On & Around the Street


Jet-set designer Peter Dundas has brought his Dundasworld “Travelling Flagship” to London, opening the doors to his glamorous world on Sloane Street with a dazzling display of show-stopping Met Gala dresses he created for Ciara, Emily Ratajkowski and Poppy Delevingne to last May’s gala.

Just in time for all the glitz and glamour of the party season, you can expect a glittering array of Dundas’ of hand-embroidered demi-couture pieces alongside flirty party dresses in saucy proportions, the designer’s popular animalier knits and low-key logo sweats.

Set over 750 square feet, the space is just across from the Hèrmes boutique and a short stroll from the newly reopened Belmond Cadogan Hotel. A sumptuous soft grey carpet lines the floors, complemented by a zingy neon artwork and tropical palms – a nod to Los Angeles, Mykonos and Miami, where Dundas has previously opened “Travelling Flagships” since the brand’s launch in 2017.

The store will be open at 50a Sloane Street for three months – until at least the middle of January – with a view of extending the lease to six months. Fingers crossed, ladies.

50a Sloane Street, SW1X 9SN

Peter Dundas and Dundasworld cofounder Evangelo Bousis

Dundasworld joins a list of exciting new pop-ups to open on Sloane Street, including Canadian outerwear brand Mackage, best known on this side of the pond for its popularity with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, who wore the brand’s Elodie coat in December 2017 for her first joint official public appearance with Prince Harry following the announcement of their engagement.

Mackage, 135 Sloane Street, SW1X 9AX

Additionally, cult jeweller Catherine Prevost,who has built up a devoted support base of fashion industry and jet-set insiders from her Walton Street shop, has opened a pop-up store at 127 Sloane Street to showcase her new ready-to-wear collection, which brings an empowering femininity together with modest sophistication.

Catherine Prevost, 127 Sloane Street, SW1X 9AS

And storied British leathergoods brand Tanner Krolle has relaunched with a by-appointment boutique on Cadogan Place. Make a visit to discover why this was Gregory Peck’s go-to brand for luggage.

Tanner Krolle, 70 Cadogan Pl, SW1X 9AH