SAMPLE Spring 19 – The Sustainable Issue
SAMPLE Magazine: The Sustainable Issue is out next week! Look out for our team at Brighton train station.
The Neutral Store – Sustainable Lifestyle & Homeware
Back by popular demand, The Neutral Store return for a spring special with new hand-picked pieces sourced from places such as Marrakech. Showcasing their carefully-curated collection including recycled mouth-blown glasses and vintage wool rugs handmade by Berber women in the Atlas Mountains - don't miss the chance to shop this sustainable homeware brand.
Zolar Amour Stitch & Bitch Workshop
Zolar Amour is kicking off Fashion Revolution week with a Stitch & Bitch: chill-out and repair your favourite items workshops. Hosted at 11 Dukes Lane.
The Revival Collective – Presents Fashion Revolution Week
Founded by Hermoine and Harriet in 2017, The Revival Collective are working to change attitudes towards the way we produce and consume - from fashion to lifestyle choices. 'We want to bring the Fashion Revolution to Brighton - showing that choosing ethical and sustainable fashion is a lot more accessible than people think and doesn't mean compromising on style!' Workshops to be announced. Find at 23 Dukes Lane.
City Girl Network Presents Trash Talks
Trash Talks is a conversation about rubbish. Hosted by the City Girl Network, they'll be discussing ways in which the fashion industry and us as consumers can reduce our waste and packaging footprint.
BouSham Return for Artists Open House
The BouSham collaboration is landing at Dukes Lane for Artists Open House. Local jewellery designer Clair Boubli and professional artist Shyama Ruffel have curated 12 ethically-minded artists and makers to showcase work reflecting our ecological ideal.
A Taste of Brighton Found at Holly’s Kitchen
This month's 'Meet the Street' we're talking to Holly’s Kitchen; the Lane's family-run café which has been going strong for four years, and which Holly herself best describes as mixing tradition with modern....
Thank you for Choosing Love!
For this year's Christmas fundraiser, Dukes Lane launched Brighton's first Help Refugees charity pop-up shop! You Brightonian's are certainly a generous bunch and helped us raise over £5,000 of funds and essential refugee items in just 4 days!
Thread: The Fabric of Brighton
Thread opened their doors in November 2013, with the mission to introduce Brighton to new and exciting brands.
We went behind the scenes to find out more about Chris, who founded Thread with his brother Mark, and Gwilym, Thread’s store ma...
CHEERS TO A STRESS-FREE FESTIVE SEASON
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas… and this season Dukes Lane is host to an exciting line-up of back-to-back festive pop-up shops and Christmas boutique specials.
Whether you’re searching for the perfect gifts for your loved...
Timeless Fashion Found at Farah
This month's 'Meet the Street', we sat down with Mani, manager of Dukes Lane’s Farah, who gave us the rundown on the latest Autumn trends and why he loves the brand....