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edit58 lands at Liberty London

'edit' your style

by Laura Sutcliffe /


Here at HELLO! Fashion Monthly, we love discovering new and exciting brands that quickly obtain cult status - and edit58 epitomises just that. So we were particularly excited to hear that the bohemian brand is opening an exclusive pop-up-shop in London, just in time for Christmas.

We love the bohemian brand edit58

edit58 is a unique company that collaborates with artisans from around the world, to bring clients one-of-a-kind, unique treasures. It was founded by self-confessed interiors junkie and rug addict Lisa Mehydene, an avid traveller who launched the company as a platform to share some of the amazing finds she has accumulated on her voyages. If you are a fan of Moroccan-themed decor and accessories, you will love edit58's offerings, which include scented candles, eiderdowns, embellished cushions and Moroccan fabrics. They even offer a personalised sourcing service to help clients find exactly what they are looking for.

These bespoke basket bucket bags are on our Christmas wish-list

One of the products that we are totally obsessed with is the brand's embroidered, bespoke basket bucket bags. The handwoven baskets are totally iconic and hugely popular; you only have to check out some of our favourite fashion bloggers Instagram feeds to see they make the ultimate holiday accessory.


This week, edit 58 announced the news that on 25-26 November, there will be a pop-up-store in London's Liberty store, from 12 noon until six pm, where you can get your hands on one of the beautiful baskets. Even more exciting, there will be some of the brand's resident artisans there, on hand to personalise your basket with intricate, woollen embroidery, to make it uniquely your own. And if you are lacking in inspiration, there will be plenty of ready-made sewn bags that will be good to go!

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