‘Time passes, but still London belongs to you’. Earlier this year, we had a campaign shoot in some of the best spots of London with our Influencers. The campaign is inspired by a generation of global citizens from different backgrounds and styles seeking for self-expression & actualization . More importantly, the campaign focusses on the individuality and uniqueness of each person. With 9 different watch models, inspired and named by different city districts in London, the new KL collection gives all individuals the possibility to express their true self & personality. We have put together a list of the most exciting shooting spots, we have covered during the shoot. Enjoy!
Plastered with graffiti, Shoreditch impresses with its unique appeal. You’ll surely never be short of things to do in this city district. As the creative hub of London’s East End, the area is home to an array of interesting markets, bars and restaurants. Besides, Shoreditch is famous for its street food, independent boutiques and vintage shops. Moreover, the area is full of various art spaces and independent cinemas. Don’t miss to give Shoreditch a visit, should you ever come to London!
Notting Hill is one of London’s most fashionable and instagrammable areas. Who doesn’t know Notting Hill’s iconic pastel-coloured houses? From world famous events, restaurants to cutting edge theatres, you surely won’t get bored in this area. Pay a visit to one of the most visited markets in London, Portobello market and you are likely to discover something interesting to take home with you.
Inspired by Victoria Park, one of London’s oldest public parks, our Victoria Black & Cream collection for him and her was born. Visited by millions of Londoners for nearly 170 years Victoria Park is one of the most important and historic parcs in London. Having a walk & coffee in Pavilion Cafe is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Millennium Bridge was the first new bridge that has been built over the Thames in London for more than 100 years. It was officially opened by the Queen in 2000. Around 80,000 people crossed the bridge on its opening day, with around 2,000 on the bridge at any one time. Its official title is in fact the London Millennium Footbridge. However, no-one calls it that. Instead, it’ll probably always be called the Wobbly Bridge.
LONDON BELONGS TO YOU
Our #londonbelongstoyou campaign shoot was definitely a great experience and a reminder that just as London, you are beautiful, you are worth it and you are irreplaceable. Don’t forget that! Take a look at our London inspired collection and let us know your favorites!