Explore the magic of Seven Dials @ HOME
Has lockdown got your eyebrows out of shape? Are you sick of cooking the same rotation of meals? Don’t even want to talk about your hair? In a bid to keep the nation inspired and entertained during the UK COVID-19 lockdown, Seven Dials @ Home offers isolating Brits free bespoke tutorials from their favourite brands that can be enjoyed from home.
Seven Dials, known for curating, supporting and launching new brands and experiences, with many led by inspirational entrepreneurs, has collaborated with these unique restaurants and retailers to create the content series.
Independent brands and retailers such as Homeslice, Tatty Devine and Another Space, have partnered with the campaign, giving access to exclusive tutorials for their customers to enjoy in lockdown. Seven Dials @ Home is available from 30 April on Instagram and offers a wide range of themed content from cook-along food tutorials, beauty & hair tutorials and hands on craft making for all to enjoy.
Beauty brand Benefit will be hosting a tutorial on how to shape your brows and Karine Jackson will share her expertise on maintaining your fringe like a pro. Be adventurous in the kitchen as Flesh & Buns will be showing you the art of Japanese cooking whilst Casanova & daughters will demonstrate how to make your own pasta and avoid those supermarket queues.
Seven Dials is also asking consumers what other tutorials and tips and hints they’d like to see from brands based in the community using the #SevenDialsAtHome as it continues to build up Seven Dials @ Home during COVID-19.
The launch of Seven Dials @ Home also coincides with the opening of the Seven Dials Market Cornershop by KERB, operator of Seven Dials Market. A one-stop, digital delivery service modelled on traditional corner shops across London, the Cornershop is a dedicated website via which customers within their neighbourhood can order small or large veg or fruit and veg boxes.
To check out the latest Seven Dials @ Home tutorial visit Seven Dials on Instagram (@7DialsLondon) as well as www.sevendials.co.uk/seven-dials-at-home/