The week in pictures

Brasserie of Light, the new restaurant from Caprice Holdings boasting a giant Pegasus statue by British artist Damien Hirst, has at last opened inside Selfridges in London.

Inspired by the famous creature from Greek mythology, Hirst’s flying statue towers over the tables with its 30-foot wingspan.

Headed up by Emanuel Machado, formerly of Covent Garden favourite Balthazar, the all-day brasserie will serve British classics and international dishes.

This is the first time in Selfridges’ 109-year history that it has offered after-hours dining for its guests thanks to a separate entrance on Duke Street.

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