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The Mistress of Manners invites you to the Cadogan Hotel where MIEN Magazine's Charm School will be popping up for four exclusive classes starting November 19th.
For this holiday special, etiquette enthusiasts are invited to attend classes in the glorious setting of the Cadogan Hotel where the likes of Oscar Wilde have imbibed and socialised in a most civilised fashion.
The sessions we have designed are dedicated to the fast-approaching holiday season, which is always fraught with situations that require more social savvy.
The Charm School will be welcoming visitors on November 19, 20, 27, and 28th.
A preview of the sessions (with further details and ticket links on the Charm School schedule):
Do you have a story or tip (or even quip) to share? Smashing, this is the right place. We're delighted to receive single or regular contributions from anyone who loves etiquette and style as much as we do. Find out more
People ask why we are called MIEN Magazine (that's pronounced meen, by the way, not mine). The reason is that we really care about social graces and demeanour...
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