We go back to where it all began with looks from Cafe Boheme, 40 Greek Street, Cecconi’s Pizza Bar, Kettner’s Townhouse, 76 Dean Street, Dean Street Townhouse and the Soho House support office
Dean Street Townhouse's Italian commis waiter loves vintage markets. Her skirt is from Portobello Road and she found her Moschino belt in Sicily.
“My style is a fusion of classic and fashion… I hope,” says Richard, who’s doubling up on denim and jackets for his shift at 76 Dean Street.
As marketing manager of Soho Works, Sophie sees a lot of cool workwear and likes to have fun with her own. “I don’t really like wearing black, colour makes me happy.”
Soho Home's lighting and accessories developer bought his Topman jacket after spotting it in the shop window. His glasses are by LA brand Oliver Peoples.
“I love online shopping and bought my entire outfit online,” says our dedicated beauty eCommerce manager.
“I don’t have a particular style – I’ll wear anything unusual,” says Carine, a hostess at 40 Greek Street. “I love shoes and dresses, and just being myself.”
Maja, who's the head bartender at 40 Greek Street, likes clothes that express her identity. Her necklace is by Polish designer Anka Krystyniak: “All her work has symbolism.”
“I love sneakers and have a whole collection still in the box,” says the floor manager aka Boheme’s answer to Kanye. Today’s are special-edition Adidas.
“I’ve been building my blazer game since becoming an AGM at Cecconi's Pizza Bar,” says Sall, who bought today’s from Liberty for a wedding.
"I follow my own style. It doesn't matter what's around me," says Kettner's Townhouse receptionist Alessio.
Having worked in uniform at Cecconi's Mayfair, Pietro is enjoying a more casual style at Cecconi's Pizza Bar.
Kettner'sTownhouse housekeeping manager Emelie buys her clothes on visits home to Sweden. “Swedish style is fashionable but minimal,” she says.
A receptionist at Dean Street Townhouse, Mirian's talented sister made her clothes in Brazil.