Brilliant to see The Evening Standard review Mare Street Market tonight and mention our supply of staff uniforms. If you’re in the Hackney area, this is a ‘visitor attraction’ like no other – and pop into our pop-up while you’re at it.
This Monday, March 26th, we are enormously proud to launch a new pop-up store at Mare Street Market in Hackney, London.
Mare Street Market is a massively exciting new spot just off London Fields. A huge space containing a restaurant, bar, deli, coffee roastery, record shop, florist and antiques dealer. Plus an exciting new fashion brand like ours.
Opening 8am till late, it’s one of London’s most talked about new places.
Huge congratulations to the team behind the Market – Marc, Phillip & Gizzi – plus our new friends at Stranger Than Paradise Records, Rebel Rebel, Flying Horse Coffee & Pure White Lines.
If you come over to the Market, you might also note what the staff are wearing and the rather cool aprons we made especially for the launch.
Yes… We Worked Hard.
We are rather excited to announce that we are launching a pop up store nestling under some palm trees in East London. It opens next Monday 26th March. Exact details of its location and store opening times to follow shortly…
Wonderland spotted the uniform pitch in our Dean Street pop-up, so have debuted our first piece of brand content about the working day for contemporary workers – Ian Muir and Lottie Bea Spencer.
One of our very first collaborations at our new Dean Street Pop-up in Soho is with craft brewer Beavertown – led by their amazing illustrator Nick Dwyer. Shortlist dig it too.
Wonderland have been in early to meet us at our Dean Street pop-up and get a gist of our collaboration strategy… which continues.
We launched our first ever pop-up shop in May thru Jun. Deftly placed on Dean Street between the poles of Groucho & Soho House, we want to catch a few prying eyes and maybe some early fans. HungerTV are on to us and our devious plan.