At the intersection of East London’s Bethnal Green Road & Brick Lane sits a store enriched in designer clothes from all over the world, a haven for sought after designer wear in both women and men’s styles, perfect for all seasons, especially this autumn/winter. Captured through the lens of photographer Freddie Bell, Nordic Poetry illustrates life in isolation by embracing fashion for the home in none other than Spring/Summer ’92 Chanel, Versace and prêt-à-porter fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier. The socially distanced editorial voices what the store’s lockdown attire is looking like and the rarity of the pieces from the stores founder Ameli Lindgren.
The Nordic Poetry store is a host to hundreds of incredibly conditioned and profound styles across 20+ Designer labels including Dior, Valentino, Fendi, Gucci, JP Gaultier, Chanel, Burberry and offers not your everyday type of vintage. Friends of Kyra TV’s fashion series PAQ, Jorja Smith & many of the cities spearheading celebrity stylists, Nordic Poetry enters a lockdown with a new agenda – Now bossing a fresh new website, Nordic Poetry is on a mission to reconnect with its audience from the safe distance of social media. The store has become a go-to fashion destination in the East end of London, it’s womenswear and menswear brands tick any persons box for when shopping in the vintage market. Nordic Poetry’s modus operandi, is to give those clothes a new elevated and meaningful life. In an era when conscious shopping is playing an increasing role in peoples consumer choices, Nordic Poetry has the designer vintage market locked down.
Styled by Ameli Lindgren & Photographed by Freddie Bell