The Alex Eagle Studio is a unique retail experience showcasing an edit of high-end fashion, accessories, art, design, homeware, beauty and photography from around the globe, in surroundings conceived to recreate the intimacy of a home.
A respite from the world of fast-fashion, the studio champions timeless pieces in fashion, art and design. Fashion brands include Rosetta Getty, Blazé Milano, Lemaire, Vilshenko, Pallas, Vita Kin and Alex Eagle’s eponymous fashion line of luxury staples as well as her ongoing collaborations with specialist artisan producers such as tailor New & Lingwood; bespoke customised Rolex and Cartier watches by MAD; jewellery from Fernando Jorge, Charlotte Chesnais, Rosa de La Cruz, Sophie Buhai and hand-selected antique pieces by Catherine Noll, Herve Van Der Straten and Gucci; along with murano glasses by Giberto Venezia and exclusive gold crush ceramics by Romy Northover. Special edition books and original furniture by designers such as Ettore Sottsass sit alongside work by photographers Irving Penn, David Sims, Helmut Newton and David Bailey and limited edition vinyls by Martin Creed and Dinos Chapman, courtesy of The Vinyl Factory.
Alex Eagle opened the doors to 91 Walton Street in December 2014, a townhouse in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge. In April 2016 the studio moved to Lexington Street in Soho, an expansive, light-filled space that is a step away from the shop front model of the past towards a new type of retail experience. Alongside an eclectic edit of fashion, Alex Eagle own brand, art, furniture and unique curiosities, Lexington Street houses the Alex Eagle studio and showroom, and operates as an event and gallery space. The result is an invigorating creative hub, a new destination to hang out and be inspired.
Alex Eagle Studio
6-10 Lexington Street
London W1F 0LB
Sunday by appointment
Alex Eagle is driven by a fascination for timeless objects and fashion that eschews trends, rather focusing on provenance and expertly crafted design. Honed by a career spanning magazines and fashion PR, Eagle’s eye and passion for original and masterfully made items has created the distinctive ethos of the Alex Eagle Studio. Combining elements of a gallery and retail experience, the space was conceived as an intimate and domestic setting to allow shoppers to wander and be inspired by a curated edit of the best fashion, furniture, art, design, photography, ceramics, rare books and other unique curiosities.
A desire for beautifully made things designed to last inspired Alex to launch an eponymous capsule collection of seasonless, timeless garments that work as their own luxurious uniform or in harmony with an existing wardrobe. The menswear-inspired line has borne a series of collaborations with specialist artisans and designers, such as luggage maker Swaine Adeney Brigg and Jermyn Street tailor New & Lingwood.
In addition, Eagle is the creative director of The Store x Soho House Berlin, a 30,000 square foot retail and concept work space she conceived to express a comprehensive lifestyle experience. The flagship launched in Berlin in January 2015 in collaboration with Soho House, and in October 2016 a second space, The Store x Soho Farmhouse, opened in the Cotswolds.