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Christmas Trees in London

 
 
 

St Pancras International Christmas Tree

 

From Christian Louboutin's Christmas tree at Claridge's to David Batchelor's geometric tree in Granary Square, these are the London Christmas trees worth making an outing for.

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Claridge's Christmas Tree

Shoe designer Christian Louboutin has been given the honour of creating this year's tree.

Claridge's, Brook Street Mayfair, London, W1A 2JQ

Tube: Oxford Circus Station , Bond Street Station

 

Dates: 21st November 2019 to 1st January 2020

 
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Claridge's Tree 2019 by Christian Louboutin

Claridge's Tree 2019 by Christian Louboutin

For the 10th year that Claridge's has asked one of its well known guests to design its Christmas tree, the legendary Mayfair hotel has called on designer Christian Louboutin to do the honours. Unveiling his creation in the hotel lobby on the morning of Thursday 21st November, the French designer - who's famous for his red soled shoes, worn by the likes of Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker - can be relied on to come up with a spectacular, showstopping tree to provide a focal point for the winter festivities at the London landmark where new restaurant Davies and Brook opens soon.

 
 
 

The London Edition's Christmas Tree

Designer Luke Edward Hall has created this whimsical Christmas tree.

The London EDITION, 10 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NP

Tube: Tottenham Court Road Station , Goodge Street Station, Oxford Circus Station

 

Dates: 19th November 2019 to 3rd January 2020

 
The London Edition's Christmas Tree

The London Edition's Christmas Tree

 

British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall put his festive stamp on The London Edition this winter with his colourful twenty-foot Christmas tree. Sitting proudly in the Lobby Bar, the majestic artwork decorates a pine green tree structure created by renowned florist designer Mark Colle with bows and tinsel and Hall's giant cut-out illustrations - all oversized to give every visitor the sense of childlike wonder. Sitting atop the tree is a golden galleon representing the notion of drifting off into a dream or being transported to a magical land. In the neighbouring Berners Tavern, Colle has filled ceramic vases with beautifully scented winter foliage to further add to the festive feel.

 
 
 

King's Cross Christmas Tree

Artist David Batchelor brings a colourful, geometric installation to Granary Square.

Granary Square, Good's Way, London, N1C 4AA

Tube: King's Cross Station

 

Dates: 14th November 2019 to 2nd January 2020

 
King's Cross Christmas Tree

King's Cross Christmas Tree

 

Reliably unique, the King's Cross Christmas Tree puts a colourful, geometric installation, made from industrial materials, in the centre of Granary Square. This year's design is the work of artist David Batchelor who has set the colours to transform from day to night. The whole area in King's Cross comes alive at this time of year with the Canopy Market staying open every day in the run-up to Christmas. Expect carol singers, live jazz, seasonal master-classes, workshops and tastings plus festive food and unique gifts with a different theme each week.

 
 
 

St Pancras International Christmas Tree

St Pancras International Station, Euston Road, London, NW1 2QP

Tube: King's Cross Station

 

Dates: 12th November 2019 to 4th January 2020

 
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St Pancras International Christmas Tree

St Pancras International Christmas Tree

The magnifique 36-foot sparkling Christmas tree installation at St Pancras is inspired by Paris' iconic landmark - the Eiffel Tower - and features a magical light show. The twinkling light display will happen almost 600 times over the Christmas season. Placed centre stage on the station's concourse from 12th November 2019 until 4th January 2020, the tree is adorned with over 1,500 bottles of Lancome's fragrance, La Vie Est Belle. Visit the pop up shop at the foot of the installation for exclusive added extras like bespoke illustrations on products and personalised calligraphy.

 
 
 

Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree

Trafalgar Square, Central, Westminster, London, WC2N 5DS

Tube: Charing Cross Station , Leicester Square Station, Embankment Underground Station, Piccadilly Circus Station

 

Dates: 5th to 25th December 2019

 
Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree

Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree

 

Since 1947, stately Trafalgar Square has received a majestic Norwegian Christmas Tree as an annual gift from the people of Oslo, thanking Britain for its support and friendship during World War Two. The enormous tree is a popular seasonal tourist attraction, particularly in the fortnight leading up to Christmas, when each evening (from 4pm to 8pm on weekdays, and from 2pm to 6pm at weekends) a different choir gathers there to sing carols and raise money for a range of voluntary or charitable organisations. Passers-by are welcome to come and listen to the carols in the square and join in the festive cheer. Nelson's Column is decorated with Norwegian white lights and the tree is illuminated from noon until midnight until the Twelfth Night of Christmas in early January. A few days after the official lighting of the tree there's a torch-lit procession on the steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields, as the choir and clergy bless the Crib in a special ceremony in Trafalgar Square. The tree actually goes up in late November if you want to see it in all its naked evergreen glory.

 
 
 

Aqua Shard x Holly Fulton - Christmas Tree

Aqua Shard, Level 31, The Shard, 96 Tooley Street, London, SE1 9RL

Tube: London Bridge Station

 

Dates: 14th November 2019 to 1st January 2020

 
Aqua Shard x Holly Fulton - Christmas Tree

Aqua Shard x Holly Fulton - Christmas Tree

 

For its Christmas Tree this year Aqua Shard is going full on fashion and partnering with Scottish fashion designer Holly Fulton. Winner of Emerging Talent at the British Fashion Awards and named ELLE New Designer, Scottish Young Designer two years running, Holly has added a playful and glamorous feeling to her design. Taking influence from the 1920s and traditional Christmas motifs, she has place a monumental bow at the top of six metre high tree to anchor the partying beauties at its base. The title, DecoDance, refers to the decadent party spirit and also gives a nod to the Art Deco inspiration behind her design. Raise a toast the season with DecoFizzVeuve, a seasonal mix of sherry andClicquot Champagne, at the elegant restaurant on level 31 of The Shard.

 
 
 
 
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