India Whalley is founder of gallery, The Dot Project and homeware treasure trove, Edition 94 based on the Fulham Road, West London. An interior designer by trade, India wanted a space where she could showcase talented artists and her love of vintage homeware. Bursting with everything you could need to add beautiful touches to your home, we felt like a child in a sweet shop. Can we move in please?
What do you love most about your job?
The creative freedom it allows me and the ability to keep developing and working on exciting new projects. I feel so lucky to be able to work with amazing artists and artisans on a daily basis, who offer constant inspiration and make the job very fulfilling.
Where's your favourite hangout?
Probably being at home. It's where life feels a little less manic and everything slows done. If we do venture out...we love to cycle down to the river when the weather is nice and sit by the water for early evening drinks.
What's top of your playlist right now?
Favourite boy by Half Moon Run and Mara by Jack Garratt.
What's your most loved piece in your wardrobe?
A pink silk garden dress from The Vampires Wife. I have worn it over and over to numerous weddings, birthdays and during summers gone by (excluding summer 2020!)
How many pairs of shoes do you own?
Probably around 25 including far too many pairs of sandals. I seem to think I live by the beach instead of central London!
What do your Rogues say about you?
My rogues are perfect for days spent in the shop when I'm client facing and between meetings.