If you’ve not visited Maison Triumph yet, you really should. The creative pop up is organised by Triumph Lingerie to support the brand’s Women in Making campaign. It is offering a number of free workshops and activities to the public, including the chance to learn a new skill and the opportunity for a bra fitting with a glass of champagne.
Maison Triumph opened its doors in Seven Dials, London, in the middle of September and runs until early next year. It is hosting the Makers’ Collective, fronted by four inspiring creative women: singer Paloma Faith, food writer and chef Gizzi Erskine, fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic, and stylist and presenter Grace Woodward.
The Makers’ Collective features an ongoing programme of installations, events, talks and workshops which are open to the public and free to attend. The workshops offer a chance to learn a skill from an expert, such as illustration, chocolate making and jewellery design, and there are plenty of opportunities to watch creative talent at work and learn more about the creative arts.
The four figureheads of the Makers’ Collective are also mentoring the women chosen by Triumph as part of its Women in Making campaign as they work to launch their own businesses, which range from furniture design to mosaic art. These women have all been given retail and work space at Maison Triumph and their work is available to view and buy.
And there are plenty of other fun things to get involved in, such as shopping evenings, lingerie showcases, bra fittings and the chance to customise lingerie and nightwear.
Check Triumph’s Facebook page for updates about what’s on, or pop in for a free drink after work on a Friday. Maison Triumph is at 57/59 Monmouth St, 7 Dials, London WC2H.