Charles Russell Speechlys showcase the best of British emerging luxury at pop-up shop
Charles Russell Speechlys has hosted a luxury retail pop-up in the heart of the City, showcasing some of the most exciting, up-and-coming brands in British luxury retail.
Designed to support and introduce the best emerging, entrepreneurial British brands, products displayed on the night spanned from high end womenswear to handcrafted men’s loafers, and luxurious sleepwear to futuristic ice cream. The brands in attendance included: Davina Combe, Duke & Dexter, Finlay & Co, Hesper Fox, Land Chocolate,Little Moons, Mary Queen of Scots, Morv London, Okapi Home, Rachel Vosper, The Fold and Tinct.
The luxury theme was carried through the event thanks to refreshments from award-winning English sparkling wine producers Nyetimber, and canapes designed to look like lipsticks. Sassoon Salon was on hand with a mobile hair salon for an extra touch of pampering.
Guests were able to talk to the brands’ founders and representatives at length, learning about their development and growth, as well as sampling their products.
Speaking after the event, Ed Craig, Partner and Head of Retail at Charles Russell Speechlys said, “Hosting our luxury pop-up has not only supported emerging British retail talent but, importantly, introduced those brands to our wider community and network. At Charles Russell Speechlys, we provide the same boutique and innovative approach to all our retail clients, spanning some of the largest and best-known high-street and luxury brands, to the newest market challengers. We are delighted that everyone has had an amazing time – it was a great evening.”
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