the National Portrait Gallery. Stop in between the frenzy of fashion week for a nice distraction without breaking the bank. You can learn much about human history and the artistic greats in as little as an afternoon!