Nathalie Trad’s personal design ethos is to take classic shapes – stemming from our natural environment – and radically transform them, dismantling and redefining the boundaries of fashion aesthetics. Her collections, rich in chiseled contours, deconstructed geometric shapes and seeming incompatibles are the outcome of long, unrestricted creative journeys, which reflect this philosophy. Her aim is to cater to the modern woman of today: someone who appreciates the art of design and is looking for unique, timeless and dramatic statement pieces with an edge.
“Smell with your eyes, hear with you nose, see with your ears and taste with your hands.” Let this be the theme of our night. Let’s forget what we know, question and reinterpret what we see, share each others perspectives and momentarily live in a world upside down.
From London to Dubai, Hakkasan awakens your senses with its award-winning cuisine and opulent surroundings. A lavish retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, Hakkasan is the perfect venue for dinner, lunch or weekend brunch.
The ambient 152-cover venue features two private dining rooms, a 88-cover outside terrace, as well as the Ling Ling lounge for a relaxed retreat.
Hakkasan was the first Chinese restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star in 2003 which it has retained to this day, with both Hakkasan Hanway Place and Hakkasan Mayfair awarded a Michelin star for 2013.