Terry De Havilland will open a pop-up shop off Carnaby Street in April. The boutique is the footwear designer’s first standalone retail space since he closed the doors to his renowned Cobblers to the World shop in 1979.
“I’m thrilled to be opening a pop-up shop in the Newburgh Quarter,” said de Havilland. “It’s an area that epitomises the spirit of London style and I can’t think of a more perfect place to be. It’s been over 30 years since I last had a flagship store and I can’t wait to show it off.”
The pop- up shop will open in April until mid-July, and will sell styles spanning de Havilland’s six-decade-long career – from bespoke platform wedges featuring psychedelic prints to mixed metallic Seventies sandals.