Style Gallery, the pop-up shop for emerging luxury brands, was hosted by Mishcon de Reya in its London headquarters last month. With retail brands spanning clothing, accessories, beauty products and homewares, there were plenty of ethical luxury names both exhibiting and selling their products.
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Cocktails were created by Conker, showcasing their range of gins and cold brew coffee liqueur, while luxury hair salon Edward James offered guests a pop-up blow dry bar experience. Once guests were suitably coiffed and cocktailed, they perused contemporary and classic pieces from womenswear designers such as The Fold and Anna Mason. Also exhibiting at the Gallery was Savile Row tailor Kathryn Sargent (see our 2018 interview with founder Kathryn here), which she established in 2012 following a 15-year career at Gieves & Hawkes, and cashmere designer Wyse London, recently named as a 2019 Walpole Brand of Tomorrow.
Shoe guru Camilla Elphick returned to the Gallery with her stunning sustainable creations for women, while in the mens’ corner London Sock Co demonstrated why socks are a fully-fledged element of any decent outfit. Check out their Simply Sartorial collection here.
Some of the UK’s finest adventure accessories were in situ too, thanks to Malle London, alongside exquisite travel accessories from 2019 Walpole Brand of Tomorrow Stow. Votary sprinkled some stardust on guests’ faces with its luxurious facial oils, while jeweller Ziorva offered necklaces and rings designed and crafted in the UK from solid recycled gold. Lifestyle brand Kleem, a word associated with grounding and security, sold precious stones, cushions and candles designed to make your living space a spiritual delight.