Fitness and fashion combine with seriously stylish results in Belgravia’s boutiques. Designed with yoga and barre classes in mind, the Phoebe unitard from Silou London costs £189, by appointment at the brand’s Eaton Mews West showroom and online.
Yogis are well catered for in the new wellness destination of Eccleston Yards, with both Re:Mind and newly opened Hotpod offering classes for a range of abilities. While Re:Mind is primarily a meditation studio, it does host evening yin yoga sessions, a slower paced style where individual poses are held for between three to five minutes. And of course classes end with a proper guided meditation in savasana.
For Bikram fans who want to work up a sweat, Hotpod is the place to do it. Vinyasa classes take place inside an inflatable pod, which can easily be deflated and thoroughly cleaned, making it more hygienic than traditional hot studios. The cocoonlike environment of the pod makes for an oddly nurturing atmosphere, and it smells divine thanks to Hotpod’s signature blend of aromatherapy oils, which can also be purchased to take home at the front desk.
Both studios offer classes that can be booked on a drop-in basis, although regulars might like to sign up for monthly membership (from £40) at Hotpod.
Our tip: For statement print leggings, check out the pop up Hush boutique on Elizabeth Street.
Great for layering, this ribbed merino wool jumper has a hand-embroidered logo and is made from certified Woolmark wool.
Found at 34 Elizabeth Street.
The Kinvara 10 is the new 10th edition of this award-winning, lightweight running shoe, as worn by Olympian Molly Huddle.
Found at 4 Eccleston Street.
Did you know that Beulah sells this simple white T-shirt, and that 100 per cent of the profits from its Freedom for All organic cotton T-shirt goes to charity Every Child Protected Against Trafficking?
Found at 77 Elizabeth Street.