For over 30 years, Trevor Pickett has been the stalwart of the Burlington Arcade, on London’s iconic Piccadilly. But now comes a new and exciting era for Pickett, as he completes the relocation of his esteemed luxury brand and settles into his new home at Burlington Gardens.
The new store is located at 10-12 Burlington Gardens and the renovation is now complete. It facilitates the ever-expanding Pickett collection of British hand crafted leather goods.
Pickett’s shoppers are becoming increasingly international, so this new location near Bond Street and Savile Row will provide greater visibility and accessibility for all.
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Trevor explains, “We have enjoyed incredible growth over the last few years and have been waiting for the right location. Whilst we are sad to have left Burlington Arcade, this move has provided a new foundation on which to build for the future.”
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The paint is barely dry, but already the shop is brimming with loyal customers and plenty of new faces, eager to see how Trevor has transformed his new space. Trevor and his team have worked tirelessly, breathing life into the building in the form of fine luxury leather accessories, art and antiques.
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Situated in the iconic and historic Albany area, the new location shares Pickett’s ethos of celebrating English heritage and culture. These prestigious flats, or sets,were once home to such eminent names as the poet Lord Byron, J.B. Priestley, Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, Pauline de Rothschild and Greta Garbo, as well as other numerous members of the aristocracy.
For any customer that steps inside each of the Pickett stores, a unique and private bespoke service is there for the taking. This distinctive service will continue to impress admirers of Pickett, in the Burlington Gardens store.
Pickett (10-12 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3EY)