Kit & Ace Supper Club
Earlier this week I attended a supper club hosted by Kit and Ace, a new fashion brand from Vancouver. The clothing combines luxury with convenience and comfort. Think T-Shirts and vest tops made from the softest ‘Technical Cashmere’ – a fabric that is machine washable but still holds the same luxury feeling of cashmere. I’m all over this!
Located in Shoreditch in a cool and edgy building complete with white brick walls and a roof terrace, I was invited to join other bloggers to a supper club to get to know the brand and enjoy some good food and good company. None of us had met, so it was lovely getting to know other like-minded people. The chef, Tom Perkins from The Nomadic Kitchen, created a delicious four course meal (including some popcorn, which I was very happy about!). He kindly made my dishes vegan, which I’m grateful for because everything was incredible from the fresh peruvian ceviche to the sorbet with grilled peaches and pistachios.
Kit and Ace will be launching their permanent store in London next month so keep your eyes out for them! If the supper club is anything to go by, they’ll be well worth paying a visit.
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