Aaah, December! That time of the year spent in making resolutions for the year to come, planning those holiday parties and of course, shopping! Whether it is for that office Christmas party or a gift for your mom, the list is endless and the options available, even more so! Amidst the festive frenzy this season, catch a break and enjoy a day of quiet shopping at luxury fashion designers Georgia Hardinge and Fyodor Golan‘s exclusive pop-up shop in collaboration with online and offline marketplace Curated Crowd.
Georgia Hardinge is a contemporary womenswear label based in London. The brand offers everything from dresses to easy blouses inspired by sculptural elegance that brings a unique three dimensional style to the pieces. Their USP lies in their signature pleating technique and the brand was an instant bestseller at AISPI’s recent pop-ups in Europe and India.
On the very opposite end of the spectrum is Fyodor Golan – a contemporary British label founded by designer duo Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman. Looking for luxury sportswear rendered in eye catching shades and tech fabrics that result in a progressive sportswear aesthetic? Look no further than what Fyodor Golan has to offer with their signature range of track pants, t-shirts and sweatshirts, embellished with the occasional crystal.
Georgia Hardinge x Fyodor Golan x Curated Crowd
Opens November 27th
Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm
Saturday 10am to 6.30pm
Sunday noon to 5pm
11 St. John’s Wood High St, St. John’s Wood London, NW8 7NG
Curated Crowd’s reputation for bringing quality retail experiences to the consumer combined with the sartorial delights that designers Georgia Hardinge and Fyodor Golan have to offer make this a pop-up that is hard to miss. Whether you’re looking for an outfit to ring in the new year or a gift for someone special, the Curated Crowd pop-up is one you must visit this festive season. For more details, visit the Curated Crowd website. Stay tuned to the AISPI Blog and Instagram as we bring to you more from the local fashion community in Europe and beyond.