In the summer of 2021 Pure White Lines were approached by London based interior design studio Barlow and Barlow to provide unique antique pieces for the Daily Dress Edit pop-up store in Belgravia.
The Daily Dress Edit, established by PR expert and dress enthusiast, Isabel Spearman, worked with Belgravia London who provided the perfect venue to champion independent fashion and interior brands.
The interior of the pop-up was designed by Lucy Barlow of Barlow and Barlow. True to her renowned style, the scheme was full of colour and character. A rich palette of pinks and burgundies combined with our antique pieces and items from retailers within the Pimlico Road Design District to create a fun and modern twist on a Regency dress store.
Included in the scheme was a beautiful 19th Century French Glazed Cabinet styled with our pink Girls Club sign. A set of Antique French Hardware Drawers was styled with a vintage sewing machine and a 19th Century French Bank of Drawers provided the perfect statement piece to the dressing room area.
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