Strathberry hosts luxury shirt brand pop-up at their Edinburgh shop and headquarters

It’ll be a showcase of both of their colllections
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WNU boyfriend shirt with Strathberry bag

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From Thursday April 4 until Sunday April 7, there’s something other than luxury bags available at Strathberry’s 3 Multrees Walk shop and their 34 Melville Street townhouse.

You can also shop for shirts, as they’re hosting pop-ups from label, WNU (With Nothing Underneath), which was founded by Devon-based designer Pip Durell and has a flagship store in London.

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“We’re thrilled to host the wonderful team at WNU,” says Strathberry founder, Leeanne Hundleby. “There’s a great synergy with our brands and we are aligned in our shared passion for creating beautifully designed products made to last. Working closely with Pip and her fabulous team has been a delight, and we’re excited to join forces and offer something very special to our Scottish customers with this partnership”.

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Boyfriend shirt with red stripe

This seven-year-old womenswear brand was inspired by men’s tailoring, to create shirts that are reminiscent of ones worn by insouciant fashion icons including Jane Birkin and Charlotte Rampling.

Their Spring 2024 collection, with prices starting from £95, includes versions in blue linen, white denim and sustainable fabric, Tencel, with stripes in Forest Green, Maple Red, Powder Blue and other shades.

Over the weekend, they’ll be sharing their collections and holding a gratis founder’s brunch at the shop on Saturday April 6 from 10am until 1pm. Just pop in anytime to take advantage of their styling advice. There will also be a shirt monogramming service with free shipping, plus customers can get 15 per cent off bag or shirt instore purchases over the weekend.



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