Summer crash diet starts here.
Honestly Healthy Foods
What: Move over, stale sandwich; organic chef Natasha Corrett and nutrition therapist Vicki Edgson have launched a range of fresh, alkaline meals to eat on the go.
Why: Mushroom and barley risotto; bean and fig tagine; tofu, spinach and fennel salad and more.
When: Mon.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.
Where: Selfridges, 400 Oxford St., W1A 1AB (07795 214040).
Hunter Millbank Boots
What: The Wellington boot brand debuts colourful, waterproof high-tops (£70).
Why: You left your wellies at Glastonbury.
When: All summer.
Where: Online at hunter-boot.com.
What: Popular yoga studio opens a West London branch with treatment rooms, an organic cafe, juice bar and classes taught by Nadia Narain, Jane Kersel and others.
Why: You’ve got a flexible schedule.
When: Opens Sat. Class times online at triyoga.co.uk.
Where: 372 King’s Rd., SW3 5UZ (020 7483 3344). Opening-day classes are free.
What: New food truck serves British bistro-style lunches (£4.50-£7.50) made with seasonal produce from sustainable organic farms in England.
Why: Daily rotating dishes like crisp lamb shoulder, black bream with smoked aubergine and roasted tomato vinaigrette, and cheesecake mousse with summer berry compote.
When: Today-8 July. Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Finsbury Avenue Square, EC2M 2PJ.
Ragged Kingdom, by Jamie Reid
What: The artist known for his work with the Sex Pistols debuts an installation of custom-made tepees, as well as a montage of his well-known posters and symbols.
Why: It’s his first installation in London since 1983.
When: Sat.-30 July. Tues.-Sat., noon-6 p.m.
Where: Londonewcastle Depot, Isis Gallery, 1-3 Wenlock Rd., N1 7SL.
Photo: Courtesy of Honestly Healthy