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  • 4.0 star rating
    23/5/2011
    4 check-ins
    Listed in Redchurch Street

    Continuing their theme of setting up shop in interesting buildings (see most Jack Wills stores), this post-war office building is, in their own words, Aubin & Wills first 'destination store'.

    The bottom floor houses the Aubin cinema, a 'sofas with blankets' style, intimate screen showing mainstream films in a cosy setting. I've taken a peek inside but never actually seen a movie here. Soon though...

    On the middle floor is the Aubin and Wills clothing store. The clothes here are similar to Jack Wills but a bit more grown up. I like some of their stuff but often find the fit baggy in the wrong places. Unlike Jack Wills, far less of their stuff is plastered in their logo/name which is nice if, like me, you're not too keen on being a walking billboard and announcing to everyone where you do you shopping.

    The top floor is the Aubin Gallery, an Art gallery which I haven't yet visited.

    This part of Shoreditch is becoming achingly cool these days so if you haven't yet walked about the area you should do so soon.

  • 4.0 star rating
    13/9/2010
    First to Review

    Housed in an originally, disused warehouse space off the beaten track in East London, Aubin & Wills is all about quality, country and high-living. I believe unlike the Notting Hill store, this branch houses an art gallery and cinema and is much more of a fashion and lifestyle experience than anything else I've experienced on the high-street recently.

    Women's clothing, underwear and accessories are all enticing and made to a high standard (as clever on-brand messaging on more affordable smaller gifts purchases continually reminds you!) Mens and homeware are in the same vain and are attractive, comfortable, but seem ever-so overpriced for the current climate of belt-tightening.

    Having said that, I have no doubt a clothing purchase from A&W would last you a very long time and be a worthwhile investment. It's just a shame the white ladies casual shirt and long line tangerine vest I tried on didn't do me any favours. There's definitely a top tip there - everything looks great on the shelf (hanger), but do try before you part with your hard-earned!

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    4.0 star rating
    16/12/2011

    Aubin & Wills sell high quality womens and mens fashion as well as homewares. Some of the products are a little overpriced, but they make some good classic pieces that are worth investing in. The brand gives off a sort of high country living for hipsters vibe, but that's what I like about it. Underneath Aubin & Wills is its in-house cinema that showcases box office hits as well as independent foreign films along with an art gallery. The cinema is definitely worth going to, after a spot of shopping (or browsing) upstairs, of course. :)

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