Brix and Bailey, Brix + Bailey Luxury Handbag and Accessory brand.
Brix and Bailey, Brix + Bailey Luxury Handbag and Accessory brand.

Brix and Bailey's World


Sister in London


Radiohead - Burn The Witch

Soundtracking this miniature movie (an homage to the 1973 cult film "The Wicker Man," except perhaps for its ending) is the new Radiohead song "Burn the Witch." From the start, violins are bowed unconventionally to create an unsettling, bouncing texture, slowly building into an ominous climax. Radiohead continues their campaign of asking us to open our eyes—can't we see what's wrong in this world?

David Bowie Blackstar

Like a theater stage, scenes change from a jeweled skeleton in a spacesuit to a lot of cult-like dancing and human scarecrows as Bowie's voice trembles with emotion in this experimental pop-meets-prog-rock-meets-jazz-meets-the-future-meets-everything track.

David Bowie Starman

Bowie had (in his own words) "a repulsive need to be something more than human," which is all too accurate. With "Starman"—a late addition to 1972's The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars—Bowie's alter-ego Ziggy Stardust spreads a message of hope for Earth. Apart from reassuring us it's all worthwhile, he urges listeners, "Let all the children boogie."


Clerkenwell Design Week

This event is now in its seventh year and this time the event has undergone a complete revamp, enabling exhibitors and visitors to rediscover a neighborhood that is brimming with innovative design.

Ham Yard Hotel.

Something's in the air as soon as you arrive at London's Ham Yard Hotel. It's perhaps the immediate juxtaposition of calm after the walk through Piccadilly Circus, a block away. Situated in a private-like courtyard (where pedestrians can also take a shortcut), the hotel is surrounded by lovely independent boutiques, large oak trees, a gigantic bronze sculpture by English artist Tony Cragg, and rare for the vibrant Soho area: sunlit outdoor dining.

Timothy Taylors Gallery

The show is a joint presentation by the gallery's contemporary art and master programs—and it represents a broad swath of international artists. From eleven mixed media works of Antoni Tàpies produced across twenty years to Gabriel de la Mora's 2016 piece "T-29 i / 29 d," composed of 29 pairs of discarded vintage stereo speaker cases, there's much to admire....and we did...for quite a while thank you.


Redchurch Street, London

Redchurch Street

Take a look at one of my favourites; Labour and Wait for all those timeless household goodies (, onto Maison Trois Garcons for the most opulent vintage homewares ever (, followed by the amazing Aesop ( & finish at my t-shirt   staples store APC (                         Perfect day.

Maltby Street, Bermondsey

Such a great find....tucked away in the railway arches in an unprepossessing area of Bermondsey is an enterprising collective of traders whom open their doors to us foodies for a few precious hours each week.   (Saturday 9am-2pm)          

Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury

A partially pedestrianised street in bookish Bloomsbury, this is as civilised as shopping gets in the capital: it's not unusual for shop owners to dispense a free glass of wine to customers. First stop has to be Darkroom, Brix's favourite shop in the area.             

Serpentile Galleries

Take a look at the Serpentile Pavillion designed by Selgascano...inspiring.  


Dover Street Market

“I want to create a kind of market where various creators from various fields gather together and encounter each other in an ongoing atmosphere of beautiful chaos; the mixing up and coming together of different kindred souls who all share a strong personal vision” Rei Kawakubo....Could not agree more.


A complementary mix of old and new art forms through a series of exhibitions and collaborations with contemporary artists....great space.

Celestine London

I love this alternative luxury store with its focus on pure holistic living and now that they stock Brix + Bailey we are more than happy! Kirchhoff, Marios Schwab and Pamela Love & they also offer space to up and coming brands.

Goodhood Store

Cool store with a great mix of brands...always worth a peek.

Luna & Curious

An exquisite mix of interesting & sometimes unusual lovely things.

Cire Trvdon

The space is quirky, with an unusual layout that perfectly suits the brand. Wall colours and coverings, including ‘Directoire’ shades of paintwor. My favourite candle is their `Ernesto'(leather & candle)....fits our studio perfectly.


This is the original Magma, packed with books and magazines covering all aspects of contemporary visual arts, fashion, photography, graphics, design, illustration, typography, advertising, art and architecture. There's also a fantastic range of original t-shirts and prints produced by an eclectic mix of artists, illustrators and designers.

Future & Found

With a vision for what’s to come and a love of what’s been before, Future and Found brings a carefully curated collection of beautiful things for the home. They have their own ranges alongside products from designers around the world and vintage market finds.Their products are simple, stylish & thoughtfully designed.              


A new find for me on Redchurch Street, Shoreditch. Hostem’s interior is casual yet luxe where streetwear designers are married with the niche, the unexpected and the directional. One for Bailey I

Monster Supplies

Yippee....This wonderful shop stocks a pharmacopoeia of different types of fear, a complete range of edible human preserves and everyday household essentials like Fang Floss and Zombie Mints. Hoxton Street Monster Supplies invites clients old and new, living and dead to come and discover why this has been the store of choice for discerning monsters for over two hundred years, and will be the same forever

Kemistry Gallery

Kemistry Gallery is an independent gallery dedicated to exhibiting the work of outstanding graphic designers. Kemistry Gallery can take credit forParra’sbreak-through in the UK, bringing over Geoff McFetridge, Gregory Gilbert-Lodge and Experimental Jetset, not to mention supporting UK talent - UVA, DanielEatock, Eine, James Joyce and Anthony

KK Outlet

This is a great little gallery & book shop based on Hoxton Square, hosting monthly exhibitions featuring the best visual creatives working today. Covering illustration, graphics fashion and photography each show is expertly curated and presented. The bookshop stocks self published KesselsKramer photography books alongside hand picked titles from publishers large and of my


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Kim Haller, Brooklyn

Practical and comfortable, much like her designs, Haller’s studio speaks volumes about the way she mixes her advanced technical knowledge with her personal experiences. After a successful debut, Haller decided to focus her energies on dreaming up a second fall collection rather than splitting the year into two...we wish her luck for 2016.


Quero Shoes

Customized products do not have to equate with heart attack-inducing prices anymore. In the world of shoes, companies like Atlanta-based start-up Cobbler Union andQuoddy are making bespoke available for more people, with streamlined online ordering and prices hovering around $400. Brand-spanking-newcomer Qüero Shoes is bravely offering custom shoes, made in Spain using Italian and French leathers, at an even lower price: most at $200 or below...worth a

Acne Studios

Refined, desirable..I LOVE this shop. I walk past their 33 Greene Street shop everyday on the way to my studio.....brilliant.

Dear Rivington

Inspirational store with wearable avant garde sense & amazing vintage pieces from around the world.

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