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In Pictures: Rixo transforms Marylebone store into a multicoloured-lover's paradise

Chloe Burney
12 February 2024

Rixo has reopened the doors to its Marylebone High Street store, revealing a completely revamped space that gives the shop an ‘intimate, boutique feel’.

When it comes to Rixo, there's one thing we know for sure - their design is going to be artisanal and colour-centric. So, it comes as no surprise that the new store features an array of vibrant updates such as: a series of arches which frame the clothes, bespoke spaces to house accessories and integrated classical mouldings which pay homage to Marylebone’s classical architecture and heritage.

The store redesign was led by Interior Design studio, Cúpla, founded by Gemma McCloskey, twin sister of Rixo Co-Founder Orlagh McCloskey.

Cúpla commissioned local artisans to create handmade fixtures and fittings in the store. For example, Artist Sam Wood was commissioned to design and hand paint illustrations throughout the space. What's more, the clothing rails were made by London-based artisans Haxch and a local West London blacksmith was commissioned to make a full length wrought iron mirror for the store.

Photo credit: Megan Taylor

Similarly to its Rixo's flagship store fitting rooms, Colours of Arley were again commissioned to create bespoke stripe curtains, in pickle green and flora pink mini stripe. The fabric used was made of 100% recycled bottles.

Customers will be able to shop the full RIXO collection in the store including ready to wear, occasion, bridal, bridesmaids and accessories. Creating a 'concept' store feel, there will be just one of each product style displayed on the shop floor.

In celebration of the the opening, the first 100 customers to visit the store will receive a tote bag, branded matches and a bag of pick & mix.

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