Folk

Folk

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11 Dray Walk, London, England E1 6QL, United Kingdom

"The details are not the details, they are the design." This quote from Charles Eames has largely influenced Folk founder Cathal McAteer, who transforms predictable clothing into playful, stylish designs elevated by wonderfully quirky details and fine fabrics from across the globe. The second of three standalone Folk stores in London, this Brick Lane branch is a clean, inviting space featuring pristine white walls, funky marble sculptures and vintage gym horses used to display an ever-changing selection of men's and women's designs. Patrons adore the shop's soft chunky sweaters, slouchy cardigans, colorful patterned button-ups, comfy khakis and vibrant tees.

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