Luxury leather goods and accessories business Pickett relocated to Albany in Burlington Gardens just over a year ago. The store embodies polished elegance accented with antique and modern furniture as well as artwork reflecting the Pickett product: traditional with a twist that has longevity. Pickett’s reputation is consistent across the product using the finest leathers, cashmere and suede. The final phase is now complete, with a space for Pickett to entertain and have events with other brands, or offer the space for third parties to use for private events.
Please see the upcoming trunk show below for your diary. All product available for purchase during store hours:
10-12 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3EY
About Queensbury House
Queensbury House is the inspired theme of the room and is a nod to the simple elegance of the 18th century. 7 Burlington Gardens was built in 1721–23 to designs by the Italian architect Giacomo Leoni. It was first occupied by the Duke of Queensberry, and the poet John Gay also lived there. It was originally known as Queensberry House, but became Uxbridge House after the Earl of Uxbridge bought it in 1785. It later became home to the Marquess of Anglesey, the Bank of England and the Royal Bank of Scotland. When it was a bank, the building had a marble banking hall with magnificent William Kent consul tables and it is this simplicity, elegance and grandeur which has inspired the redecoration of the room in the basement.
For further information on hiring the Queensbury Room exclusively or explore working with Pickett on a joint events, please contact email@example.com or call 02031379078.