If, like me, you are still struggling to find the perfect Christmas gifts, there is a pop-up shop for one day only to be held at 7 Lambolle Place, Belsize Park, London NW3 4PD, which could solve all your tricky present-buying dilemmas.
The Last of the Christmas Pop-ups by Constant and True will take place on Friday 16th of December from noon till 7.30 pm. The items for sale include products from an exciting and exclusive range of designers and artists collaborations, as well as (you’ve guessed it!) books!
Constant and True design Victorian Punk; t-shirts for children and adults, and homeware by silk-printing iconic images combined with Victorian decoupage on organic and fine quality cotton fabrics. They’ve also produced a range of limited edition napkins created by artists, such a Gavin Turk.
|Some of the Constant and True homeware|
Made sheepskin produce rugs, cushions and buggy liners. They come in wonderfully vibrant colours and iconic designs. I love the little heart cushions that you can just see in the picture below. Their items can also be made to order.
|Gorgeous sheepskin cushions.|
|Cashmere poncho in red|
|Buying books is fun…|
|Writing set by Tracey Emin|
Almost sure I've bought Plum cashmere at one of the London Christmas fairs (Spirit? Country Living?) before, and now thanks to your post I find myself dangerously attracted to their Highwayman cardi … oh dear!
So glad to have discovered your blog, Helena, and am enjoying dipping around in it, for many reasons – including great writing, shared London interests and because I spent some happy years (way back) living in Helsinki. Kiitoksia paljon!
Helena Halme says
So glad you like Plum cashmere! And my blog too. Many thanks. 🙂