Burlington Arcade sincerely invites you to join Lotus Lantern (1999) free online screening at the Lantern Festival and revisit the childhood classic. “At the night of the Lantern Festival this year, the moon is still full and the lanterns are still lightened.” Even far away from home, we don’t need to feel lonely.
Event time: 20:00 - 24:00 GMT, 25th February
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Built in 202 years ago during the Regency era, the Burlington Arcade is one of London’s most iconic shopping malls. Opened in 1819, Burlington Arcade offers a unique shopping experience, aims to meet the needs of guests with different cultural background from all over the world. Burlington Arcade is located in the heart of Mayfair and houses a number of luxury brands. The old building retains the special characteristics of the British Regency period, and is a cultural heritage of London. The brands including: Bell & Ross, Church ’s, Crockett and Jones, Code8, Globe-Trotter, Kwanpen, Laduree, Lalique, Manolo Blahnik, Mou, Noxy Brothers, N.Peal, Penhaligon’s, Roja Parfums, Strathberry, as well as many new boutiques: Amrapali Jewels, DWL Watches, Mevaris, and popular street wear buyer shop Kick Game, etc.
It is not only the place for luxury fashion brands, but also a gathering place for vintage watches and antique jewellery. For example, The Vintage Watch Company - the world’s most famous Vintage shop of Rolex, which has a history of 25 years. There are also many well-known fine jewellery brands: Annoushka, Aza Fahmy, Ciro Pearls, David Duggen, Hancock’s, Michael Rose Jewellers, Somlo Vintage Omega and Susannah Lovis, etc.
Burlington Arcade also takes pride in the unique culture of private guards inside the shopping Arcade, 202 years ago they were recruited by Lord Cavendish from the 10th Cavalry Regiment to guard the Arcade. The Private Guards, who still wear Regent style uniforms, are Britain’s oldest and smallest police force. Till today, private guards still follow certain rules, including a ban on running and whistling in the arcades.
If you are ever in London, you can always find rare and precious items at Burlington Arcade. The historic shopping arcade is one of the few pet shopping meccas, where British socialites and gentlemen can be seen visiting and staying with their pets.