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The Regent Street Edit

An exciting sustainable pop-up has opened on Regent Street

Take a stroll down Regent Street to discover something special this autumn. Introducing the Regent Street Edit at 88 Regent Street; a unique collection of six sustainability focussed brands from the local area.

You’re invited to learn about sustainable fashion and discover a plethora of experiences as you move through each area of the concept store. Create your own clothing through upcycling and learn about the art of slow tailoring as you browse innovative designs from fashion brands including Saywood Studio, Lab Tonica, LR.D studio, the good neighbour, Petit Pli and 4649.REC.

Find out more about each of the brands below:

Saywood Studio focusses on classics contemporised with unexpected details. The collection delivers beautiful edits of wardrobe essentials, both modern and timeless made to be worn and re-worn, pressing pause on throwaway fashion.

The good neighbour designs wardrobe staples for men with great fabrics, that are ethically and sustainably sourced, and will last you across the seasons.

4649.REC born during lockdown, founder and designer YumiSakaki ’s began disassembling vintage family kimonos sent from Japan by her mother and transforming them into everyday attire. Each piece is a unique and exclusive one-off you will not find elsewhere.

Petit Pli invents and applies ground-breaking material technologies that solve problems for individuals, businesses and the planet across the textiles value chain. The garments grow with the recipient, reducing water and carbon footprints, and the need to keep buying new clothes

LR.D studio inspires a different relationship between women and their wardrobes. It combines the versatility of an Australian lifestyle with European elegance. LRD keeps travel at a minimum and clothes out of landfill, while promoting timeless garments designed to be in season forever.

Lab Tonica is a botanical sanctuary meets herbal apothecary in the heart of London, bringing the sanctuary and power of plants to an urban audience. Every sip of their tea, smudge of their balm and spritz of mist contains the finest herbal ingredients to nurture inside and out.

The Regent Street Edit is brought to you in partnership with The Crown Estate and Westminster City Council. Piqued your interest? Read more about how the West End is becoming cleaner and greener.



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