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Hattie Lloyd 24/01/19

The Weave Project

The Weave Project | Interactive Art Installation

Last year, designer Anya Hindmarch brought a giant cloud to London.

It went down a storm.

So it’s unsurprising that she’s back with another oversized installation for London Fashion Week this February. Having set up in the ridiculously ornate Banqueting House last year, she’s taking the next natural step and setting up shop (quite literally, alongside a café and the installation) inside the brutalist Brewer Street car park in Soho.

And what she’s putting inside it can only be described as a giant, woven tunnel that you’re invited to crawl around.

Several feet high and constantly oscillating (read: extremely wobbly), it’s been created by artist collective Numen/For Use in response to the new woven handbag she’s launching during Fashion Week. Upon arrival, you’ll be invited to ditch your shoes and bags, and you’ll have thirty minutes free rein over the structure…

…after which, you’ll probably be left with tunnel vision.


NOTE: The Weave Project will be set up in Soho’s Brewer Street Car Park from 16th-19th February. Tickets cost £10 for a 30 minute romp around the installation, and can be booked HERE.

The Weave Project | Brewer Street Car Park, 32 Brewer Street, W1F 0LA

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The Weave Project

Brewer Street Car Park, 32 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 0LA