Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Gucci – just some of the brands featured in The Wardrobe Workshop’s new pop-up, which recently opened on the Kings Road. Having started as an independent online retailer, The Wardrobe Workshop focuses on sustainable retail, offering a two-way platform where new and old items are sold in the same place.
“The King’s Road is a hugely desirable location for us to showcase our unique fashion concept and we are so pleased to have the opportunity to trial this on one of London’s most iconic streets,” said founder of The Wardrobe Workshop, Charlotte Bowring. “This pop-up is the natural step in growth for our successful online business. We’re passionate about bringing both pre-loved and new fashion into one space and consider the Chelsea catchment a great place to do this.”
Alongside the pop-up, a number of events will be taking place, including barre and yoga classes, a book club, beauty treatments with Young LDN, and floristry masterclasses with Studio Smudge. Hunter & Co. has also opened their first pop-up store nextdoor at 341 Kings Road, where you can buy the brand’s coastal inspired products including rugs, vases, baskets and art prints.
For more information visit thewardrobeworkshop.com
25 February – 10 March 2019
325 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5ES
Just head down to the pop-up to shop, and to book tickets for specific events visit eventbrite