The Clerkenwell Design Week ended yesterday and we caught the last day of the event. Full of inspiring ideas, it makes us think what we could put in our new store next!
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Details are key for us at Nigel Hall, whether it is a unique button or a specific collar- every item has its speciality. Designed in Covent Garden, our Floral Street store is close to our studio and located in the heart of London.
You can shop the photos here:
1) Belt (available online soon)
10) Button down Clover shirt
As Clerkenwell Design Week begins today, we decided to feature the very talented Magnus Pettersen as our featured artist.
Magnus Pettersons studio creates furniture, lighting, and home accessories. After studying at Kingston University graduating with a Product and Furniture design degree, Magnus obtained his MA at Central Saint Martins in Industrial Design.
The studio has been around since 2010 and launched his first product, The Concret Desk in 2011. Since then, the studio has been busy launching new items with innovate design.
The Clerkenwell Design Week runs from May 21st-23rd.
Found in the heart of London’s Westend, our Soho store is perfectly situated amongst some of the capitals best bars, independent boutiques and eateries.
Only a 1 minute walk from world famous Carnaby street ,our boutique is perfectly located. Not only to shop our full collection, but to make the most of what the local area has to offer.
Soho was once home to Mozart, Karl Marx and The Sex Pistols- to name just a few. Soho is formed by interlinking interesting winding streets full of vibrant sounds ,sights and smells. From music being played at the wide range of record stores to the hustle and bustle surrounding the weekly fruit and veg market.
Delicious aromas are never far away from the culinary delights that line the busy streets from small stalls to some of the finest restaurants in the city.
For the Nigel Hall man, see our Pinterest board entitled Soho for more ideas on what to wear while in the area.
Pictured above are Nigel’s picks to for the Soho area, links to the various locations can be found below:
Tommy Guns : For an excellent haircut that will remind you of another time.
Cafe Gourmand: Sweet treats and bite size nibbles.
Sounds of the Universe: Unique finds and different sounds.
Tuscanic: A much cheaper option than flying to Tuscany- with amazing taste.
Algerian Coffee Store: A Soho essential.
Los Angeles-based artist Pae White merges art, design, craft and architecture through site specific installations and individual works which defy our expectations of a variety of techniques and media. For her South London Gallery exhibition she creates a mesmerising installation in which vast quantities of coloured yarn span and criss-cross the room to create supergraphics spelling out words that can only be deciphered by navigating the space. Inspired by a period of insomnia and consequent reflection on the transience of our existence, the letters and words emerge and dissolve depending on both our physical relationship to them and the relative weight of the overall aesthetic experience.
65-67 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH
Swedish Bakery in the heart of Covent garden
A new bakery / coffee shop has opened just 50 yards from our Flagship Store on Floral Street. With it’s doors opening this week we thought it would be rude not to pop in for a little coffee and a cinnamon bun or two.
You will not be disappointed with this small but perfectly formed bakery. With friendly staff, simple Scandinavian interior , great Swedish coffee and fantastic breads, cakes and biscuits this new shop on Rose street is a must visit for anyone in the area.
24 Rose Street
Spring Summer Outerwear now online. Perfect as part of a layered look.
New shirts and knitwear now in store. Using the very best in Italian shirting and the finest Merino from the world famous Biella region of Northern Italy.