Winter Pop Up Shops
The great thing about our favourite sustainable online retailers is that they never fail to give us a little love in real life. This winter season, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to pop up shops. We’ll be diving into #lovenotlandfills charity shop collaboration pop up, and heading over to East London for Reve en Vert’s sustainable lifestyle talks, complete with organic wine. This our pick of the best Winter Pop Ups.
Dai’s Performance Space pop up is back in London, and this season they are located in London’s historic Spitalfields Market. Created by Joanna Dai (read more about her here), the workwear brand has gone from strength to strength since it’s launch. They will be debuting the new season collection however you can also take part in events and panel discussions. The Vendeur is excited to be taking part in ‘Dressing Sustainably: Sorting Myths From Truths,’ on 3rd December. Tickets available here.
The online sustainable accessories retailer are coming to London’s St James’s IRL this season with their Jewellery Pop up. In partnership with bespoke jewellery atelier Lemuria Jewels, it’s a truly elegant experience. Each month 5 new brands will arrive to the boutique, all with interesting stories and kind principles. It’s the perfect place to pick up a little Xmas treat for someone special, or for yourself.
Looking to learn more about sustainable living? Make sure you visit Reve en Vert’s first Lifestyle pop up on London’s Shacklewell Lane. Not only will you find their exquisite range of kind fashion and beauty, but this season, they are also celebrating sustainable living and eating. We’ll be front row for their panel discussion about sustainable eating and drinking, will we see you there?
As part of a series of global vintage trunk shows, Reformation will be arriving in West London this Winter. For two days only, the brand has teamed up with Timpany’s at their store in trendy Westbourne Grove to celebrate their love of all things vintage. Timpany’s will offer a selection of their own vintage ranges, as well as Reformation’s own offering. Expect to find 90’s Cher Horowitz style plaid suits and 80’s silky mini dresses.
If you are looking for a few stunning outfits to get you through the holiday season, why not pop into Hurr’s Pop Up in elegant Belgravia to rent a little something? Hurr are a peer to peer rental platform, connecting stylish individuals and allowing them to borrow from each other’s wardrobes. The pretty space has been decked out to allow your to do this IRL, but look out for fun events, as well as the stunning rails of gems just waiting to be bagged, but just for a week!
When it comes to concept stores, The Sustainable Pop Up is a winner for all things ethical. Their incredible range of artisan and unique designers mean you are bound to find something you’ll love. From elegant slippers, to linen dresses and this season, non toxic cleaning products. We highly recommend a visit to pick up some unique Xmas pressies and maybe a little treat for yourself.
Eco fashion movement #Lovenotlandfill is popping up in London’s Covent Garden, bringing with them an amazing edit of second hand gems. The space will house some exciting collaborations between our favourite charity shops and thrifty influencers, as well as leading Depop sellers. We’re especially excited for Barnardo’s collection by Emma Breschi. It’s a thrifters delight!
Every year, the Maiyet Collective bring us a special edit of sustainable fashion and lifestyle brands as well as informative panel discussions. For the Winter season, you can find them in residence at Bicester Village, providing the ultimate slow antidote to fast outlet shopping. Make sure to sign up for their popular events soon.
Fresh from their latest pop up in North London, The Wardrobe Workshop are heading to Soho Farmhouse this December for a special Winter edition. For just one day, you can shop The Wardrobe Workshop’s unique range of quirky designers and preloved gems. Plus this time, they will also be featuring beautiful ceramics and beauty products. We can’t think of a better location for a little retail therapy.
For something a little different, we’re heading over to Chapter’s very first pop up in East London. ‘Women Who Give a Shit’ is the theme, and female run businesses are the order of the day. Chapter offers unique support to small, ethical, women led businesses, and the offering is pretty good. From recycled cashmere sweaters to organic period products, you’ll find it all here.
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