Jakarta Fashion Pop-Up

Eastern fashion comes to the West as we invite some of Indonesia’s finest young designers to showcase their latest collections instore.

This month we are playing host to some of Indonesia's finest young designers as they showcase their latest collections in store.

A partnership with Jakarta Fashion Week, the Creative Economy Agency of Indonesia, the British Council and the Centre of Fashion Enterprise, Indonesia Fashion Forward aims to nurture a creative partnership between the UK and Indonesia

This partnership has been extended to the University of the Arts London, whose students have worked with our visual team to design and create custom windows for the occasion

Visit us to discover these bold and dynamic designs in our special Jakarta Fashion pop-up.

2nd Floor 18th April – 18th May


Established in 2012 by Toton Januar, TOTON is an exploration of Indonesian natural beauty and diverse culture through fashion. A modern, luxury label TOTON celebrates the nation’s heritage while reinterpreting and deconstructing its traditions, offering a unique take on womenswear.
Reworking techniques traditionally used for folk and ceremonial costumes, TOTON juxtaposes these elements with menswear-inspired cuts and silhouettes, and infuses classic styles with reinterpretations of ethnic garments.


Focusing on the contrast between high and low culture – elegance and street life – Sean & Sheila design edgy, romantic and intricate clothes, creating a modern identity for the modern woman.

Inspired by cultural differences, simple aesthetic forms and the vitality of life itself, Sean & Sheila’s collections use complex patternmaking along with hand-made embellishments to bridge the innate qualities of East and West.


Known for her clean, innovative technique of fabric cut and construction, Peggy Hartanto established her eponymous label in 2011. With a strong aesthetic concept, Peggy Hartanto formulates designs that exude sensuality in the most tasteful manner. With collections of feminine yet directional pieces, Peggy’s signature cut-out dresses and geometric-cut separates have won the hearts of women everywhere, from Jakarta’s style set to Hollywood starlets.


Launched in 2011 by husband and wife team Ari and Sari Seputra, along with two young designers Inneke Margarethe and Ambar Pratiwi, Makor Minor’s ready-to-wear collection oscillates between clean-cut geometric pieces and colourful quirky prints.
With an urban sensibility, Major Minor’s designs stand out among other labels, having garnered international attention in Paris, Tokyo, Singapore and now the United Kingdom.


Redefining timeless pieces through the appreciation of femininity and the discreet beauty of nature, Byvelvet showcases relaxed, longer silhouettes that are the epitome of a more mature and elegant style. Using fine materials, Byvelvet has created a collection of thoughtfully designed clothes that embody the ideal of modern dressing for women everywhere.

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