New to London’s Redchurch Street (Shoreditch), In House is a clever combination of exhibition and shop. Curated by the design team at In House Studios, each month presents a new shoppable theme. The debut collection, “In Print”, is dedicated to all things paper and ink (filled with pencils, notebooks, rulers, and such — right up my alley). If it’s your alley too, get over there this weekend: “In Print” closes on Sunday, September 28. Of course, that means October’s collection is right around the corner.
photos from in house’s first collection, “in print”, as well a shot of the shop a few days before launch.
back of the postcard explaining the “in print” collection
In House Studios // 67 Redchurch Street // London E2 7DJ
+44 207 729 5117 // @studioinhouse
all photos by jane potrykus
Romantic appliqués at Michael van der Ham lend evening wear an appealing touch of wabi sabi. See the complete collection at Style.com.
image credits: photos by stefano masse/indigitalimages.com for style.com
Lightweight, metallic fabrics in leotard-inspired cuts paired well with wispy, ethereal skirts: Barbara Casasola’s spring show defined utilitarian luxe® evening wear. See the complete collection at Style.com.
image credits: photos by yanni vlamos/indigitalimages.com for style.com
Perfect kick-around-town looks in black and white (so much white at the spring shows!) from Nili Lotan. See the complete collection at Style.com.
nili lotan courtesy photos for style.com
Regal, flowy looks from The Row for spring. Many of the looks would swallow me whole, but I do love a relaxed silhouette on other people. Best news for me? The two strap sandal trend (my beloved Arizonas) lives on for next summer — albeit with a bit more refinement. See the complete collection at Style.com.
image credits: the row courtesy photos for style.com