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Charlie May Styles Yauatcha Macarons For London Fashion Week

Charlie May Styles Yauatcha Macarons For London Fashion Week

 

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Fashion Week is fast approaching and we’re always on the look out for the hottest foodie fashion collab – this September found in the form of designer Charlie May’s beautiful macaron designs for dim sum stalwart Yauatcha.

Available for two weeks only in the Soho branch, a Gianduja lemon petit gateau and four macarons will mirror the clean lines and neutral colourways favoured by Charlie May – and they don’t taste half bad either.

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Clever details include charcoal black sesame-encrusted macarons that mimic the collection’s use of devoré stripes, and others with creamy, baubly textures.

Clever details include charcoal black sesame-encrusted macarons that mimic the collection’s use of devoré stripes, and others with creamy, baubly textures.

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By far the most fashionable snacks on the scene, we’ll be dropping in as much as possible as we flit about Fashion Week. A little closer to my home in Hoxton is Yauatcha’s second London outpost, Yauatcha City – where you’ll also find an array of dazzlingly beautiful patisserie, wonderfully friendly staff and plenty of restorative teas (and cocktails. PLENTY of cocktails).

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We headed over to sample a Lemonberry Martini (Ketel One Citroen, raspberry, vanilla, lemon and cranberry juice) and a stunning Malted Milk gateau – a perfectly crafted mix of milk chocolate, malt, caramelised honey and Anzac biscuit. Whichever’s nearest, this place is worth visiting – and we hear the dim sum’s divine, too.

Charlie May’s collection of patisserie is available at the Soho branch only until September 27th 2015.

Website: Yauatcha.com

Address: 15 Broadwick Street, London W1F 0DL

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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