Monthly Archives: July 2012

It’s all about the Olympics!

London’s largest ever pop up shop has been opened by Sir Steve Redgrave. The 12,000 sq ft pop up shop on Rotten Row, Hyde Park is the only location fans can purchase official London Olympic 2012 venue merchandise outside of … Continue reading

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Chanel two floor pop up shop

Another big name to jump on the pop up shop Olympic band wagon is Chanel who will be opening a pop up shop in honour of the games. The two floors are top play host to the luxury retailers beauty … Continue reading

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Laitwaites wine pop up shop

Laithwaite’s Wine will be closing their Vinopolis site and opening a pop up shop in London’s Borough Market during the Olympics period to allow room for official sponsors of the Olympics to make use of their flagship store. Tony Laithwaite, … Continue reading

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Fat Cheeks in Dalston

Fat Cheeks is once again returning to the Victorian Pie Shop, Dalston, E9 and tantalising the taste buds with their sunday lunch offerings! Guest chef Richard Kirkwood has devised a menu including “brawn style” burgers, tender pink steak in yorkshire … Continue reading

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Mini pop up Olympics

A 50,000 sq ft playground has been transformed by Bankside Open Spaces Trust (BOST) into a multi-sports venue including running track, beach volleyball, boxing ring among other facilities. It has turned an under used grey expanse of concrete into a … Continue reading

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The mile high pop up shop

Hong Kong based inflight concessionaire ISG has teamed up with French retailer Colette to launch what they term “the world’s first inflight pop-up shop concept” on board All Nippon Airways from this summer. The pop up shop will feature a … Continue reading

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Pop up Noho success

A new hangover remedy is set for success as the two entrepreneurs that own the brand are aiming for sales in the region of £4.8 million. NoHo is a ‘natural’ cure for that over indulgent night out and the business … Continue reading

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Radley launching first pop up at Westfield Stratford City

The Street is the location for the new Radley pop up in Westfield Stratford City. The premium handbag and accessories brand will be stocking their spring/summer 2012 and previewing their autumn collection. Designed to complement the theme of their spring … Continue reading

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Made in Bristol

A temporary emporium showcasing the best of local design has opened in the commercial heart of Bristol city centre. Paper Scissors Stone Volume 2 has been put together after the success of the Volume 1 ‘temporium’. Volume 2 will see … Continue reading

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Margate – can it be saved?

With a 36.1% retail vacancy rate in the town centre Margate was always a contender for one of the Portas Pilots grants and the Margate Town Team are the group who masterminded the winning bid and who are now faced … Continue reading

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