07 Aug 2015

Fashion Pop Up in Shoreditch

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Check out this sweetie pie pop up store while you can in Shoreditch!

Boasting a carefully selected collection of global designer brands, customers can work up an appetite, or rest their weary shoppers’ feet, post purchase with a pizza from the in store pizzeria serving pizzettas and coffee.

The brainchild of Martina Vitali and her Italian boyfriend (and chief pizza maker) Andrea, the couple have found their dream location to provide funky threads and yummy grub for men and women.

The 1.N.1 (one and one) boutique opened its doors to the public earlier this summer and has been bringing new designers to the attention of general public. Stocking global brands, you can be sure you will not be heckling for something everyone else has got on the high street. I was particularly drawn to the Modern Vintage sunglasses- which are reconditioned versions of old classics.

Stocking fashion brands, jewellery, accessories and prints from brands including 1p87 Chic Handcrafts, Thanh Cong Vu ), Adios Bonita, Jewellery by Maya, Joanne Stoker, Korn and The Clothing Lounge for Dream Nation and Zxe Zxe, Wild and Wishful, ASC, Govan.

With limited editon pieces, but endless pizza and an evening menu happy hour, new stock is arriving all the time, so pop in and chill out!

Read more here:

http://modernvintagelondon.com/…/shoreditch-1-n-1-concept-…/

When – Daily until end of August 2015
10am – 8pm, 11.30am – 7pm on sundays

Where – 70 Paul Street, EC2A 4NA

 

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Sara Darling, is Co-Founder and Fashion Editor of 55Pages magazine, as well as a freelance lifestyle writer and fashion stylist. She contributes features to a wide variety of clients including Style Nest, Flush the Fashion, Fault and Spindle websites and creates content for Loft Studios and 55Factory. Twitter @fashion_darling Instagram @fashiondarlingofficial
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