In two weeks The Old Shoreditch Station will be hosting new fashion project Rentez-Vous, if you’ve ever thought “I have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear!” then
We are very pleased to announce that our first exhibition of the year at DreamBagsJaguarShoes will be by graphic designer, Toby Evans.
Kings from the East; A Christmas Emporium.Â From 19thÂ November to 23rd December, JaguarShoes Collective will bring together a selection of exciting food, fashion and design craftsmen to create a unique Christmas
Valerie Phillips, photographer and long-time collaborator with JaguarShoes Collective, launches her new zine MEOW.
We are proud to introduce our new range of kids clothing, JaguarShoes Jnr.
Its been a few years since ‘Insect’ set a benchmark at DreamBagJaguarShoes. Well, both the boys have been busy and Luke’s latest offering is right up our street… psychedelic design,
Artist DDF, orÂ Daniel David Freeman to his mum, has re-launched his website including new work from his recentÂ show Deity at Old Shoreditch Station and new clothing label RANKS.
In July 2010 No-one hosted ‘In her shoes again’ a collection of pen and ink works by London born Illustrator, designer and writer, Daisy de Villeneuve.
In May 2010 the Old Shoreditch station was host to, Deity, the first solo exhibition by the London-based illustrator Daniel David Freeman.
In february 2010 we created an alternative option for valentines day for the loved up and jaded alike.
In October 2009, to celebrate the launch of their new collection and first zine, Lazy oafÂ held exhibition and launch party at the Old Shoreditch Station.
In September 2009 ‘Searching for light’ an exhibition by Zakee Shariff launched at Old Shoreditch Station. To see images of the exhibition and launch party follow the link.
King Kong ‘We didn’t invent anything’ This exhibition celebrates the launch of the collectives first book KK.
To celebrate the official launch of Stuart Semple Clothing, DreamBagsJaguarShoes held an event with live music and performance art.
Welcome to the Pure Evil exhibition archive, which documents the exhibition that took place at the JaguarShoes Gallery, 17 Kingsland Road, as part of our â€˜DeathOKâ€™ festival in 2004.
Part of our, â€˜Death on Kingsland Roadâ€™ street party extravaganza, this was a genuinely untamed exhibit.