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The Remodelista Market Comes to London

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 18, 2014 01:26 AM
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by Sarah Lonsdale last modified Oct 17, 2014

Last year we took our West Coast Market concept to NYC; this year we're thrilled to be heading overseas for our very first international Remodelista Market in London, held in conjunction with The New Craftsmen. Expect to find an exciting array of local Brit designers and creatives mixed with a selection of fine makers from The New Craftsmen. While the emphasis is on the handmade and goods for the home, we'll be mixing it up with extras like handmade chocolate from NomNom (owned by the dapper Welshman Liam Burgess); new products from Geoffrey Fisher, creator of the Trook; and a first look at the about-to-open Native & Co. And for those in need of sustenance while they shop, Emilie Holmes will be serving refreshments all day from her Good & Proper Tea truck. WHEN: Saturday, November 15, 10 am to 6 pm. WHERE: The New Craftsmen, 34 North Row, Mayfair, London, W1K 6DG. Above: A sampling of some of the goods on offer. Fancy a signed copy of the Remodelista book? The event is open to all, but if you RSVP ahead of time we'll enter you in a drawing to win either a signed copy of our book or a set of two Billy bowls with five illustrated recipes from The New Craftsmen. For more details and to RSVP, check out our Remodelista Markets  page. We'll also be signing copies of the Remodelista book, so please swing by and say hello—we're looking forward to seeing you there. Above: Emilie's Good & Proper Tea truck (L) and The New Craftsmen (top R) and the Billy bowl (bottom R). A list of our Market sellers in London:  Another Country , Billy Lloyd , Campbell Cole , Catarina Riccabona , Ede , Esk , Folk at Home , Geoffrey Fisher , Honest Skincare , Jeremy Pitts , Kirsten Hecktermann , Laura Carlin , Michael Ruh , Mourne Textiles , Mr Smith , Native & Co ,  NomNom Chocolate , Rush Matters , Stuart Carey , Tilly Blue , Tim Hurn , Tim Plunkett . For more on the New Craftsmen, see A New Kind of Luxury , and to read more on Emilie's tea truck, see A Good & Proper Cuppa . For information on our three Markets this year, visit Remodelista Markets .  More Stories from Remodelista An Under-the-Radar Shop in Nolita High Road House in London Gets a Revamp Shopper's Diary: Sharing Beauty in Antwerp




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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