- Marjorie van Elven |
Delvaux has finally unveiled its new address at New Bond Street, London. The Belgian luxury brand, which previously occupied number 36 of the same street, now operates a larger and more visible store.
There is no doubt the Belgian fashion house, founded in 1829 and official purveyor to the Court of Belgium since 1883, is on a quest to win londoners’ hearts. The new store pays homage to British culture, with mannequins wearing Bearskin hats, Tartan and Union Jack prints. Three months ago, Delvaux also opened a new store at Sloane street.
To celebrate the new opening, Delvaux is launching a series of miniature bags which also honor some of the most iconic elements of British culture, such as the red telephone booth and the Buckingham Palace guards.
Pictures: courtesy of Delvaux