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The Daily Dress Edit pop-up opens in Belgravia

Tom Shearsmith
29 September 2021

The Daily Dress Edit, a platform for independent labels and slow fashion, has today opened its three week pop-up boutique in Belgravia's Eccleston Yards.

The stylish pop-up boutique, overlooking the areas vibrant courtyard, celebrates the joy of dresses with an exclusively curated edit of new season fashion by Daily Dress Edit Founder, Isabel Spearman.

With slow fashion at the heart of the Daily Dress Edit, dress lovers can admire and purchase sought-after pieces from the new Autumn/Winter collections of independent and notable British brands, as well as new and emerging designers.

Noteworthy labels include feminine British brands Rosie Caldwell and Anna Mason, vintage inspired maternity wear Clary & Peg, Johanna Sands, O Pioneers, Darla Studio and Baukjen.

The curated dress edit sits within a boutique created by Interior Designer Lucy Barlow, Founder and Creative Director of London based design studio, Barlow & Barlow.

Alongside the dress edit, Spearman will host a celebration of British craft and creativity as part of London Craft Week, 4 – 10 October.

Alongside the dress edit, Spearman will host a celebration of British craft and creativity as part of London Craft Week. Three emerging designers will demonstrate their craft live in the store, who have also each created an exclusive dress for the pop-up.

  • 4 October 1-3pm - hand stitching – textile specialist Freya Simonne
  • 5 October 10.30am-12.30pm – hand stitching - Jeanie Muldownie from Back by Sundown
  • 6 October 10am-12pm - hand marbling fabric - Mekala Fuller from Manimekala

The Daily Dress Edit Founder, Isabel Spearman, said: “This is my favourite time of the year and I am thrilled to be back in beautiful Belgravia to champion so many brilliant brands. The Daily Dress Edit is usually a virtual platform to showcase slow fashion, so to have the opportunity to present them in real life is very exciting. I cannot wait to spend three weeks in Eccleston Yards and see everyone again after the year that we’ve had.”

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