Top of the Pops - 10th October

10 oct. 2014


Doodle Pong - The Doodle Bar, Chelsea

Join the Doodle Pong League, where friends, colleagues, enemies and lovers can fight to win the coveted Doodle Pong cup - a very respectable £50 bar tab. The tournament is hosted every Wednesday for the next 8 weeks in the Doddle Bar, Battersea. Register your team of two by emailing or by filling in the Doodle Pong sign-up sheet in the bar, yard or Street Kitchen hatch. Sustenance will be on hand in the form of booze and legendary meatballs from street food vendors Belpassi Bros.

Scandinavian Fashions - 340 Kings Road, Chelsea

Scandinavian Fashions stands for well-tailored, beautifully designed pieces, that last year on year. Scandinavia Fashions follows a slow fashion mentality, where you buy better quality clothes and therefore buy less. They represent the best of Scandinavian up coming designers, most of them brought to the UK for the very first time. Go discover these timeless designs on the Kings Road this month.

Batch - Unit 2A, Old Street Station

Batch believes in Transparent Living. Their Scandinavian design inspired store in Old Street mirrors this. They’re offering nutritious and delicious food for people on the go. All their food and juice is 100% Organic and the raw, blended and dehydrated offerings are crammed with nutrients to nourish from within.

PaPa Spice - Monikers, Hoxton Square

This is PaPa Spice’s fourth pop up restaurant, the menu features some of PaPa Spice’s signature dishes as well as some delicious new ones. The concept for the restaurant will draw on all aspects of PaPa Spice’s unique and creative approach to cooking bringing a brand new dining dynamic to Hoxton Square. Chef Lawrence Gomez said: “We promise that your dining experience will be fun, healthy, and delicious and we look forward to welcoming people once again.”

The Brite Space, Eventbrite - Unit 2, Old Street Station

Events marketplace, Eventbrite, have launched Brite Space London – a series of interactive events designed to champion creative culture in the capital. For the next 2 weeks, Brite Space London will host a line-up of the city's finest talent across food, design, music, fashion and media, sign up to join their delighting series of workshops, live Q&As and masterclasses, which have been designed to ignite creativity.

The Concept - 36 South Molton Street

Bringing together four striking international designers, The Concept pop up store fits right in on South Molton Street. Appearing within the space is Evgeniya Linovich of Masterpiece jewellery, who create modern, fashionable items following the traditional techniques of folk art. Kalmanovich, which is a ready-to-wear label based out of Moscow and New York. Atelier Kikala, who introduce elements of art and high fashion technologies into casual clothes and the designer Alena Akhmadullina who’s collection is based around Russian fairytales.