THE PHILLIPA LEPLEY CONSERVATORY
‘The Conservatory’ by Phillipa Lepley is a brand new space that has now opened adjacent to the Phillipa Lepley shop in London’s Chelsea. Located in the iconic Victorian glass conservatory at 46 Fulham Road, it houses a small number of exquisite couture pieces on display in a large, spacious fittings area.
Next door in the Phillipa Lepley shop is the designer’s larger, expanded collection of incredibly embellished wedding dresses and a new evening-wear collection launching in December 2021.
The Conservatory provides the required additional space for the designer’s team to continue to attend to a growing number of international clients looking for RTW and couture gowns.
Clients attending an appointment at ‘The Conservatory’ will experience the most special couture service, in a luxurious, serene space. A sharp contrast to any other regular retail experience, this is the ultimate destination where creating a bespoke dress begins. Encapsulating the true experience of a traditional atelier, The Conservatory is where Phillipa’s expert, highly-skilled, trained team design custom works of art with their clients. Phillipa herself will regularly be seen happily sketching there too…
Phillipa, who passionately oversaw the interior design of The Conservatory herself, says, ‘We set out to create an incredibly calm, peaceful, extraordinary space, which really is a unique setting for clients to see the collections and discover more about our bespoke service. There are lots of whites and natural wood patinas with vintage chandeliers and specially sourced antiques, an abundance of mirrors and plenty of glass and light.’
‘We pride ourselves in providing clients with the most genuine, unforgettable, inspirational, beautiful experience from their first appointment through to the day they wear their pieces. The Conservatory allows us to give each bride yet more space and more time to discover their wedding day or special occasion look during an exclusive, private appointment. I am so excited to welcome you in to our new conservatory.’