London-based vintage designer fashion treasure trove, Modes and More in Pimlico, is celebrating a move into contemporary new premises.
Remaining in Central London SW1, the new store is located at 48a Moreton Street (a few doors down from the former premises) and now occupies an additional storage unit, meaning that 95% of stock can be photographed and made available online via www.modesandmore.com
To celebrate the opening, Modes and More will be holding a pre-Christmas sale, offering 20% off everything.
The move follows several exciting achievements by the store, including working with Keith Madden, a famous costumier in the film world, and selling exclusive items via the Rixo pop-up.
High profile celebrity stylist interest continues, with Holly Willoughby of ITV’s This Morning wearing Modes & More’s red skirt in the Diet Coke Christmas advert.
Based in Pimlico, Modes and More is owned by vintage fashion expert, Susie Nelson, and sells garments and accessories ranging from the 1920’s through to the 1990’s from designers such as Chanel, Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent. Customers range from designers, to celebrities and the fashion conscious.