Showcasing all the best dresses from Autumn/Winter 2021, Isabel Spearman’s unique pop-up returns to Belgravia for three weeks from 29th September at 14-15 Eccleston Yards.
Isabel Spearman's Daily Dress Edit pop-up returns to Belgravia
Brand consultant and super stylist Spearman initially set up the venture as an Instagram account to inspire fellow dress lovers to support brands that champion ‘slow’ fashion; the well-made, individual pieces showcased in her third annual pop up provide an opportunity for fashion fans to discover the latest that Belgravia has to offer in sustainable clothing.
Book your appointment now to arrange a 45 minute consultation with Isabel, where she offers style advice and has each dress in an array of sizes ready for you to try on. If you fall in love with a piece (or several!) you can place an order then and there, including free shipping direct to your home, whilst some are available for immediate purchase and some on pre-order.
Situated in Belgravia’s buzzing Eccleston Yards and overlooking the pretty courtyard, the pop-up features an exclusively curated collection of slow fashion from independent and notable British brands, alongside emerging designers. With a focus on well-made investment pieces, the edit features an array of beautiful dresses – many co-designed by Isabel herself – that will see you through from day to evening and the upcoming party season. Labels include feminine British brands Rosie Caldwell and Anna Mason, vintage-inspired maternity wear Clary & Peg and cult label Johanna Sands, who makes each of her dresses herself. Plus, slow fashion label O Pioneers, the timeless Darla Studio and sustainable and socially conscious Baukjen. And not to be missed is the Belgravia Edit, a new addition to the pop-up that presents the neighbourhood’s anticipated new-season dresses from cult brands including ME+EM, Beulah, My Wardrobe HQ and Louise Kennedy.
If you’ve got a keen eye for design, you’ll love the boutique that houses the edit; created by interior designer Lucy Barlow, founder of Barlow & Barlow studio, it’s inspired by a traditional Regency dress store with a contemporary twist. Decorated in a rich palette of burgundy and pinks, it’s as stylish as the dresses themselves.
Alongside the fashion edit, Spearman is hosting a celebration of British craft and creativity as part of London Craft Week from the 4th – 10th October. Click here to find out more.
Keen to see more of Belgravia when you visit the Daily Dress Edit? Click here for our suggested itinerary.
The Daily Dress Edit will be open from 29 September to 17th October at 14-15 Eccleston Yards, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9AZ