This weekend, join a fine group of immaculately dressed idlers for A Grand Flaneur Walk through Central London.
A flaneur means one who wanders without purpose and is commonly used for a person of leisure who observes society. A flaneur, also known as a stroller, saunterer or loafer, is often depicted as an immaculately dressed gentleman, carrying a cane.
With this in mind, the Grand Flaneur Walk’s dress code will encourage participants to don their Sunday best with top hats, canes, silk scarves and moustaches, and join in with a walk to who knows where.
The walk will start from Jermyn Street and will last as long as curiosity and enjoyment prevail; so you could end up in Belgravia five minutes later or Paris five days later. Good luck!
When: 14th July 2019, from 12pm
Where: Central London, starting at the Beau Brummell statue on Jermyn Street
More info: www.facebook.com/events