Who. What. Where? No. 74

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

Summer is right around the corner, which means your footwear rotation is likely in need of a big update (ours is anyway). Thankfully, New Balance, who have been on an endless winning streak the last few years, have teamed up with Footpatrol for an exclusive colourway of the 1906 silhouette inspired by tones and hues seen on an X-Ray. The shoe combines lighter with darker shades and panels of translucent detail across the upper, whilst also nodding to the meeting point between portions of bone and muscle throughout the midsole – introducing notes of deep orange and off-white underfoot. So, if you’re on the hunt for something unconventional and eye-catching for your summer go-to creps, this skeletal shoe will be available to purchase on May 31 online and at Footpatrol’s London and Paris stores.

Next up, if you’re on the lookout for some art and culture in the coming weeks, rising artist Kennedy Wilks’ debut solo show will be taking place from June 7 – 9. Titled Landfish, the exhibition will explore the essence of identity, love, family, and cultural narratives, encapsulating Wilks’ journey towards self-definition. “Through Landfish he embodies the spirit of his heritage, yet resonates with an intrinsic feeling of displacement, having left Bermuda for London at a young age and never having lived in Jamaica,” reads the official description. Landfish will take place at FILET, Murray Grove – you can find more info at Wilks’ socials.

It’s almost time for Primavera, Barcelona’s premier festival, and if you’re still in need of some accommodation (or just looking for a getaway to the Catalan city), let us introduce you to Casa Bonay. Since opening in 2016, the hotel has catered to a creative crowd with excellent tapas, a cocktail bar, a rooftop terrace and a hi-fi listening room. The Barcelona hotel, moreover, has managed to combine the past like no other – as shown by the very building where it is located – with elements, both traditional and modern among its 67 rooms.  Plus, it’s in a great location, just a stone’s throw from the city’s imposing Arc de Triomf.

Now, if you’re on the lookout for a seriously boujie date night spot, Bob Bob Ricard in Soho is a must-visit destination for those in search of the finer things. Designed by the legendary David Collins Studio, this Art Deco gem has been a magnet for trendsetters, featuring Orient Express-inspired booths and the iconic ‘Press for Champagne’ button, for all the Insta girlies out there. Chef Ben Hobson’s menu is a celebration of British and French comfort food, with the standout being the Beef Wellington – wrapped in flaky pastry, it’s a dish that will leave you feeling like royalty. Other menu highlights include Chicken and Champagne pie, steak tartare, plus a tantalising selection of desserts. If you’re ready to indulge in some of the best Beef Wellington in London and enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience, Bob Bob Ricard should be at the top of your list.