November 12, 2018
We are thrilled that the Dezeen interiors reporter Natasha Levy has featured Tracey Neuls in her selection of the stores with the most striking fit-outs in Thomas Heatherwick's Coal Drops Yard shopping centre in London's King's Cross.
Read the full article here.
"Tracey Neuls by Tracey Neuls and Karl Humphreys
Boots, heels and brogues dangle from neon pink strings inside footwear designer Tracey Neuls' store, offering a bright contrast against the dark concrete floors and blackened metal columns that date back to the 19th-century.
At the shop's rear is a series of vintage library shelves that have been repurposed to serve as storage for excess stock. Canvas-bound books have then been affixed to the peripheral walls to display the men's shoes."
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April 22, 2021
Happy Earth Day
We believe a well thought out shoe, made with materials that are carefully considered and topped off by passion is an honest contribution to Earth Day. Less consumption, more collections.
April 18, 2021
'Curtain Twitching' at Gazelli Art house Mayfair, London is one of many exhibitions displaying work responding to worldwide lockdown conditions. Featuring four artists from divergent backgrounds and sensibilities the exhibition explores themes such as intrigue into the lives of others, identity, and paranoia. On until April 24th, 39 Dover St. London W1S 4NN