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One of the biggest names on the London fashion scene, Nicole Farhi has grown into a full lifestyle brand, making her mark on men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, ceramics, tableware and linens. Each elegantly designed boutique features natural, unfinished wood shelves and displays based around organic shapes—subtle, muted backgrounds for the collection of elegant, mid-calf length dresses in island-inspired prints and smart trousers paired with gossamer-thin blouses. For men, Farhi favors slouchy, schoolboy looks like striped cardigans and corduroy pants. Sleek housewares reflect the designer’s refined, nature-derived aesthetic, like mugs made from hand-crafted porcelain and gorgeous placemats of aligned glass rods. Patrons linger at Farhi’s inimitable in-store cafes: Uptown, power brokers tuck into three-course lunches near an open kitchen, while downtown, shaggy British expats nurse (or nurture) their hangovers at the intimate, wooden bar.Registry
Nicole Farhi’s tableware and linens are earthy and elegant. Standouts include handblown glassware ($50–$86) and fur cushions ($380–$480).Sales
End-of-season clearance sales twice yearly.
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