Dirty Pretty Things Pop Up Shop


Selfridges is now the host of the Dirty Pretty Things Pop Up shop, showcasing the brand's Spring/Summer 12 collection, as well as their collaboration with jewellery designe Stephen Webster.

Designers Claire Merry (DPT), Stephen Webster and Dee Murren (DPT), proud to launch their collaboration

I had the chance to visit the shop in its early days, and was amazed by the garments. If you like the "glam rock" style and neon colours, this will be worth checking out for you. Every piece is sexy and modern, with a tough edge to it (be it python prints, neon pink, shabby-chic bird prints, etc.)
The Eloise style is having a Stephen Webster makeover!

The pop up shop in Selfridges also offer exclusive pieces, such as the DPT collaboration with jewellery designe Stephen Webster. This collaboration sees their best selling Eloise style re-vamped with Webster's Envy pendant`s style. This gives us a cheekey bra made of silk and mesh winking in sahara crystals. The matching brief features teardrop crystals.

James Meller, one of the last in the underwear industry in the UK

During my visit I also had the chance to chat to James Meller, who is the director of the factory that produces the Dirty Pretty Things pieces. Mr Meller has been in the industry since his teen, and is running one of the last factory making underwear in the UK.

DPT's Spring/Summer 12 collection

The pop up shop is now running until 11th March in Selfridges.

Tell me, where do you like to buy fancy underwear?

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