Post, 8 March 2023
From empowering workshops and gifts with purchase to spotlights on brands with women at the helm, here’s how the King’s Road is celebrating International Women’s Day on 8 March.
Duck & Dry
Book yourself an iconic Duck & Dry blow-dry and you’ll receive a complimentary Zooki Vitamin D sachet with every blow-dry from 8-22 March.
335-337 King’s Road, London SW3 5ES | Book here
There are double celebrations to be had at GANNI as IWD falls in line with their brand-new collection (take a look here). Enjoy a small surprise and delight for those with your purchase on the 8 March and complimentary bouquet of springtime tulips.
94 King’s Road, London SW3 4TZ | Shop here
Attend the ‘Learn how to have conversations workshop’ with Modelme at the King’s Road Allbirds store on 9 March – details on how to book your space here.
54 King’s Road, London SW2 4UD | Shop here
Brunching or simply grabbing a coffee to go, Vardo are serving coffee produced by female farmers all week. And if you have managed to bag a table, we love the Toasted Brioche with lemon cured cream cheese. (Enjoy 10% off with the King’s Road Privilege Card)
9 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY | Book here
Founded by Jane Wurwand, described as ‘The woman who started a cult’, Dermalogica are proudly hosting an all-day shopping event in-store on 8 March. Enjoy refreshments throughout, a gift with purchase when you buy any three products and receive complimentary face mapping consultations.
37 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY | Shop here
Hosting an exclusive event in-store, expect an express workout, new FaceGym FacePhysio Booster, a 30-min facial workout masterclass and a 45-minute yoga session with Sarah Drai. There will be two sessions at 9.30am and 1.30pm on 8 March, tickets are £60 including a goody bag, press juices and 20% off products.
352 King’s Road, London SW3 5UU
From 3 March – 1 April, Anthropologie is hosting its latest pop-up with Olivia Morris At Home, a showcase of the female-led small business of their SS23 collection, including kaftans handmade from linens, pochette’s handmade from vintage silks and quilted bedspreads
131-141 King’s Road, London SW3 5XR | Shop here
Between 6th March – 5th April, 25% of sales from their Keshi Pearl Cocktail Stud Earrings will be donated to Women for Women International in honour of International Women’s Day. Monica, not only a female founder herself has also been been long term partners with Women for Women International and is an ambassador for the charity.
71-72 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY | Shop here
Female founders in the spotlight
Founded in the London living rooms of best friends, Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloksey, RIXO has began life on the King’s Road as a pop-up. Today we are eagerly awaiting the opening of the House of RIXO, their UK flagship which will be home to their ready-to-wear, alterations, bridal, RIXO coffee and more!
54 King’s Road (soon to be 114 King’s Road, London SW3 4TX) | Shop here
Alongside its female founder, Daniella herself, the store is proudly run by a close-knit family of women, Daniella, Della and Holly. Browse the stunning collection of one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces. (Enjoy 10% off in store with the King’s Road Privilege Card)
188A King’s Road, London SW3 5XP | Shop here
Peggy Porschen is living proof that following your childhood dreams can lead to success. Peggy knew that she wanted to become a cake designer and today, she is the proud owner of the unique cake boutique with a signature pink parlour located on the King’s Road.
219 King’s Road, London SW3 5EJ | Book here
Image credit – annoushka.com
Founder, Director and Queen of Charms, Annoushka Ducas has an incredible design career and is the woman at the helm of the jewellery brand Annoushka. Visit the boutique to start your charm journey or expand your current collection.
41 Cadogan Gardens, London SW3 2TB | Shop here
Astrid & Miyu
Hailing from Seoul, Connie Lam founded Astrid & Miyu after struggling to find her go-to brand. Today, the brand provides stunning everyday pieces and in-store experiences such as piercings, welding, and engraving at their King’s Road store.
192 King’s Road, London SW3 5XP | Shop here
Oh My Cream
A new face to the King’s Road, the beauty concept-store was founded by Juliette Levy in 2013. The King’s Road store, being only their second in the UK, offers a comprehensive range of products with expert advice available in-store and a tranquil treatment space.
194 King’s Road, London SW3 5XP | Shop here
Image credit – @mzskinofficial
Dr Maryam Zamani is a global leading Aesthetic Doctor and Oculoplastic Surgeon, also known as the ‘eye doctor’. Explore the MZ Skin high-performance skincare range to achieve the ‘no foundation, foundation look’. (Receive 10% off products with the King’s Road Privilege Card)
110-112 King’s Road, London SW3 4TX | Shop here