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Paul Costelloe Pop-Up Shop

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When it comes to London Fashion Week, us normals can often feel a little bit removed from the action. All those catwalks and shows and parties that we only ever see through the eyes of others far more fortunate than ourselves.

However, if you happen to be dragged near Oxford Street in the next two weeks, you might very easily find yourself fondling some exclusive pieces from the Paul Costelloe catwalk collection.

The renowned designer is launching a pop-up shop in John Lewis, where his opening show pieces will be available to buy. The collection is a 25 piece capsule of garments that are strictly limited edition.

So limited in fact that each garment has only been replicated 10 times and you'll be able to see which number you own.

The pop-up shop will be open until March 4th so get yourselves down there sharpish.

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