Fine Pop-Ups Launches in london

Thursday April 26th - Saturday April 28th

The inaugural shopping event was held at Gallery Thirteen, the private home and gallery of photographer, Hermès Lucas. The emerging luxury brands were curated by Julia Rebaudo of @Stylonylon, alongside a programme of events including floristry and photography workshops, skincare consultations by Kiehl's, and refreshments by Nyetimber.

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Participating brands

  BEAR BROOKSBANK  Fine Jewellery   Founded by Bear in 2012 and based in East London, the studio is a home for fine jewellery design and is known for tailored client experiences. With a decade behind her in the jewellery business, and qualifications as a trained gemologist, Bear ensures the highest quality across materials, production, and customer service for her loyal and expanding clientele. All Bear's fine jewellery is handmade or sourced here in London. Bear’s work has been featured in the likes of Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle.    www.bearbrooksbank.com

BEAR BROOKSBANK
Fine Jewellery

Founded by Bear in 2012 and based in East London, the studio is a home for fine jewellery design and is known for tailored client experiences. With a decade behind her in the jewellery business, and qualifications as a trained gemologist, Bear ensures the highest quality across materials, production, and customer service for her loyal and expanding clientele. All Bear's fine jewellery is handmade or sourced here in London. Bear’s work has been featured in the likes of Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle. 

www.bearbrooksbank.com

  BEATRICE PERRY LONDON  Womenswear   Defined by high quality craftsmanship and timeless romance. Fluid, feminine tailoring and clean colours are applied to classic silhouettes. The pieces are often inter-seasonal, and gently playful. Quiet quality is seen in the fine detailing throughout. Beatrice believes strongly in longevity and versatility. All the fabrics we use are natural and thoughtfully-sourced. Inspiration comes from daily life in the city and from travels; from vintage and antique fashions or special requests; and of course, when sourcing beautiful fabrics that are comfortable and kinder to the environment.   www.beatriceperry.com

BEATRICE PERRY LONDON
Womenswear

Defined by high quality craftsmanship and timeless romance. Fluid, feminine tailoring and clean colours are applied to classic silhouettes. The pieces are often inter-seasonal, and gently playful. Quiet quality is seen in the fine detailing throughout. Beatrice believes strongly in longevity and versatility. All the fabrics we use are natural and thoughtfully-sourced. Inspiration comes from daily life in the city and from travels; from vintage and antique fashions or special requests; and of course, when sourcing beautiful fabrics that are comfortable and kinder to the environment.

www.beatriceperry.com

  FLURE GROSSART  Furniture   Based in London, Flure presents a collection of 1930’s to 1970s British, Scandinavian, European and American furniture. Important and rare pieces from acclaimed designers of the twentieth century, including Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Charlotte Perriand and Serge Mouille. Flure is proud to be part of a new movement of brands and businesses embracing better business practices with 10% of profits from all sales going towards charitable giving.   www.fluregrossart.com

FLURE GROSSART
Furniture

Based in London, Flure presents a collection of 1930’s to 1970s British, Scandinavian, European and American furniture. Important and rare pieces from acclaimed designers of the twentieth century, including Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Charlotte Perriand and Serge Mouille. Flure is proud to be part of a new movement of brands and businesses embracing better business practices with 10% of profits from all sales going towards charitable giving.

www.fluregrossart.com

  GENEVIEVE SWEENEY  Knitwear   Launched in 2015, and made exclusively in the UK, Genevieve is writing a new chapter for the knitwear industry, marrying contemporary design with exceptional hand finishes. Indebted to the time-honoured techniques of artisan makers, the brand has reimagined the possibilities of knitwear. With a naturally innovative approach to knitwear design, Genevieve creates custom yarn blends, including luxury merino cashmere and British spun alpaca yarn. Each piece is finished by hand with uncompromising attention to detail, transforming every day knitwear into a premium investment piece. Genevieve is committed to sustainability and collaborates closely with manufacturers across the UK.    www.genevievesweeney.com

GENEVIEVE SWEENEY
Knitwear

Launched in 2015, and made exclusively in the UK, Genevieve is writing a new chapter for the knitwear industry, marrying contemporary design with exceptional hand finishes. Indebted to the time-honoured techniques of artisan makers, the brand has reimagined the possibilities of knitwear. With a naturally innovative approach to knitwear design, Genevieve creates custom yarn blends, including luxury merino cashmere and British spun alpaca yarn. Each piece is finished by hand with uncompromising attention to detail, transforming every day knitwear into a premium investment piece. Genevieve is committed to sustainability and collaborates closely with manufacturers across the UK. 

www.genevievesweeney.com

  GEORGIA HARDINGE  Womenswear   Inspired by new technologies and innovation, the brand incorporates a strong sculptural style bringing a 3D approach to wearable pieces. This was recognized by the British Fashion Council when she was awarded BFC Contemporary Sponsorship for her unique work. She works on developing minimal pleating techniques from paper sculptures, combining this with new technological fabrics and textile treatments. Her signature style has been recognized by the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Marie Claire.   www.georgiahardinge.co.uk   

GEORGIA HARDINGE
Womenswear

Inspired by new technologies and innovation, the brand incorporates a strong sculptural style bringing a 3D approach to wearable pieces. This was recognized by the British Fashion Council when she was awarded BFC Contemporary Sponsorship for her unique work. She works on developing minimal pleating techniques from paper sculptures, combining this with new technological fabrics and textile treatments. Her signature style has been recognized by the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Marie Claire.

www.georgiahardinge.co.uk 

  KATE BRAITHWAITE    Millinery    A London based Milliner, specialising in bespoke hats and headpieces. Following a degree in Interdisciplinary Textile Design, Kate went on to study Millinery at Kensington & Chelsea College under Noel Stewart and later went on to train with Gina Foster and Piers Atkinson. The hats are inspired by sculptural shape and simplicity contrasting with repetition and organised chaos, all hats are hand made in the UK.   www.katebraithwaite.co.uk

KATE BRAITHWAITE
Millinery
A London based Milliner, specialising in bespoke hats and headpieces. Following a degree in Interdisciplinary Textile Design, Kate went on to study Millinery at Kensington & Chelsea College under Noel Stewart and later went on to train with Gina Foster and Piers Atkinson. The hats are inspired by sculptural shape and simplicity contrasting with repetition and organised chaos, all hats are hand made in the UK.

www.katebraithwaite.co.uk

  LOU DUNGATE     Cashmere Accessories   After professionally knitting for a decade, Lou is collaborating with the first knitting factory to operate in London for 80 years. Drawing upon the art of nature and the nature of art, the eponymous luxury label is deliberately infused with heritage and nostalgia. The label is committed to British craftsmanship, ethical manufacturing and sustainability. Using only natural and fine fibres, primarily cashmere, each piece has been perfectly considered so that it endures a life well lived.   www.loudungate.com

LOU DUNGATE 
Cashmere Accessories

After professionally knitting for a decade, Lou is collaborating with the first knitting factory to operate in London for 80 years. Drawing upon the art of nature and the nature of art, the eponymous luxury label is deliberately infused with heritage and nostalgia. The label is committed to British craftsmanship, ethical manufacturing and sustainability. Using only natural and fine fibres, primarily cashmere, each piece has been perfectly considered so that it endures a life well lived.

www.loudungate.com

  MONC  Eyewear   Hand-crafted unisex sunglasses that combine classic styling with modern design thinking. A British brand with a distinct design outlook. MONC was founded in London, 2016 by British designer, Freddie Elborne, with an aim to celebrate the creative process and the people behind it. By seeking out the journeys of independent designers and makers to inspire each frame in their first collection, MONC has developed a namesake product that is tailored to fit the zeitgeist of that location. Aiming to put the makers at the front of the brand, each pair of sunglasses is meticulously constructed by hand, using only the highest quality components, materials and craftsmanship.    www.monclondon.com

MONC
Eyewear

Hand-crafted unisex sunglasses that combine classic styling with modern design thinking. A British brand with a distinct design outlook. MONC was founded in London, 2016 by British designer, Freddie Elborne, with an aim to celebrate the creative process and the people behind it. By seeking out the journeys of independent designers and makers to inspire each frame in their first collection, MONC has developed a namesake product that is tailored to fit the zeitgeist of that location. Aiming to put the makers at the front of the brand, each pair of sunglasses is meticulously constructed by hand, using only the highest quality components, materials and craftsmanship. 

www.monclondon.com


features

Photography
Hermès Lucas is a photographer of life, working across the globe to capture diverse cultures through vast, breath-taking landscapes and intimate portraits, to portray the magnificence and subtle nobility underlying and permeating even the most hostile of environments. The space features a curated selection of his works, by PR Consultant Tani Burns, founder of TBurnsArts and Co-founder of ARTNAKED. 'Planets' is an extensive insight, presenting work from some central series by the artist over recent years, taken through various travels as part of his judicial profession. Contextualised in many ways by the artist’s eminent career in international relations, dispute resolution and civil rights, the final artworks hold up a mirror to a life spent in pursuit of beauty, distinct and covert.

Floristy Workshop
April 26th
Elizabeth Tyler is a landscape and garden designer based in London. She works with clients across the UK, in both urban and rural contexts, to create lasting designs that feel natural and specific to the site. Influences on her work include a childhood spent in rural Norfolk, a strong interest in social and architectural history and a curiosity for travel. She also writes about gardens and landscapes, with published articles in the Financial Times and House and Garden, as well as a book series in the pipeline. 
 

Olympus Pen Photography Workshop with @Stylonylon
April 27th
Julia Rebaudo is a London fashion & lifestyle blogger and keen photographer. Formerly a freelance journalist, she has written for a range of digital & print publications including Elle, The Guardian and Time Out. In this workshop we will be looking at how to control different settings that will allow you to confidently come off Auto mode – such as how to control Aperture, White Balance & ISO as well as how best to create beautiful blurry backgrounds, or 'bokeh'. Bring your own Olympus Pen or have a go with the ones we will have on hand.
 

Skincare Consultation
April 28th
Kiehl’s was founded in 1851. A typical 19th century apothecary, Kiehl’s supplied New Yorkers with pharmaceutical tonics and medicinal salves culled from natural ingredients and customised to meet our customers’ individual needs. The original pharmacy was located at 109 Third Avenue, on the corner of 13th Street – the same location where our flagship Kiehl’s store continues to serve our patrons today – more than 160 years later.

 



With special thanks to...

Aethyr, Aidan Chan, Elizabeth Tyler, Hermès Lucas, Hermione McCosh,
Iona Blackshaw, Johnny Birkbeck, Julia Rebaudo, Kiehl’s, Loving Earth,
Nyetimber, OverHead Design, Tani Burns and Will Iron.