London Fashion Week S/S 2016: Jewelry Design Duo URiBE Share Their London Shopping Haunts and More
Ciao Milano! Fashion Week steps into Italy today, but we’ll be posting a few more London stories before we’ve got both feet in the land of Moschino, Cavalli, Marni and more.
When jewelry designer Tiffany Phillips of the SPACE brand URiBE told us that her husband, co-designer Sion Phillips, got her engagement ring at Gray’s Antique Center in Mayfair (near the Bond Street Station in London), it went to the top of our list of London’s not-to-miss. The only thing better would be seeing the ring itself and hearing about how this super-talented and ultra-modern duo chose to mark their union with a piece of history.
But we never made it there. Fashion week schedules are hard to explain; they can really only be experienced. Suffice it to say there are plenty of places we didn’t visit during this brief jaunt. But next time you’re in London, make sure you hit a few of the spots that the Phillipses were so kind to share with us.
The Haberdashery, on Stoke Newington High Street for breakfast
Embassy East, in Hoxton for breakfast
Ivy’s Mess Hall, for lunch
Gujarati Rasoi on Bradbury Street, for dinner
Hill & Szrok, Broadway Market for butchery goods and food stuffs
Pinch Wine Bar, for drinks on Greenwood Road
The Spurstowe Arms, for drinks on Greenwood Road
Ruby’s Dalston, for drinks on Stoke Newington Road
J Glinert Hardware Shop, on Wilton Way
Two Columbia Road, amazing vintage furniture on Columbia Foad
Alfie’s Antique Market on Church Street at Edgware Road Station, one of the best antiques in London
Columbia Road Flower Market on Sundays
Broadway Market on Saturdays
Vigo Gallery, 21 Dering Sreet representing Isabel Yellin and Ollie Marsden
Gallery FUMI, in Hoxton Square
Donlon Books, Broadway Market—the best selection of books in the world!
Donlon Books; image via Donlonbooks.com
Shop: current season URiBE at SPACE