Expect an elegant collection of soft and sculptural handcrafted jewellery by Allitsforms, as well as homework store's new home fragrance collection, inspired by the beauty of nature, to infuse your home with the scents of the season. Retold vintage will have a careful curation of preloved and vintage pieces, offering you a chance to find one-of-a-kind treasures with history and character, alongside PPP Lab's, sculptural ceramic pieces that invites you to pause, reflect, and appreciate the beauty of form and function.
Little bit about the makers -
All Its Forms
All Its Forms jewellery inspired by Soft Sculpture which is balancing organic and Soft Sculptural form to timeless pieces. The emotional connection forged between jewellery and the wearer with the fluidity of soft facets and its earthy textures. All Its Forms Jewellery is ethically handmade from East London cast in Hatton Garden with 100% recycled silver and Gold. The designer & maker, Gina Cheun has selected as one of emerging jewellers to watch by Goldsmiths’ center in 2023, loved by Griff and featured in Vogue, O’fficial and Wonderland magazines.
Founded in 2018 by Clare Lewis, Retold is a fully circular London based vintage studio where customers can both buy, sell and rent vintage and pre-owned clothing. Handpicked by Clare and curated through a minimal aesthetic lens, Retold celebrates all things pre-owned and encourages a slow and conscious approach to fashion and consumption. We are proud to have built a loyal customers base spanning 20 countries and featured in British Vogue’s 9 best online shops, Elle Uk. The Guardian, Sunday Times Style, Grazia and Marie Claire.
A modern ode to ancient Chinese philosophy. Homework creates sensory stories through fragrances that celebrate heritage, balance and nature.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is the lens through which we approach scents, fragrance and our mission: to inspire people to live more in line with their bodies, the world around them and the seasons.
PPP LAB is a new London-based sculptural homeware ceramics studio founded by the artist Jiayao Peng.
Driven by the physical process of making, the studio is characterised by a solid commitment to form exploration and diversity of work that inspires a moment of pause and contemplation.
Jiayao has been trained in Ceramic Art and Design in China and the UK. After working with clay for over 12 years, mainly focusing on larger figurative sculptural works, she started bringing her experience to homeware objects for everyday use.
Each PPP LAB piece is handmade in London.
Date: Saturday, November 25th – Sunday, November 26th, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Location: KIOSK N1C, Coals Drop Yard, 108 Lower Stable Street, N1C 4DR