This year luxury leather goods brand Pickett celebrates its 30-year anniversary. With a shop in both Burlington Gardens and on Sloane Street, Pickett offers an unsurpassable service in its inviting emporium. It’s a voyage of discovery as the store is a collection of rooms, each revealing product in specific areas to showcase the feel of home, complimented with eclectic furniture and art.
Pickett remains the last bastion of luxury English goods, representing an authentic artisanal offering since 1988. Being quintessentially English with a sense of the whimsical and eccentric, the shop retains a unique experience which is so much of the brand’s success and individuality.
Trevor Pickett began his work in luxury retail at a leather company in the Burlington Arcade at the age of 16. After eight short years Trevor bought the business, renaming it to his surname, Pickett. Inspired by the likes of Georgina von Etzdorf, textile designers who bought a sense of colour into design and a new way of using it, Pickett strives to achieve exceptional quality and unique design thanks to their longevity of knowledge of products and customers. With over three decades of experience within the industry, Trevor and his team have developed the brand into one now known for exquisite gifts. Expanding beyond leather, Pickett also offers pashminas, gloves, jewelry and Kilim slippers.
In celebration of 30 years of Pickett, the anniversary year sees a new bespoke collection released in Burgundy – the strongest selling colour in the mid-eighties – in a wide variety luxury leathers, with a retrospective of Pickett classics that have been reincarnated with today’s consumers’ needs considered.
Following a successful exclusive collection preview at the Burlington Gardens store, with attendance from publications such as IN London, Country & Town House, Financial Times: How to Spend it, Riddle, House & Garden, Mayfair Curated and more, Pickett showcased the limited edition and bespoke pieces resulting in tier one coverage.