Top of the Pops: February Week Three
13 Feb 2016
AGOLDE is a new hand-crafted premium denim brand based in downtown Los Angeles. For London Fashion Week, AGOLDE will be launching its first UK pop-up shop in Topshop Oxford Circus, from the 14th – 28th Feb. Showcasing their Spring 2016 collection, you’ll be able to shop some of their favourite styles including some ultra flattering high rise skinny jeans and crops.
When: 14th Feb - 28th Feb
Where: Ground Floor Market Stall, Topshop Oxford Circus
MoBa (short for Modern Bành Mì) is an independent urban Modern Vietnamese Café currently appearing in Old Street Station. It offers on-trend modern Vietnamese food and brings together fresh, exciting and ethically sourced ingredients for a tasty experience. MoBa's signatures are the popular matcha green tea croissant, matcha baguettes and a black baguette infused with bamboo charcoal. Different and delicious with a little Je ne sais quoi !
When: Monday - Friday until 20th March **
**Where: Unit 2B, Old Street Station
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen
Every Monday night this month, Zoe Adjonyoh is turning her restaurant in Pop Brixton into an intimate dining space for a 5-course supper club. The menu features a series of taster dishes from Zoe's upcoming recipe book. During the dinner, Zoe will give a personal explanation of how each dish has been created and the inspiration behind it. Highlights include Mini Mashed Yam Balls in a Crunchy Golden Gari and the Curried Goat & Baby Leaf Spinach Ragu.
When: Every Monday evening – March
Where: Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, Pop Brixton
Electric Coffee Co.
Electric Coffee Co. believe making great espresso involves machinery, art and magic. They source fresh coffee beans from London’s finest artisan roasters and have finessed the process from coffee bed to cup to create a seriously good coffee experience. Currently appearing in Old Street Station, they're the perfect antidote to the morning commute.
When: Monday - Friday until 26th April
Where: Market Stall 1, Old Street Station
*Pretty Green *
Founded in 2009 by Liam Gallagher, Pretty Green aims to unite people through the love of music and fashion – even its name is taken from a track by 'The Jam.' Pretty Green focuses on creating simple, classic clothing with a modern twist. Discover its latest pop-up shop in Manchester all next week.
When: 15th Feb - 21st Feb
Where: Fountain Street, Manchester