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Artisan Chelsea

Fashion, printing, jewellery, leatherwork, embroidery and embellishment: meet Chelsea’s artisan craftspeople. London’s original artists’ quarter of the 19th century and centre of the Arts & Crafts movement, Chelsea today is at the vanguard of contemporary technique and flourishes as a neighbourhood rich in creativity and artisanal making.

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The Mills Fabrica

The Mills Fabrica is set to become a vibrant player, advancing regenerative solutions for generations to come in the heart of London.

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Pimlico Road Series

The Pimlico Road Design District in Belgravia presents the 7th annual Pimlico Road Series for London Craft Week 2022.

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Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard joins London Craft Week for the third time, presenting a programme of workshops, installations and experiences celebrating making and materials, from the truly traditional to the exuberantly innovative.

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St James's London & Rémy Martin

St James’s is one of a kind and its collection of beautiful independent shops and high-end brands continues to attract a discerning crowd. Since 1724, the House of Rémy Martin has produced premium spirits that consistently appeal to the world’s most discerning connoisseurs. Together, St James's and Rémy Martin present a series of events celebrating savoir faire.

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Country Pavilion: Malaysia

In the Malay language, 'Tenun' translates literally to the act of weaving. The 300-year-old craft of silk weaving originates in Pahang, Her Majesty Queen Azizah of Malaysia’s royal seat and the most expansive state of the Malayan Peninsular. It is here the skill of weaving was first introduced by a Bugis migrant.

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Country Pavilion: Norway

PYTON is a multidisciplinary exhibition platform and artist group in Oslo showcasing historic and contemporary Norwegian craft, art and design that are pioneering within their field. For London Craft Week 2022, by invitation of Norwegian Crafts, Richard Øiestad and Are Blytt from the PYTON team curate an exhibition in Gallery 5 at Cromwell Place. The gallery space is divided into several room typologies as a nod to the apartment it once was, using this as a catalytic idea for creating a stage for Norwegian art and design from the 20th century to the ultra-contemporary.

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Delvaux

Founded in Brussels in 1829, Delvaux is the oldest fine leather luxury goods house in history and has been active without interruption ever since. Delvaux is the inventor of the modern handbag, having filed the first-ever leather handbag patent in 1908.

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Serapian

In the world of leather goods, the name Serapian is synonymous with excellence in craftsmanship and elegant Milanese design. The Maison was founded in 1928 by Stefano Serapian and since then, Serapian’s creations for both men and women have attracted a loyal following of discerning connoisseurs. Entirely crafted in Italy from the most noble leathers and materials, Serapian stands out with its iconic Mosaico craft, refined tonal palette and soft geometric shapes.

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dunhill

Driven by innovation and style, dunhill is a British luxury menswear House founded in 1893 by Alfred Dunhill in London. Today, dunhill maintains the values of creativity and craftsmanship, with a complete offering for men that includes ready-to-wear and accessories alongside The White Spot, a division that creates some of the finest pipes available today.