Private Shopping Event at Paul Smith Mayfair

On 27 April, I hosted a private shopping event at the Paul Smith flagship store in Mayfair.  

The Albemarle flagship store is the largest Paul Smith shop in London spread across 2 floors. The shop was closed to the public and privatized for my personal styling clients.The particularity of this shop is that it hosts both an art gallery and a clothes shop. All art pieces are personally hand picked by Paul himself and can be purchased by clients – even the tables where the clothes are displayed.   The shop offers the men and women collections and the whole range of accessories. I hosted my private shopping event in the “Domino Room” between the male and female collections where the accessories are displayed. 

 This room is fully decorated with dominos. It took 4 days to the decorators of the shop to apply the dominos by hand giving a spectacular effect to the room. 

 During the event I treated my guests to a luxurious and personalized shopping experience. Clients were welcome in the shop by a champagne reception, before being given a personal introduction to Paul Smith’s creative direction to his Spring Summer 16 collections and being invited to try a selection of outfits that I personally hand picked for each and everyone of them.

  
  Upon departure guests were treated to goodie bags generously gifted by the event’s sponsors: Oribe, Leticia Haute Coiffure, Decleor and The Barracuda Casino.   I am hosting monthly private shopping event at luxury shops in London exclusively for my personal styling clients. The next event is on 25 May. Book your complimentary style consultation by 22 May to register to my next event. 

Photos by R. Porter 
 

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