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Tusting to stage pop-up at Old Truman Brewery

Lauretta Roberts
31 October 2016

British luxury leather brand Tusting is to stage a week-long pop-up during November at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane.

The brand, which is now in its fifth generation of family ownership and which is based in the heart of "leather country" between Bedford and Northamptonshire, will be selling its full range which includes classic men’s briefcases to women’s totes, clutches and satchels, as well as luggage and small accessories. It will also showcase its luxury leather furniture range. One-time offers will also be applied with discounts of up to 70% off normal retail prices.

The pop-up will also offer clients a chance to consult with the brand's craftspeople and have their choice of product customised. Panels of bags and briefcases can be specified in any colour from a wide range of options, with both strap and handle length customisable too. In addition, an embossing service is offered.

Gillian Tusting, director of marketing and great-great granddaughter of the brand's founder, said:  “After the great success of our Jermyn street pop-up two years ago we are very excited to be welcoming customers to a much larger space in this equally vibrant area of the capital.”

Another heritage British brand Cheaney, the Northamptonshire footwear manufacturer, will stage a pop-up next door to Tusting and the brands say brands they "look forward to working in harmony to demonstrate the best of the British leather industry".

The pop-up will run from 8-13 November, with members of the press and long-standing Tusting clients invited to an exclusive evening showcase on 9 November from 5.30pm.

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