Once a dark store bursting at the seams with jewellery from various designers, the space is now light and bright and, despite its tiny size, feels spacious. Now it holds the work of only one designer; Folk herself. White, gold and silver plates have been custom made for the space and cover the paint-chipped brick walls.
Folk’s partner Charlie Inglis, an architect (Inglis Archiects), designed the space with her. Custom cabinets were made with Folk’s corn chip handles to house her foodie jewels, which include everything from the original Pasta range to popcorn rings (Nibbles), corn chips on chunky chains (Nibbles), wish bone cufflinks, as well as crab claws and oyster pieces (Seafood) in gold and silver alongside the ever-popular Mexican friendship bracelets and a limited run taco clutch (Taqueria). /shop/pieces-eight)).
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