Read architecture critic Rowan Moore's write up of the Heatherwick Studio designed Coal Drops Yard; the distinctive new shopping quarter now open at Kings Cross. Tracey Neuls is one of a number of distinctive brands to feature in the carefully curated space, that all seem to have been chosen for their design integrity. The historic arches of what was once a 19th Century coal storage unit, have been bought back to life in this extensive renovation and are now proving a striking back drop for our latest collection, which we have showcased by suspending from the Victorian brick work, as if floating in mid-air, this unique display allows a complete 360 degree view of the shoes from toe to heel, and upper to sole.
"We have had a lot of fun in our East London shop, pushing the boundaries of retail, treating it like a gallery and hosting thought-provoking Artist Collaborations and creating our most recent Mise en Scene Shoe Bar. We've had a blast and thought leaving you on a funny note would make perfect sense. We look forward to serving you at our other Two Locations in London and of course Online.
Thanks for all your support, laughs and damn good fun - onwards and upwards!"
This year, the Viral ACBF will be a new online experience bringing you a lot of good surprises! We're really happy to be sharing the web live access with over 100 artists! For art lovers and curious spirits, you'll be able to find paintings, sculptures, photography & print edition, ceramics, collages, drawings and all sorts of weird and amazing artworks and of course SHOES.