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Style Gallery 2019

Posted on 9 May 2019

Click on the film above to view all the action from Style Gallery 2019, the pop-up shop for emerging luxury brands hosted by Mishcon de Reya and LawfullyChic.

Our showcasing brands this year included: womenswear designers The Fold and Anna Mason; Savile Row tailor Kathryn Sargent; cashmere designer Wyse London; shoe designer Camilla Elphick; men's sock brand Mens London Sock Co; adventurewear brand Malle London; travel accessories brand Stow; skincare brand Votary; lifestyle brand Kleem; and jeweller Ziorva. Cocktails were created by Conker, while luxury hair salon Edward James offered guests a pop-up blow dry bar.

For more information please contact Stephen Rowe.

Style Gallery
Mishcon de Reya in association with Lawfully Chic


Lewis Cohen
Partner, Mishcon de Reya

Tonight is the Mishcon Style Gallery, it’s our annual event where we have a range of pop-up brands from right across industry sectors and they have the opportunity to meet with our clients, to be exposed to new markets and to new people.


Sally Britton
Partner, Mishcon de Reya

The Style Gallery comes at the end of a really full day talking about retail with all our clients and collaborators. Those include the BSC who we have worked with for a number of years, supporting various of their initiatives.


Linett Yates

This is my first time at Mishcon doing my business, it’s been amazing. We’ve had so many people coming up and asking questions in this sort of relaxed atmosphere as well which is really good fun.


Robert Malle
Malle London

We are connected to Mishcon through Walpole last year so we are brought on as one of their brands of tomorrow and we can give them a call and talk about trademarks, copywriting, branding.  We can get some quick advice about the way that they would approach it


Kathryn Sargent
Kathryn Sargent

I think the pop-up gives an opportunity for brands like myself to really showcase what they do, what is the experience that I am going to get and what is the value rather than just looking at product displayed in beautiful ways.


Mariel Wyse
Wyse London

Tonight I am hoping to get a little bit of people looking, feedback, really getting an overview of what people think of the collection.


Anna Mason
Anna Mason

It is really about exposure for us and a new set of eyes looking at our brand. 


Yvie Hutton
Head of Membership & Designer RelationsBritish Fashion Council

The work that we do with Mishcon is invaluable because they support one of our initiatives which is the bulb designer fashion fund.  They come and support in terms of doing seminars and workshops and really are an invaluable resource for our designers.


Edward Shortall
Edward James London

The high street is changing, it is all about experience and experience led business.  If you can’t buy it at home online, you’ve got to create something that creates energy and something that’s different and a different consumer offering for the public.

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