Go Behind-the-Scenes at King & Allen’s Latest Photoshoot

On a gloriously sunny day, earlier this year, King & Allen and a talented team of photographers, videographers and models travelled to two magnificent locations across London to shoot our latest campaign.

Our first location was the wonderfully cosy, Scarfes Bar, in Central London. Named after political caricaturist, Gerald Scarfe; his works adorn the walls, alongside a roaring fireplace, velvet armchairs and shelves of antique books.

Our second location was across London, at the picturesque Ham House, a 17th century mansion near Richmond. We spent the whole afternoon wandering their incredibly photogenic gardens, which feature everything from wild flowers and exotic plants to garden produce.

The resulting photographs are stunning and today, we are finally sharing them with you, along with this fantastic video, giving you a glimpse of what went on behind-the-scenes.

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