We are excited to be opening this Friday 31st January, on Calvert Avenue in Shoreditch.Calvert Avenue is tucked between Shoreditch High Street & Arnold Circus, home to a number of small independent cafes and shops. Nearby you'll find the shopping areas of Redchurch Street, Box Park and Spitalfields Markets.Next door to our Pop Up is the lovely Paper & Cup Cafe, a not-for-profit social enterprise created by the Spitalfields Crypt Trust. We hope to see you in the shop, which will be open from this Friday until the 9th February.(Closed Mondays & Tuesdays)16c Calvert AvenueShoreditchLondonE2 7JP
We were meant to do a Studio Photoshoot early April, in order to get all the images done for our website, however in lockdown there's no model, no photographer and no studio. So, we've had to improvise and create all of the above at home. The spare bedroom becomes a studio, my partner the photographer and myself the rather dodgy model.Unfortunately the full range has still not been delivered, as there are delays all along the supply chain, due to the current global situation.
It doesn’t feel right posting about new ranges or encouraging people to buy clothes at the moment. So for the next few weeks posts will be general interest stories instead to keep you entertained during lock down.To start here’s a bit of background to the brand. Centre Front was created 2 years ago by myself, John (in the photo). I have worked in menswear buying for almost 20 years & a large chunk of that was at asos.com.Centre Front was created, as I felt there is a big gap between ‘high street’ cheap fast fashion & cool premium men’s brands,...