Soho Bar 'Disrepute' Celebrates Scandal and Secrecy

 - May 9, 2017
References: telegraph & behance.net
The theme of members only bar 'Disrepute' surrounds it's long history of scandal and clandestine affairs.

Located in Soho London, the newly opened establishment takes secrecy very seriously. Known in 1961 as 'the Kingly Club,' where "cabinet minister John Profumo met call girl Christine Keeler" and hosted the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Peter O’Toole and Audrey Hepburn," Disrepute takes full advantage of its clandestine past to accompany it's theme.

The cocktail list is encoded with only salacious names to offer hints for guests and branded note paper for passing to strangers. The space offers a sophisticated aesthetic with plush velvet benches and golden finishing on the walls. This members only bar will appeal to design lovers as every detail down to the members keys are carefully curated.