If you are looking for something a little different to do with your date before dinner, this hot new art gallery might just hold the key. In the secret house hidden behind the gallery they are showcasing an exhibition by Harmazd Narielwalla for Valentine's Day. Love-Nest is a culmination of two bodies of work created in response to masculine and feminine tailoring patterns. The artist, whose extraordinary work originated in Savile Row, uses cuttings from old suit and shirt patterns from deceased customers, and gives them a new lease of life.
The colourful art is in response to the UK getting a step closer to legalising same sex marriage.
There'll will be bucked loads of Vestal vodka, so we'll see you there, cocktail in hand.
From the 14th until the 16th of February 2013 at 63 Margaret Street (between Great Portland Street and Great Titchfield Street) London, W1W 8SW
Space for this exclusive event is limited, so please RSVP now