There is no one I know with such a defined sense of style as Trevor Pickett. A good friend and a valued client, he has already established his Burlington Gardens flagship as a destination for those that appreciate timeless elegance and style. Opened only in March, his emporium has a view on the world with far reaching views down Savile Row on one side and to the secret world of Albany on the other.
Downstairs, you enter the leather gallery and library. Once downstairs, Pickett’s signature leather luggage adorns the walls and in the leather library sumptuous samples hang ready for you to create your bespoke masterpiece.
It was no surprise then, when organizing Pickett’s ‘Christmas in July’ press days that almost every luxury title was keen to break down the door and see what beautiful accessories he had in his current collection.
Trevor’s hospitality is second to none and each day, breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea was laid out for everyone to enjoy. Small touches such as lavender shortbread from his friend Xa Tollemache’s stately home, Helmingham Hall added further stylish touches.
Shopping at Pickett is an experience. It is not an anonymous luxury brand owned by a large group. It is a small, thriving independently owned luxury goods company where careful thought is put into everything there by the owner.
Trevor’s creativeness comes from so many sources. A self-confessed flâneur, he consistently travels the world looking for inspiration from places, architecture, music and art.
Many brands fly the British flag, yet make abroad. All Pickett accessories are made in the UK, where possible. Trevor has become famed for so many things. Firstly, his sense of humour and joie de vivre followed by his passion for quality and style that radiates from everything he sells. His briefcases, backgammon sets, pashminas and fur stoles are just a handful of the items that have become treasured favorites among the town and country set.
We were honored to welcome press from titles such as Vogue, Tatler, the FT How to Spend It, The Field, the Times, Style Reins, Riddle and House and Garden to name but a few.
The Queen of Mayfair; long may Pickett reign.