Head over to East Village E20 this festive season for a Christmas pop-up shopping experience with a difference, as the neighbourhood hosts ‘Hygge’ themed Makers Market, with FREE entry.
Hygge - the Danish art of living cosily - is all about savouring simple pleasures, nurturing and enjoying good times with great people, an ethos with considerable prominence in East Village. Visitors can expect all forms of cosiness and conviviality at the market, combining ambient interiors, entertainment, comfort food and stylish gifts – certain to ignite the Christmas feel-good factor.
A selection of London artisans have been invited to showcase their products at the Christmas Makers Market, combining some of the best new brands and crafts that the capital has to offer. The shopping space will curate beautiful hand-crafted goods under one roof and is set to be the perfect destination for those in search of unique Christmas gifts for loved ones.
With a different line-up of retailers over each of the three weekends, Christmas shoppers will have the chance to buy Scandinavian homeware from Att Pynta, sustainable Scandic-inspired Plywood Christmas Trees by Kreisdesign, cosy embroidered slippers from Olive Loves Alfie or a range of Danish ceramics from SkandiHus. A selection of Allpress coffee will be provided by We Are Here Coffee, in addition to a range of carefully crafted Christmas gifts by Aerende, BLÄSTA HENRIËT, BRIGGS + SHEARS, Christabel Balfour, Evermore, Inger Studio, Juniper Weaves, Line Dot Studio, Melina Xenaki, MR Studio London, One we made earlier, Ren.London and Worm London.
In order for visitors to try their hand at making their own personalised Christmas gifts and decorations, Geo-fleur will be hosting alternative Christmas wreath workshops and Slow Split will demonstrate how to craft a butter knife from reclaimed wood.