TOOGOOD 004 | SS16

Now available at 4.

6:58 am  •  8 March 2016

[08 March 2016 11:58am]

Faye Toogood designs gender-neutral retail space for London’s Selfridges

Selfridges has opened a concept retail space free from gender directives at their London store.

Created by designer Faye Toogood, a metal framework and mesh panels mark out linear spaces on two floors of the Oxford Street store for the new Agender initiative – an experiment to provoke conversation about gender targeting in fashion and retail.

“In the 21st century we’re increasingly aware that gender is not a binary, and the way we choose to present ourselves as individuals shouldn’t be constrained by the artificial divisions of society or commerce,” said Toogood.

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8:45 am  •  30 March 2015

[30 March 2015 12:45pm]




The Roly Poly Chair

Taken from the fourth furniture assemblage by Faye Toogood.

Toogood residency at Hostem.

5:40 am  •  7 October 2014

[07 October 2014 9:40am]




HOSTEM Presents | AW14

41-43 Redchurch Street
London E2 7DJ
United Kingdom

11:11 am  •  28 August 2014


[28 August 2014 3:11pm]

Toogood Artist in residence at Hostem

The mezzanine floor at Hostem has just been transformed into a studio

space that shows the diverse world of Studio Toogood.

Open daily from May 10th until November.


1:07 pm  •  12 May 2014

[12 May 2014 5:07pm]

TooGood at Hostem

From the 1st of May Toogood is taking up residence at Hostem.

The sculptor’s atelier will serve not only as a shop for the Collection 001,

but also a venue whereby guests will be able to purchase one-off

sculptures, objects and furniture by Faye Toogood.

8:02 am  •  26 March 2014

[26 March 2014 12:02pm]

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