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Henrietta Ludgates Work-Shop at Whiteleys

Whiteleys
Queensway
Bayswater
London
W2 4YH
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The store, Henrietta Ludgate's Work-Shop, is a unique and breathtakingly original fashion concept store combining a high end boutique with a fully functional studio. The Work-Shop offers the discerning shopper the chance to purchase ready-to-wear but also order bespoke items whilst being able to view artisans at work. The store is also a vibrant creative space and visitors will be able to exercise their own creativity by taking part in fashion workshops led by talented artists and designers.
The boutique will stock Henrietta's entire collection, making it a must see destination for every fashionista. Henrietta's designs combine influences from her Highland heritage with a modernist silhouette and a quintessentially Scottish interpretation of Schiaparelli's wit.

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