Dezeen Magazine | Tracey Neuls Coal Drops Yard Feature
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.
Architecture Review of Thomas Heatherwick's Coal Drops Yard
Read architecture critic Rowan Moore's write up in The Guardian of the Heatherwick Studio designed Coal Drops Yard; the distinctive new shopping quarter now open at Kings Cross.
Celebrating with Ui
We've had an incredibly special evening opening our new store in Coal Drops Yard, celebrating with the most unique cheers thanks to Ui - the most original drink we've had a chance to try. Like a flower in full bloom, the unique drinking experience made us feel the beautiful, fleeting moment.
Tracey Neuls Coal Drops Yard
Coal Drops Yard
Monday to Saturday 10am – 8pm
Sunday 12pm – 7pm
King's Cross (Northern, Victoria, Hammersmith & City, District, Piccadilly and mainline services) is a 8 minute walk
Coal Drops Yard | Tracey Neuls
Coal Drops Yard is officially open! Blending the old with the new in a carefully curated mix of stores including the new Tracey Neuls, this destination 'mall' includes beauty, designer fashion, restaurants and more. Fashion Network have featured it here, do come by to see us!
Tracey Neuls in How To Spend It | Coal Drops Yard
How To Spend It by Financial Times spoke to Tracey about her creative direction ahead of the new store opening in Coal Drops Yard, King's Cross. Definitely go ahead and have a read to find out about all the exciting details we have prepared!
The store is open from today on! The opening party is on November 1st and you can RSVP here.
New Tracey Neuls Boutique Opening in Coal Drops Yard
It has been over a year of planning, making and preparing for this next venture. Now that deserves a week's sleep or a party! Always appreciating your support, your stories, your warmth, we would like to invite you to celebrate this very exciting next chapter with us.
Coal Drops Yard in The Evening Standard
"The name of the swanky new development is an ode to the area's former use, which involved handling the eight million tonnes of coal delivered to London in the 1850s. The regenerated zone incorporates the surviving structures and ironworks of the original Victorian coal drops."
The Evening Standard is getting everyone ready for our opening day on October 26th - find out what to get excited for in the enormous space!
The Space So Far...
Getting there....getting there! On site, choosing some details for our new boutique in King's Cross Coal Drops Yard.
Tracey Neuls Launches New Shop in Coal Drops Yard Kings Cross
Formulaic shopping is shunned at the latest retail / gallery space from Footwear Designer Tracey Neuls. Coal Drops Yard, once utilitarian Victorian warehouse, once legendary night club will reinvent itself in historic fashion by becoming the new house of the best kept secret in footwear.