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In the Mayfair neighborhood, London, is now open the first standalone flagship by the fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu. Designed with the collaboration of his longtime partner, architectural designer Philip Joseph, the two-story shop is filled with vintage furnishings from local gallery Sigmar and a mix of moody paintings and witty drawings by Andy Warhol and Jean Cocteau.
With the opening of Danish brands Carl Hansen & Son and Rud Rasmussen’s new showroom in East London, the classic wishbone chairs are emerging. A three-story shop in a historic warehouse building with exposed brick walls and blond wood floors play host to the sleek Scandinavian furnishings.
The heiress of The Fendi Fashion House, Delfina Delettrez, a cool jewelry designer joined her friend and interior designer Rafael de Cárdenas to create in Mayfair a modern and luxurious treasure box trimmed with malachite print leather wall coverings, surrealist accents, and antiques she plucked from her childhood home. If you are a jewelry lover visit this store is a must in your things to do in London list.
Fashion designer Alexander Wang tapped Vincent Van Duysen to design his first standalone location in Europe—a 6,700-square-foot outpost in a former Mayfair post office. With its concrete floors, stainless-steel wall panels, and chrome display rails, the interior no doubt nods to Wang’s hard-edged fashions, making it a monochromatic beautiful shop in London.
Lema, an italian interiors brand, opened a 4,300-square-foot flagship on Kings Road in Chelsea devised by the amazing artistic director Piero Lissoni. The two-story building with a Dutch gable façade houses Lema Casa and Lema Contract, uniting its main divisions under one roof.
After moving into Mayfair, scottish fashion designer Christopher Kane teamed with minimalist master John Pawson on the brand’s first flagship—a vision in white shop. This minimalistic yet elegant store is a must visit in London.
Balmain, the french powerhouse, opened, in London, a new store by architect Joseph Dirand that embraces Queen Anne style with a bespoke fireplace, and a magnificent parquetlike stone floors, and a profusion of moldings.
We know London is a dream place with lots of spots that you want to know/visit, but don’t forget to add this 7 amazing shops in your shopping centers in London visit list.