Concrete Wardrobe

Concrete Wardrobe
50a Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3SA
  • Telephone 0131 558 7130
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Concrete Wardrobe has a solid reputation for innovative collections and designs covering the worlds of fashion, textiles and furniture. It's an eclectic mix, including high quality knitted clothing, woven scarves, bags and purses from local designers. A range of interesting antiques from the 20th Century Antiques section (with pieces from the 1920s to the 1970s) complements glassware and soft furnishings and includes design names to excite from Britain, Scandinavia and America - think Eames and Panton.

Set up by designers Fiona Mackintosh and James Donald in 2001, Concrete Wardrobe stocks an eclectic mix of contemporary local, national and international design. Not just accessories and clothing, but a wide range of glassware, ceramics and soft furnishings by Edinburgh designers Roobedo, Tessuti, Pickone and Blue Marmalade, to name but a few.

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Independent shopping guide: Homewares

24 Mar 2011

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The Scottish clothes designers making a name for themselves

16 Feb 2011

Jonathan Saunders, Christopher Kane, Deryck Walker and Holly Fulton

Scotland has always been at the head of cutting-edge design – and today's selection is just as good

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