IN&OUTTONIGHT 24 Monday, 21 September 2009 London Lite Cheapnchiclimitededitions THISWEEK New bars Goodness, its not like Covent Garden needs another watering hole... but need doesnt really come into it when it comes to boozing, does it? so hurrah for The Forge Wine Bar which sits very neatly under The Forge Restaurant on Garrick street. All zinc bars, leather banquettes and low lighting, oenophiles will love the 500-strong wine list -- including 40 available by the glass. And theres a decent menu to soak em up (this place is from the same stable as Le Caf du Jardin and Le deuxieme) with everything from tapas- like nibbles to steaks on offer. theforgerestaurant.co.uk whimsical jewellery Cute jewellery always tugs at our heart -- and purse -- strings, which is why this week were gravitating towards Laura Lees Monmouth Street store to check out the pretty pendants and super-sweet rings that the likes of Alexa Chung, Keira Knightley and Cheryl Cole have all been spotted sporting. Better still, London Lite readers who pop into the shop before 6pm on Wednesday can enter a special prize draw to win 250 worth of jewellery. No purchase necessary, get the full details in store. Laura Lee Jewellery 42 Monmouth Street, WCH2, lauraleejewellery. com lite loves Pretty: check out Laura Lees jewellery shop HersHis London Fashion Weekon abudget Jacket 80, Topman Jeans 16.99, Blue Inc Shoes 35, Firetrap Jacket 165, Karen Millen Jumpsuit 40, Miss Selfridge Shoes 65, Topshop Bag 18, Warehouse Many happy returns: design from Matthew Williamsons Fashion Week show yesterday Y es, its that time of year again. We are in the midst of London Fashion Week and this seasons event is even more exciting than usual as it marks LFWs 25th birthday. To honour this impres- sive milestone many iconic British designers -- including Burberry Prorsum, Matthew Williamson and Pringle of Scotland -- are returning to our capital to show here, rather than new York and Milan where they have shown previously. But you dont have to work at Vogue to get involved. on the high street lots of stores are producing spe- cial LFW collections or limited-edition pieces to flag up the occasion. Warehouse and the British Fashion Council have paired up to launch a fresh and innovative knitwear collection from up-and-coming designer Ruth Green. We love the slinky cream, red and black stripe dresses (from 80). Asos.com is also keen to spot the next big thing with its Hub Collection, which launched last Friday. Choose from a stellar line-up of designers including Brits Louise Gray, Holly Fulton and Louise Markey. our fave piece is the latters block colour peplum dress (95). Topshop is offering us a slice of design edge for high street prices, too, with its hotly anticipated collaboration with Christopher Kane -- the designer everyone wants a piece of. A gorgeous collection bursting with perfectly crafted dresses, from lace panel body-con minis to girlier styles with sweetheart necklines, there is a frock for everyone here. We love the pink ballerina-look dress (125). Alongside studded denim, leather and a fab crocodile version of his famous catwalk ape tops, check out the platform shoes (150) the fashion pack will be tripping over themselves to step into. And dont forget to nip into French Connection to bag its fabulous one- shoulder purple dress for a special LFW price of just 25 (a similar design in cream was over 100), and to Oasis for leathers, where all of the jackets will be at a special price of 120 for the duration of fashion week. For designer tees and bags, log on to matchesfashion.com, where the Matches 4 LFW collaborations include cute T-shirts (29) and bags (15) from designers Preen, Erdem, Nathan Jenden and more. Happy fashion week! Shirt 45, French Connection thelook GavinRossdale& GwenStefani index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html