Bruton Street Celebrates its first Birthday with Gordon’s

To celebrate both the Temperley and Gordon’s collaboration and the first anniversary of the Mayfair store we brought the outside inside.  With the ground floor of our Bruton Street store drastically transformed with a wisteria tree climbing the walls and ceiling and in the midst of the branches hung iconic Temperley London gowns while free standing plinths showcased the ten green bottles with Temperley Labels. The draping wisteria leads up to the first floor where on the landing the striking stained glass artwork, created by John Reyntiens in collaboration with Alice, is illuminated. In the first floor discovery room each print label is displayed amongst an assortment of props from books and birdcages to cases and trunks. Guests were invited to try four of the ten delicious cocktails created to commemorate the collaboration whilst classic G&T’s were served by immaculate waiters.

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Setting up the wisteria tree in the Bruton Street window

 Wisteria leading up to the first floor discovery room

Stunning event window featuring iconic gowns and standout prints

Opulence in the first floor bar area

Mixologists garnished ‘Jasper Rose’ cocktails with rose petals

Laura Bailey and Alice Dellal came to celebrate a year of Temperley on Bruton Street

 The Temperley ten green bottles

Alice wearing the aya show dress and Jacquetta Wheeler

Antique cases with Temperley printed interiors and draped scarves

Pixie Lott attended the event in brand new ALICE by Temperley SS14

illuminating the staircase, read about John Reyntiens artwork here

Alice in front of John Reyntiens illuminated stained glass artwork

Emilia Fox in the ALICE by Temperley AW13 Mini Regalia Dress

 Ten custom cocktail cards, one for each print bottle

The pavement outside the flagship illuminated in spotlights

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