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Mark Powell unveils London pop-up store

Tailor Mark Powell has opened a temporary shop near Carnaby Street in London to sell his new ready-to-wear collection. The shop, on Broadwick Street, will be open for at least six weeks, and is Powell's first standalone shop. The collection's key pieces include one- and two-button lounge, cocktail and formal suits in flannel, tweed, herringbone and Prince of Wales check. Trousers include a wide Oxford style, as well as straight leg and slim fit. Accessories include ties and handkerchiefs. The range also includes coats. Powell, who is based in Brewer Street in London's Soho, said that the shop would introduce more shoppers to the collection, which went into the Liberty department store on Regent Street this spring. Prices start at £300.

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