Tyla hits up Shoreditch, Byredo’s new store opens & more this week

Tyla hits up Shoreditch, Byredo’s new store opens & more this week

by Robyn Pullen
7 min

This week might’ve started off pouring with rain, but now the sun is shining, the temperature’s rising, and it’s finally starting to feel like summer (touch wood). If, like us, you’re getting in the mood to stop hibernating and get out the house, check out our Around the World roundup for this week, featuring the must-attend events in fashion, music, and more.

Byredo reveals a new Monmouth Street store
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Byredo, the luxury brand known for its elevated range of fragrances, candles, and beauty products, has just opened the doors of its second London-based store, on Monmouth Street. You’ll find Byredo’s second store on the bustling, cobbled streets of London’s iconic retail and lifestyle destination, in the heart of Covent Garden. Its interior is as sleek, minimalistic, and elevated as the pre-existing store on Lexington Street, only differentiated by wooden counters which add a touch of warmth and by-folding doors which flood the space with light. Whether you’re in the market for an addictive new Spring scent; want to update and elevate your makeup routine; or just want to escape the chaos of the city in Byredo’s calming tonal interior, make sure to head to Monmouth Street this week.

Tyla is hitting up Shoreditch to meet-and-greet her London fans
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“Water” singer and trend-setter in the coinciding viral TikTok dance, Tyla is hitting up Shoreditch today to sign albums, do meet-and-greets, and offer tooth gems to her London-based fans. Known for her music’s blend of pop and African influences, Tyler has quickly risen to global stardom in the past couple of years, and just after the release of her self-titled debut album is appealing on Shoreditch High Street today (and for one day only, so get down there now). Find more info including timings and the address here.

Kiko Kostadinov hit up Tokyo for a new store opening 
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It’s kind of unbelievable that Kiko Kostadinov hasn’t had a permanent store up until this point, which is why its unveiling of a brick-and-mortar destination in Tokyo’s Shibuya District is so worth getting hyped about. Kiko Kostadinov’s first retail concept blends two separate components seamlessly. The first component, or “Outer Vessel,” is sleek and minimal, designed to symbolise a blank canvas, whereas the second component  will invite artists to create immersive installations that add to the retail experience. Stocking Kiko Kostadinov’s range of menswear, womenswear, bags, accessories, footwear, and special projects, this store is sure to become the burning heart of the brand and a must-visit destination for all Kiko lovers. 

Nia Archives hits up HERE at Outernet
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Nia Archives, the London-based record producer, DJ, singer, and songwriter known for her D&B meets jungle style, is hitting up HERE at Outernet this April 18th to celebrate the release of her much-anticipated debut album, ‘Silence is Loud.’ Presented by Rough Trade and AEG, the event will kick off to the sounds of Nia Archive’s vibey jungle beats, perfect for an early summer night out. Find tickets here.

District Unknown reveals an instalment at Venue MOT
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If you’re looking for a night out this April that’ll kick off the summer off right, District Unknown is the place to be. District Unknown is returning to Venue MOT this April for its first party of 2024 and its most international lineup yet. With a special guest (TBC) who’s known for their playful, hypnotic, and powerful sets, the event will also invite Tai Lokun and Yòp for a groove-filled night that won’t disappoint. As is always the case with District Unknown’s events, you should expect a night out with an element of the unknown. Hit up this link to get tickets. 

See the Alexander McQueen Dante Mask at Selfridges
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RESELFRIDGES – Selfridges’ destination in its Accessories Hall, showcasing the most sought after pre-owned accessories – is bringing the original Alexander McQueen Dante Mask to the store for customers to view, and even buy. Alongside the Dante Mask, first seen on the runway at AW96, a pair of Gucci handcuffs (of which there were only 25 sets ever made) will also be available to view and purchase in the Accessories Hall at Selfridges. If you’re interested in seeing, and potentially buying, a piece of fashion history hit up Selfridges’ RESELFRIDGES destination today.

Charli XCX’s BRAT TOUR is going global
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In case you missed it, Charli XCX just dropped her “BRAT 2024” tour locations and dates. Kicking off June 1st in Barcelona, the tour features a range of “LIVE” and “PARTYGIRL” events (no explanation on the difference has been provided yet) and has seven locations so far globally. Whilst the tour has already sold out we’re holding our breath for more dates (and locations) to be released. Watch this space.

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