Archive for January, 2011
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
The tickets for Avenue Fashion High Tea are on sale now. Book your ticket before they are sold out ...
Fashion High Tea fuses traditional British high tea with innovative fashion. The exclusive events are hot tickets in New York and London. Now cake designer David Duncan and Avenue Hotel introduce the concept to Denmark.
Custom-made Design Cakes
David Duncan is a creative cake designer and entrepreneur, who custom-makes his design cakes for each and every client. He creates a 1:1 copy of this season’s it bag, a pair of sexy stilettos or any fashion item his client desires.
British Tradition fused with Innovative Fashion
David Duncan and Avenue Hotel launch Fashion High Tea during Copenhagen Fashion Week 2011.
Four events will be featured:
- One private company event on Wednesday 2 February (by invitation only)
- Three events, open to the public, on Thursday 3, Friday 4 and Saturday 5 February
All events take place between 3 and 6 pm and feature unique design cakes by David Duncan.
During Avenue Fashion High Tea you are seated in our beautifully decorated restaurant and lounge. True to the style of traditional British high tea we serve finger sandwiches, miniature cakes of the season’s fashion items, French bubbles and French press coffee or tea.
David Duncan will personally run the trolleys with the unique design cakes, while he entertains you with the sophisticated process of how his elegant cakes come to be.
Ensure Your Ticket
Tickets for Avenue Fashion High Tea on Thursday 3 3-6 pm, Friday 4 February 3-6 pm or Saturday 5 February 3-6 pm are on sale now. Tickets cost DKK 300 all inclusive. Bookings are accepted against prepayment only.
Ensure your ticket by sending an email with your name, number of guests and your telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, January 11th, 2011
The organizers of Body & Bike 2011 invite you to participate in tests and events.
Learn about all the new fitness trends and innovative products, when the frontrunners in the running, bicycling and fitness industry convene for the Body & Bike Fair on 14, 15 and 16 January.
Meet the Stars
The Body & Bike 2011 knows what it takes to bring in the crowds, and they promise live interviews on stage with legendary Danish bicycle stars like Rolf Sørensen and Brian Holm as well as the shooting star Matti Breschel and many more.
Events and Prizes
The organizers do their best to activate you and encourage you to have your running technique evaluated, try sprinting on Alpe d’Huez (on a computer that is) or get your pulse up by trying Zumba, the exotic mix of dance and aerobics.
To lure in the couch potatoes the exhibitors have donated generous prizes for a competition, where you may win – among other fine prizes – a trip to Playitas on the Spanish island Fuerteventura.
Event: Body & Bike 2011
Friday 14 January 12 Noon-6pm
Saturday 15 January 10 am-6 pm
Sunday 16 January 10 am-6 pm
Price: DKK 100 (children under the age of 12 enter for free, when accompanied by an adult)
Place: Forum Copenhagen
Tickets and Information about Body & Bike 2011
Buy your tickets online or at the entrance and remember Body & Bike 2011 at Forum Copenhagen is only a leisurely five minutes stroll from a restful pause in the lounge at Avenue Hotel.
Friday, January 7th, 2011
ILVA and Avenue Hotel help Elephant Parade Copenhagen raise money to help save the endangered Asian elephants.
The Danish furniture and design store ILVA supports Elephant Parade Copenhagen.
ILVA gives you the chance to see their artists work and win great prizes.
See ILVA’s Artists Decorate the Elephants
The Danish furniture and design store ILVA supports the Elephant Parade Copenhagen by sponsoring five elephants, and they invite you to visit one of their stores to see their chosen artists decorate the elephants.
The artists will decorate the elephants at the different stores as follows:
- Saturday 08 January – Sarah Hvass at ILVA AARHUS
- Saturday 08 January – Jeppe Eisner at ILVA KOLDING
- Saturday 15 January – Christina Julsgaard at ILVA ISHØJ
- Saturday 15 January – Sara Stilling at ILVA LYNGBY
All days from 12 Noon to 3 pm.
Find more information about the artists at ILVA.
Be Creative and Win Great Prizes
ILVA invites all children to colour in a drawing and all adults to fill out a coupon (they don’t trust the adults to be creative, eh?) in order to win great prizes like:
- Weekend stays at Avenue Hotel (family stay for the kids and romantic for the adults)
- Cocktail Night for six people at Avenue Hotel
- Annual pass for ZOO København
- Gift cards for DKK 1,000 for ILVA
Find more information about how to participate in the competition.
Find more information about A Romantic Weekend or Cocktail Nights at Avenue Hotel.
Follow the development of Elephant Parade Copenhagen
Find more information about Elephant Parade Copenhagen or join their fan page on Facebook.
Or keep reading this blog, where we will keep you updated about Avenue Hotel’s very own elephant.
Monday, January 3rd, 2011
The bohemian chic lifestyle brand Day Birger et Mikkelsen have started their sales already but you will still find lots of attractive bargains.
The shops in Copenhagen celebrate the coming of the New Year by putting on some extravagant sales.
Hurry, or You will Miss It!
Whether you are into chic, casual wear like Day Birger et Mikkelsen (pictured) and Pede & Stoffer or prefer the wide selection at department stores like Magasin du Nord, Illum and the design heaven Illums Bolighus you will be spoilt by choice. But hurry, the above shops have already started their sales!
Get a Head Start at the Fashionistas’ Favourites
Get a head start at some of the Copenhagen Fashionastas’ favourite stores like Henrik Vibskov, Wood Wood and Birger Christensen, who will all start their sales today, Monday 3 January.
Stay Updated on Coming Sales
The web-guide AOK.dk has done the tiring part of going to the January sales and made a list of the most interesting shops in Copenhagen and when they will start their sales.
And remember: The comfy couches in the lounge at Avenue Hotel are perfect for putting your feet up and admiring your conquests.
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