Portobello pop up

Silky smooth basics for women are coming to a pop up in Portobello next week. The clothes are made in the UK from cotton mixed with modal, made from wood pulp, which makes them soft and comfy. The brainchild of Isobel Ridley who used to develop collection and work on the website for Burberry, and started Lavender Hill Clothing just 18 months ago. The clothes are all the same everyday core pieces with different length sleeves and different necklines. “It’s all about good quality clothing at an affordable price and transparency about where everything comes from,” says Ridley. Selling online means she can keep the prices down but she does pop up shops too so people can try things on and feel the quality. Prices for the tops are £32 – £38. Ridley will also be selling a Scottish scarf collection which cost from £50. Sounds great. 201 Portobello Road, opposite Jack Wills and one shop in from the corner. lavenderhillclothing

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