He designed a hand-painted bottle, released a capsule collection based around that brushstroke pattern, and now fashion designer Daniel w. Fletcher is taking his Courvoisier collaboration to a new level by opening a pop-up atelier in Soho. Atelier Courvoisier will showcase those limited-edition cognac bottles and pieces from the ready-to-wear range as well as offering you the chance to unleash your creative side with design workshops, including jacket painting and screen-printing hosted by Fletcher himself.

For both workshops, you’ll be given an item of clothing to use as your base to experiment with, guided by Fletcher and his creative process (with Courvoisier cocktails on hand to really get the creative juices flowing), to make a bespoke piece that you can take home. If shaking up a drink is more your flavour, you can join a Courvoisier cognac and cocktail masterclass, which includes a guided tasting flight through the cognac house’s different expressions and its French heritage, and a summer cocktail making sesh. 

Proceeds from the workshop tickets are being donated to the University of the Arts London’s (UAL) Creative Future Fund, which supports disadvantaged students with bursaries to study at a UAL college, so you’ll be supporting a good cause by getting involved. And the Atelier Courvoisier bar will also be open in the evenings serving a menu of bespoke cocktails, so you can drop in for a drink or two this weekend too.

Fri 27th – Sun 28th May 2022
55a Dean Street, London, W1D 6AG