Within the bruised pink walls and between the rococoesque furnishings of the new store, can be found Charlotte Olympia’s pre-fall collection, inspired by artists including Russian painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky and surrealist master Salvador Dali. There’s also a new Charlotte Olympia collection at the store inspired by the London location of the new shop.
The Draycott Avenue joins Charlotte Olympia’s first London store on Madodox Street and is the latest in a series of recent shop openings for the label, now available in Bangkok, La Vaegs and Costa Mesa Calif.
It’s little surprise that the Charlotte Olympia shoes are so popular internationally. Inspired by classical Hollywood glamour, pin-ups and 40s and 50s movie stars, the design philosophy behind Charlotte Olympia is to create adventurous, feminine shoes with a sense of humour. This cheeky take on movie star magic is exampled by the hugely popular Charlotte Olympia Cinderella glass slipper, sold as part of an exclusive capsule collection to celebrate the arrival of Disney's Cinderella this year. Little wonder Charlotte Olympia is a favourite among model Alexa Chung and the Delevingne sisters.
|What||Charlotte Olympia boutique shop opening|
|Where||Charlotte Olympia, 114 Draycott Avenue, London , SW3 3AE | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
25 Jun 15 – 31 Dec 15, 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here for more information|