Top of the Pops: March Week One

27 Feb 2016



In response to growing public interest in egg freezing, a fictional beauty store called Timeless has appeared in Old Street Station. The store aims to engage women with the issue of fertility and explore how social egg freezing may impact the world of work, relationships and wider society in the future. Inside you'll find a range of fictional beauty products such as 3-Step Solution for egg freezing' and a bespoke perfume line called ‘Eau so Pressured,' – designed to provoke debate and discussion.

When: 29th Feb - 5th March
Where: Unit 3, Old Street Station

The 1975


The alternative rock band, The 1975, is launching 2 pop-up shops in London and New York to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album, ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It' and to promote the artwork for it. The London store is a collaboration between The 1975, Samuel Burgess Johnson and Tumblr, allowing fans to scroll through the creative minds of musicians, on their blogs and in real life.

When: 29th Feb - 5th March
Where: Leicester Square

Romy LDN

Romy LDN

Romy LDN is a British brand designed for their ultimate London girl – feisty, unique and forever evolving. To promote their latest line of accessories, they're launching a stall in Topshop Oxford Circus, showcasing their signature soft and glossy faux fur accessories and products.

When: 29th Feb – 6th March
Where: Ground Floor Market Stalls, Topshop Oxford Circus



Made in Sweden and imported to the UK, Scandi gives you a taste of Scandinavia with a wide variety of gummy, sour, fudge, nougat, clusters, chocolate, hard, liquorice, marshmallow and sugar-free. With an emphasis on Swedish quality and design, Scandi's sweeties are the perfect treat for yourself, or gift for any occasion.

When: 29th Feb - 1st May
Where: The Market Stalls, Old Street Station

The Hox Cup

Hox Cup

For one week only, the garden courtyard of The Hoxton, is being transformed into a the Hox Cup Sake Bar – selling a range of Japanese Sakes. In collaboration with Museum of Sake, which the largest collection of cup sakes in the UK, visitors will be able to sample many styles of Sake – rarely available outside of Japan – and even take home the decorative one cup containers as souvenirs.

When: 29th Feb - 6th March
Where: The Hoxton, Shoreditch