Village Bicycle is the latest boutique to open its doors in Notting Hill. The shop, created by London socialite Willa Keswick, is set to offer a brand new shopping experience in the area with its 1960s inspired feel and aims to “bring a younger vibe and fresher audience.”
Felder Felder, Todd Lynn and Bodyamr are just some of the vintage clothing lines Village Bicycle are offering. And to help enhance the contemporary vibe, Radio 1's Rob Da Bank has chosen the music playlist for the store. There's also a 'Wonder Wall,' a wall of boxes containing toys and jewellery flashing neon lights.
As for the prices, Village Bicycle are offering items between £2 to £2000 meaning there's something for everyone - “allowing fashion and style to be more accessible.”
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Village Bicycle opens on Friday 27 May.