Fashion Pop-up at HARI’s Salon, Kings Road Chelsea

HARI’s Salon played host to an eclectic mix of designers in a post London Fashion Week Pop-up at their Kings Road branch this week. We went along to view the eleven collections which showcased everything from edgy, ethical design to bespoke hand-printed garments.

From high-waisted denims by Freddies of Pinewood to quirky t-shirts by Simeon Farrar, there was something for everyone. Set in Chelsea’s most iconic hair institution, with two salons in the area, HARI’s Salon is also the exclusive home of Sophy Robson Nails. On the night, every new customer received a goody-bag with a £25 Hari’s gift voucher and a complimentary Sophy Robson Pinky nail design.

The evening was sponsored by Sunset Rum. HARI’s bar was open on the night, serving Sunset Rum cocktails amongst others. Guests enjoyed complimentary drinks and were served delicious cake pops and cupcakes by Cake Doggy Dog.

Whilst tasting the various canapes, guests browsed featured designers which included: Simeon Farrar, Kyle Hopkins, Didi Colley, Sara Gunn, Sara C, RuffleRuffle, Mercy Delta, Kate Benjamin, Freddies of Pinewood, Brandts Jewellery and Old Ladies Rebellion.

HARI’s core philosophy is to nurture and develop raw talent, which is reflected throughout the brand. Event organizer and brand engineer Anisa Topan said:

“This is our first pop-up in the area and we are very excited to be hosting it at Hari’s Salon. The evening has been a huge success and this will hopefully be the first of many.”

For more information about HARIS’s Salon | 233 King’s Road, London, SW3 5EJ | please visit

Rachael Grace Kay (Senior Editor)

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