The Other/Shop's original incarnation was B store – London's quietest fashion success story of the noughties. Originally set up as a shoe retailer, with a shop on Conduit Street, B store quickly outgrew its first home in 2006 and moved to Savile Row and then to a flagship Carnaby outpost. In the summer of 2012, the shop's co-founders Matthew Murphy and Kirk Beattie shut up shop and re-opened with a whole new concept and name. Five years later and its incarnation as Other/Shop moved to Berwick Street where the new boutique currently stands. With a subtle industrial look, highlighter-yellow tiles and use of mixed materials to cover the walls – from exposed brick to reams of fabric, it's all here – this store is as impressive as its original. Now a major retail player in London, Other sells wearable clothes for men and women, but always with a creative twist. This applies to both its own range (which makes up 70 per cent of the store's stock) and guest labels including Peter Jensen and Christophe Lemaire.
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