Dedicated to Mastery – Malone Souliers
Founder Mary Alice Malone, a Pennsylvania-born shoe designer who studied at Cordwainers, and her business partner Roy Luwolt, created fashion’s most talked about shoe label Malone Souliers. We meet them in London at the brand’s showroom-cum-atelier perched high above Albemarle Street.
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Burberry’s new customised scarf bar launches across all stores this month, offering customers the chance to turn designer and create their very own Burberry neckwear.
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Shop Tactics With Nazy Vassegh
Often described as the most imaginative and glamorous art and antiques fair in the world, Masterpiece London offers for sale museum-quality works including fine art, jewellery and furniture. Chief executive Nazy Vassegh talks to us about her career highlights and her love of Mayfair.
Q & A with Caroline Rush, CEO of the British Fashion Council
As chief executive officer of the British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush talks to us ahead of staging London Fashion Week, about drawing in the international media and connecting LFW in stores with consumer events up and down Bond Street.
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Boodles introduces new icon collection ‘The Knot’
The British fine jeweller Boodles is delighted to introduce The Knot, an iconic new collection inspired by the delicate intricacy of a traditional sailor’s knot. Crafted in 18ct white and rose gold, each piece shimmers with encrusted diamonds, reminiscent of sea spray glistening in the sunlight.
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IWC Big Pilot Watch
Manufactured exclusively for the IWC London boutique, the Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar in stainless steel, limited to 38 pieces, is the star of the New Bond Street store. This subtle timepiece, equipped with IWC’s iconic Kurt Klaus Perpetual Calendar, fully represents the stoicism and vitality of British culture.
See more at 138 New Bond Street or on www.iwc.com
Art Law and More
Leading law firm Boodle Hatfield introduce Art Law & More; a blog containing daily articles and news from the art world, a weekly list of must see exhibitions, information about the forthcoming Brown’s London Art Weekend and regular features by their team of art law experts as well as guest contributors.
Read the Art Law & More blog HERE
Chinese luxury shopping film
The Bond Street Association has produced a Chinese Mandarin luxury shopping film promoting Bond Street. The short film features fashion, fine jewellery, art and hospitality and will be promoted widely as part of the ‘Great Campaign’ and the ‘Great China Welcome.’ Watch the video HERE
The Bond Street Windows Project is a series of contemporary artworks organised by London based Foxall Studio which features work from four UK based artist running on the facades of no’s 76 – 71 New Bond Street.
The Bond Street Association
Established in 1924, The Bond Street Association is a pro-active business to business Association, with members drawn from both the retail and business sectors in Bond Street and the surrounding area. The Association serves as an important business network and social nucleus within the Mayfair area; organising events, brand partnerships and promotions for the benefit of its members.