The second (and last) edition of the combined Scoop x Pure last week showed that buyers’ appetites for physical events remain strong after two years in which they were cancelled, delayed or made digital-only.
As pop-up stores go, this is one of the briefest but brightest. For two days (26-28 November) emerging designer Mowalola Ogunlesi hosts her first (albeit temporary) store at the Dray Walk Gallery in Shoreditch, London.
The label is opening three Gucci Circolo temporary stores, giving its aficionados the chance to discover the influences, musical and otherwise, inspiring Alessandro Michele, in a café-style, experiential setting.
Browns is diving deep into sustainability this summer with a raft of initiatives including a link-up with The Restory, plus Made To Order jewellery and Made To Measure tailoring in partnership with Ermenegildo Zegna.
Trade show organisers are continuing to reschedule key shows and Hyve Group has announced that it will stage Scoop X Pure and sourcing show Pure Origin at the Old Truman Brewery in London on September 7-9.
Few British fashion boutiques have as much mystique as Browns, the central London emporium which opens April 12 in a swish new location at 39 Brook Street, with an uber-innovative redesign and a sustainable restaurant.