Bicester Village celebrates its commitment to unique arts and crafts from around the world with a special Voices of East London pop-up concept store in the heart of the village. Inspired by Maryam Eisler’s book Voices of East London, the new art-meets-fashion space brings together a number of established and emerging east London creatives under one roof to display their unique designs and make them available to purchase.
Offering everything from one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces, 3D jackets and abstract headpieces to ornate sculptures and home decorations, the varied collection celebrates artisan talent, vibrant colour, expressive personalities and creative style.
Artists, designers and collaborators in the space:
Anne-Sophie Cochevelou, Arlette Ess – textiles, Charlotte Colbert, Daniel Lismore, Franca Berr – jewellery, Frankie – fashion, Ginny Litscher – fashion, Lamar Scarves – silk textiles, Linnie Mclarty – jewellery, McKinley & Paget – candles, Michelle Lowe-Holder – jewellery, Natacha Marro – shoes, Natascha Madeiski – ceramics, Pandemonia, Peter Ibruegger – homeware, Piers Atkinson – millinery, Sadie Clayton – wearable art, Silken Favours – silk textiles, Sue Kreitzman, Tatty Devine – jewellery, Victim FashionSt by Mei Hui Liu – fashion
There are pieces from more than 15 artists and designers on display, with prices are from £5 to £500. Here we share some of highlights from the opening day launch and the best products to buy now.
The Inside the Voices of East London concept store is open until 6 May.
Bicester Village, 50 Pingle Drive, Bicester OX26 6WD, +44 (0)1869 366266