Step 1: This walk is curated by Cadogan in partnership with Kensington + Chelsea Art Week.
Step 2: There’s a reason why savvy Instagrammers flock to Chelsea. It’s packed with architectural eye candy and backed up by serious cultural clout, all of which makes for a stream of captivating posts.
Step 3: Start at two of London’s most famous department stores Harrods (@harrods) and Harvey Nichols (@harveynichols).
Step 4: Famous window displays have featured live models, dinosaurs made from clothes hangers, and the bold sashes of the suffragettes.
Step 5: The displays are especially magical at Christmas time when the stores go all out to grab the attention of shoppers – and Instagrammers.
Step 6: Carry on window-shopping right, on your way to Number 64 Sloane Street, a unique black-and-white building among the red-brick townhouses.