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Fashion & Beauty Pop-Ups In London To Visit This Month

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Looking for things to do in the capital this month? If another turn about one of the city’s famous galleries, a jaunt down to a cosy pub or a walk around the park don’t sound too appealing right now, then try indulging in a little retail therapy (with a twist). This month, explore some of the most exciting fashion and beauty pop-ups dotted across London, located in some of buzziest parts of the city. Not sure where to start? Lucky for you, we’ve round up some of our favourite below.

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Fashion & Beauty Pop-Ups In London To Visit This Month

The Stock Market, Selfridges

his summer, luxury department store Selfridges is opening up a new concept space in its Corner Shop, where visitors will be able to repair, upcycle, authenticate and exchange their clothing and accessories. Read all about the new pop-up in our feature here.

When? 15 May to 10 June 2023

Where? Selfridges Corner Shop, Selfridges, 400 Oxford St, London W1A 1AB


Screens above counter where people are mending clothes

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Nobody’s Child

Fashion brand Nobody’s Child has announced it will be opening three new pop-ups in London this summer, starting with a space in Covent Garden (which opened on 3 May) measuring just under 2,000 square feet. Later this month, Nobody’s Child will expanding into Kings Road – which will house its bestselling collections, as well as pieces from the Boutique and Happy Place by Fearne Cotton collections – and in June, it will launch another in Spitalfields. ‘At Nobody’s Child, we continue to strive to make an impact via our responsible collections which are accessible for all women,’ said Jody Plows, CEO of Nobody’s Child. ‘There is plenty to come for Nobody’s Child growth for the rest of 2023 both in the UK and internationally, so we are thrilled to announce these three pop-ups today as part of that journey.’

When? Throughout May, June and July 2023

Where? Various locations in Covent Garden, Kings Road and Spitalfields



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Finlay at Malin+Goetz’s The Holiday Shop

After a new pair of sunnies for your summer holiday? Look no further than this new pop-up on Regent Street, where British eyewear brand Finlay is showcasing its SS23 collection. Curated by Zoe Vaughan Davies, The Holiday Shop is a one-stop summer collective of British independent brands featuring a selection of pieces for the season.

When? Until 25 May 2023

Where? 80 Regent Street, London W1B 5RL



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alice + olivia’s Secret Garden at Harvey Nichols

Escape from the busy London streets with the newly opened Secret Garden at Harvey Nichols, inspired by American fashion label alice + olivia’s SS23 collection. Step out onto the terrace (now decked out with leafy plants and vines as well as pink sculptures, chairs and tables) and browse through the brand’s latest collection, or indulge in a taste of the season with a flower-infused cocktails whipped up by Grey Goose Essences and pressed flower treats. If you find yourself in the area during Chelsea Flower Show, make sure to drop in so that you can grab a complimentary bouquet with your alice + olivia purchase.

When? 5 to 31 May 2023

Where? Fifth Floor Cafe and Terrace at Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RJ


Green terrace with pink sculptures, chairs and tables

Hunza G at Seven Dials

Craving sunny days at the beach? Find yourself one step close to summer with Hunza G’s new pop-up in Seven Dials, which opens just in time for the May bank holiday. Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, the space has been kitted out in the signature Hunza G pink and features body diverse mannequins and custom artwork by London-based artist Alba Hodsoll. Head down for your chance to shop store exclusives and events.

When? From 29 April until the end of summer

Where? 35-37 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9DD


White store front with colourful swimming costumes in the window


Founded by Ceylin Türkkan Bilge and Emir Bilge in 2019, Turkish fashion label SIEDRÉS is the perfect one to have on your radar this SS23. The brand, known for its colourful and laidback designs for men and women, has opened its first standalone pop-up in Mayfair. With decor inspired by the brand’s Mediterranean heritage (designed by Enis Karavil, co-founder and creative director of Sanayi 313) and pieces from the SIEDRÉS’s SS23, Resort 23 and Pre-Fall 23 collection, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice on your next visit…

When? Now until the end of June

Where? 4 Conduit Street, London W1S 2XE


Clothing pop-up store

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Hai London

London-based clothing and accessories brand Hai will be opening a six-week fashion pop-up this spring, taking over a new space in Shoreditch with its SS23 collection as well as yet to be announced collaborations and exclusives. This will be Hai’s first pop-up in the UK, so make sure to swing over if you’re in the area. ‘We’re very happy to be opening a store in London, our home city,’ said Hai Founder and Creative Director Tessa Vermeulen. ‘It’s a huge moment for us as a brand and we’re so excited to meet our customers – we’re always so inspired by how they wear our pieces and really make them their own.’

When? 22 April to 31 May 2023

Where? 16 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JD


Red brick store front with blue door and trim

Miffy In Chinatown

To mark Chinatown’s ongoing Year of the Rabbit celebrations, a new pop-up dedicated to iconic storybook rabbit Miffy is opening up on Shaftesbury Avenue. The new temporary space, which will be filled with a rainbow wall of design-led gifts for all ages, exclusive limited-edition drops and special items never sold in the UK before, comes just after Miffy’s collaboration with luxury British label Mulberry (you can read more about the collaboration between Miffy and Mulberry here). Interactive elements, such as a Miffy costume character greeting guests and a giant Miffy lamp selfie opp, will also be there for visitors to explore.

When? 29 March to 3 July 2023, open everyday from noon until 10pm

Where? 78 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6NE


Miffy in Chinatown

Image by Nic Crilly-Hargrave

Kat Maconie on Carnaby Street

An exciting new pop-up from British footwear designer Kat Maconie arrives on Carnaby Street this month, showcasing the brand’s 86-piece SS23 collection. Known for its colourful and sculptural designs, the brand’s new collection is inspired by the sights and vibes of California – think sunny colours, gem-encrusted palm trees and layers of wave-like ruffles. To keep to the theme, the new pop-up will recreate a ‘tropical paradise’ with oodles of Hollywood magic and party glamour. You’ll be craving summer in no time…

When? 10 March to 1 July 2023

Where? 29 Carnaby Street, London W1F 7DH


Woman stood doorway of light pink Kat Maconie store on Carnaby Street

Featured image: The Stock Market at Selfridges (c) Matt Crossick/PA Wire