Acclaimed bistro Blanchette, right around the corner from Brewer Street, has created a cocktail inspired by Nudie Jeans. A striking blue in colour, the blend of rum, curacao, cherry syrup and lime is shaken over ice, served in a coupe and garnished with the Nudie logo. Priced at £11, it is the perfect pick me up, perhaps accompanied by some cheese or charcuterie for a little extra joie de vivre.

Chai Wu
To celebrate London Fashion Week, Chai Wu, the contemporary Chinese restaurant in Harrods, have created a range of edible shoes. Guests can pre-order from the dark chocolate dessert (a combination of strawberry edible paper, pistachio and green tea truffles, fresh berries and brownies) the indulgent vanilla or the strawberry shoe (including edible mango and kiwi paper, chocolate truffles and fresh berries)

Plateau in Canary wharf is serving up two cocktails inspired by black and white fashion photography. Named Yin and Yang, the two cocktails (one black, one white), cost £8.50 each and can be sipped overlooking the lights of the Wharf.

Shake Shack
Shake Shack has collaboratedwith celebrated London-based illustrator and fashion blogger, Ella Masters, on a limited-edition, custom tote bag. To kick-off London Fashion Week, Friday 18 September from 11am, the Shacks will give-a-way 80 tote bags at both Covent Garden and Westfield Stratford City locations.