Roland Mouret and his famous Galaxy dress are back in London's Mayfair with a new flagship store
With London Fashion Week drawing to a close, it's with impeccable timing that Roland Mouret has opened the doors to his new London flagship store - just the thing to raise our fashion-weary spirits.
Located in the heart of Mayfair, the two storey boutique combines his atelier, studio and showoom - with a special capsule collection designed exclusively for London.
In true Mouret style, the elegant townhouse in Carlos Place has been furnished with a mix of electic antiques and classic 1970s decor with chandeliers and an ornate fireplace.
Mouret has also developed an eight-piece capsule collection exclusively for London clients. The 'Roland Mouret at 8 Carlos Place' collection includes three of Mouret's most famed pieces including the Moon, Pigalle and the celebrated Galaxy dress.
First issued in 2005, the Galaxy went on to become an instant sell-out and a red carpet favourite, spotted on all our favourite A-listers from Cameron Diaz to Scarlett Johansson. We expect a similiar stampede the second time around!
Roland Mouret will be showcasing his A/W11 collection at Paris Fashion Week on 4th March and Marie Claire will be there with a front row seat for all the action.
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