original ‘Skull’ ring, as worn by Johnny Depp, Slash and Keith Richards, it’s perhaps fitting that this autumn sees the brand launch of its very own single malt whisky in collaboration with Milroy’s of Soho. There’s also a new collaboration with top influencer Sammi Jefcoate on a series of rock ‘n’ roll headscarves and a special ring, plus rock out from your feet up with the launch of The Great Frog socks. New to the basement of the renowned Pankhurst London barber shop is beauty boutique supreme Vivienne Talsmat , who has been described as "the secret weapon of London’s super wealthy" and whose job it is to make you feel more beautiful. Treat yourself and choose from her amazing Rejuva Radiance Silver, Gold or Platinum treatments, where East meets West with deep cleansing, sculpting and skin rejuvenation that will make you shine. The 33 Marshall Street tattoo parlour in the basement of barber Johnny’s Chop Shop shuns tired old tattoo shop ideas in favour of a boutique-cum- art-gallery feel. It’s the brainchild of entrepreneur Talitha Maddison, with cult illustrator turned tattoo ink master, Jamie Burbidge, creating one-of-a-kind pieces that will leave your Newburgh Quarter visit as more than just a memory.
The AW19 season also ushers in a bold expansion of the Red Wing ‘Heritage Collection’, at both the men’s and women’s stores on Newburgh Street, drawing on the 114-year-old, American-made legacy. New styles, like the men’s Sawmill boots and women’s Classic Engineer, Holly, and Gracie emerge as the latest additions to be sought after. To bring out the cowgirl in you – a key trend for this season – comes the Inez ankle western boot in honey chinook leather. Stunning. For fashion lovers, Lazy Oaf ’s new collections are inspired by sci-fi worlds and cyberspace culture, with neon brights and fluorescent shades channelling the aesthetics of 90s cult film ‘Hackers’ and a nod to bedroom gamers and cyberdelic escapism. Arcade game graphics and console-inspired logos feature throughout the collection with key pieces including the ‘Game Over’ panel fleece and neon ‘Transformer’ pants. Back on the heritage tip, famous British outerwear specialist Barbour is celebrating its 125 th anniversary with an exclusive collection of limited-edition iconic jackets. Under the title of Barbour Icons Re-Engineered come fresh interpretations of the Haydon wax jacket, the International jacket – as worn by Steve McQueen – the supercool International Polarquilt jacket, as well as the world-renowned Bedale and Beaufort wax jackets. All ultra-collectable. Anyone familiar with The Great Frog knows it’s the home of rock ‘n’ roll jewellery, originally established on Carnaby Street in 1972. Producers of the
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