Rebecca Strickson Store-front Installation
We are thrilled to announce our latest store-front collaboration with South-London based artist Rebecca Strickson.
The store-front and window displays feature Rebecca's trademark inspiring messages in a bright and highly patterned style influenced by trade union banners and protest march signs.
Her ‘Campaign’ project made headlines last summer - with everyone from Alexa Chung to Emilia Clarke sharing her designs on social media during the weeks leading up to the UK general election.
Rebecca's work on our Carnaby Street store sends an empowering message to London in 2018, and explores the power of people working together to overcome an issue that really matters.
Rebecca Strickson says: “I really wanted to design something inclusive, vibrant and fun; just like the capital. With January a time for traditional resolutions and looking ahead, I wanted to create something with a positive message we can all carry through the year, and beyond.”
Staying true to the ethos of the piece, Strickson brought together fellow London makers - including embroidery artist Annalisa Middleton and metalwork artist Leila Alice Smith - enlisted for their specialist skills to complete the multimedia installation.
To celebrate the storefront collaboration, a limited edition art print and accompanying range of greeting cards designed by Rebecca will be available to buy in-store. So head down and see us on Carnaby Street to enjoy Rebecca's joyous creation and get empowered!