From the prismatic mind of artist/designer Fred Butler comes a unique exhibition full of fantastical belief and spirituality.

This February, KK Outlet will be transformed into a futuristic temple where Fred Butler will unveil abstract shrines inspired by a utopian future full of peace and void of war. Incorporating new work, archive pieces from previous collections and photography by Walter Hugo & Zoniel, each shrine will pay tribute to imaginary prophets who brought about peace, love, and the power of collective energy.

The spectator will be invited to choose their own journey through the space, feeling the warmth and synergy of colour, object, fashion and art all through the gaze of Fred Butler. Alongside the shapes and hues of the shrines, the exhibition will feature scents, Flower arrangements by The Flower Appreciation Society, Altars designed by Install Archive and a sound mix created by DJ Todd Hart turning the exhibition into a truly sensory experience.

The exhibition will feature a body of artwork and one off pieces from Fred’s archive available for sale to collectors.


Fred Butler is a London based designer. Alongside creating her own critically acclaimed collections, she also works with a range of clients to add an element of otherworldly spectacle to projects through her signature playful aesthetic. Throughout her career Fred has amassed an enviable industry following, her style blog has become one of the most influential as she charts London’s creative scene, and her cultural perspective of the city. Fred’s ever expanding portfolio of clients includes TEED, Lady Gaga, NIcky Minaj, Beth Ditto and corporate clients including Swatch, MTV, Nike, Adidas, Samsung, Haviana, Mini and Vauxhall.

Curated by Ryan Lanji

Private View: Thursday 6 February, 7 – 9pm?
Exhibition Runs: 7 – 27 February

For more information please contact Danielle Pender on 0207 0337680 or at