Top of the Pops - 14th Novemeber

14 Nov 2014

top of the pops

Beyond Retro - Unit 2, Old Street Station

Beyond Retro, the UK’s largest vintage retailer has launched its first pop up shop in Old Street Station this Christmas in support of Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. Alongside retro christmas jumpers the store will also stock a selection of vintage-inspired Secret Santa gifts, vintage party dresses and the key pieces from Beyond Retro’s AW14 range.

Dr Oekter ‘Even Better Baking Boutique - 12 Dray Walk, Brick Lane

Dr Oekter - one of the nation’s best loved baking brands - has launched the ‘Even Better Baking Boutique’ in Shoreditch. It aims to help bakers take their cooking to the next level. Each day, the interactive baking space hosts a range of master classes, demonstrations and taste testings to encourage people to become better bakers. Take a look...

Eastpak ‘Made for London’ - 132 Commercial Street

The urban lifestyle brand Eastpak, is launching their #madeforlondon pop up shop on Commercial Street, Shoreditch next Monday. Described as a “future thinking retail and social experience” the store has been designed around revolutionary technology, including a Perch interactive product table which is being launched for the first time in the UK.

Hotel Chocolat - Piccadilly Circus Station

Since the very first Hotel Chocolat store opened its doors in London in 2004, something of a chocolate revolution began. There are now 75 Hotel Chocolat stores in the UK. Hotel Chocolat prides itself in originality - being fresh, creative, innovative and always one step ahead of the game. We’re sure their Piccadilly pop up shop will be no exception.

Christopher Shannon - 70 Paul Street, Shoreditch

In 2008, Christopher Shannon launched his menswear line, Christopher Shannon. He wanted to move British menswear on from its legacy of fine tailoring and create modern, relevant clothes, which drew on a diverse array of references. Currently the label is stocked by trend-leading stores around the world, including Harvey Nichols, Opening Ceremony and Space Mue. Next week he launches his own brand store on 70 Paul Street, Shoreditch.

Rosie Wonders - 67 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch

Rosie Wonders makes beautiful and unique handmade greeting cards, jewellery and surprises. Her pop up shop on Redchurch Street is a treasure trove of colourful and whimsical cards and trinkets. The perfect items, guaranteed to put a smile on someones face.