Five new brands will launch their products at our Christmas pop-up store The Temporium, including a graduate accessory designer, a young duo making hi-tech jewellery and a brand-new fashion label.
Helena Westerlind, who graduated from the Architectural Association this year, will launch her collection of hand-knotted rope neck pieces: www.knotted.me (website launches on 30 November).
The rope formations are inspired by techniques such as knitting and crochet and adapt to the shape of the body.
Their first products, called Empty Memory, are a range of USB sticks made of hand-finished stainless steel.
Products from Jardins Florian, a new luxury brand created by designer Florian Gonzalez, will be shown in a retail environment for the first time, including scented candles developed in collaboration with organic spa brand ila: www.jardinsflorian.com
Jardins Florian are also bringing the limited edition Düsenjäger bike by Dutch company Vanmoof to The Temporium.
The line of cotton tote bags, cloth covered notebook sleeves and printed wallets are produced using natural fibres and sustainable methods.
Finally, Pom Pom Takoyaki is a new company that makes delicious snacks inspired by traditional Japanese takayoki: www.pompomtakoyaki.com
Pom Pom Takayoki will provide food for the opening of The Temporium on Thursday 1 December.
See our special category for more details on the designers and brands taking part in The Temporium.