Annoushka Ducas on her favourite spots in Pimlico & Belgravia

Words by
Sphere Life

11th June 2018

Designer Annoushka Ducas began her career when she founded Links of London with her husband in 1990, before establishing her own Jewellery brand in 2009

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Annoushka Ducas at home in Pimlico, photographed by Gemma Day

Annoushka Ducas at home in Pimlico, photographed by Gemma Day

WILD AT HEART 30 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LJ

I am obsessed with flowers and Nikki Tibbles does the most beautiful bouquets — and always has the best displays. wildatheart.com

HUNAN 51 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8NE

Hunan might just be the best Chinese restaurant in London. The food is delicious and there is a real joy in not having to order. Owner Michael Peng always looks after us so well. hunanlondon.com

DAYLESFORD 44B Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP

For delicious, organic, seasonal food, Daylesford is my first port of call. It does fantastic coffee and chic homeware too. daylesford.com

CACIO E PEPE 46 Churton Street, SW1V 2LP

I love this charming Italian restaurant. It always has a great buzz and its signature Roman pasta dish with cheese and pepper is to die for. cacioepepe.co.uk

BEULAH 145 Ebury Street, SW1W 9QN

Beulah does the most beautifully tailored, feminine dresses in gorgeous prints. Its whole ethos is based on empowering women, a sentiment that is central to my own designs. beulahlondon.com

ME + EM 45 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PP

I have been a huge fan of Me + Em from the start. Its pieces are relaxed yet stylish and they have become a staple part of my everyday wardrobe. meandem.com

LINLEY 60 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP

What could be more luxurious than one of David Linley’s jewellery boxes? His space on the Pimlico Road is a life-sized treasure trove. davidlinley.com

TATE BRITAIN Millbank, SW1P 4RG

I can’t think of a nicer way to spend an afternoon than in an art gallery and Tate Britain, although located just outside Pimlico, is a personal favourite. I was blown away by the recent David Hockney retrospective. His use of colour is just extraordinary. tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain