Terry de Havilland pop-up shop

Blow Out (and about) // The Terry de Havilland pop-up shop AKA the Rock ‘n’ Roll Cobbler is BACK!

What: Cobblers to Carnaby St! – Terry de Havilland pop-up shop
When: Now until mid-July 2013
Where: 8 Ganton Street, London, W1F 7QP
Getting there: Nearest tube – Oxford Circus

Terry de Havilland pop up shop exterior

Terry de Havilland, rock ‘n’ roll cobbler and all round Le Blow fave is back in town. Like, LIDERALLY.

With a pop-up shop off Carnaby Street in the Newburgh Quarter, it’s the first time Terry has owned a shop since he (sadly) closed the doors to his renowned Cobblers to the World shop in 1979:

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.

Terry and Liz de Havilland outside the Carnaby Street pop up shop

Terry de Havilland shop assistants

Shoes for sale will include designs covering de Havilland’s six-decade-long career, from signature styles like the Margaux (my personal fave), through to pointy Winkle Pickers, blingin’ Brothel Creepers, psychedelic platform wedges and sexy spring-o-lator stilletos. WANT. THEM. ALL.

The interior is inspired by the silver décor of Andy Warhol’s New York factory by Harper Downie architect Graham Erickson.

Kate Moss at Terry de Havilland pop up shop

With the orig Primrose Hill set – Kate Moss, Sadie Frost and Noel Gallagher – reuniting for the glitzy store opening last week, seems the rock ‘n’ roll cobbler is already living up to his rep. Here’s hoping this pop-up shop becomes a permanent one…

Hot foot it (oof) to Cobblers to Carnaby St! or visit tdhcouture.com for more info.

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