SECRET EMPORIUM // WINTER EDITION
‘Cream of the Independent Brit Design Crop’ Harpers Bazaar
Saturday 13th December 2014 // Open 11am – 7pm
Sunday 14th December 2014// Open 11am – 7pm
Where: Club Row, The Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, Shoreditch, London, E2 7ES
// Christmas is most certainly upon us which means the return of East London’s most anticipated markets, the Secret Emporium’s Winter Edition Christmas Market, showcasing the best of British independent designers.
After the UK summer tour that included the award-winning Secret Garden Party and Wilderness Festival, Secret Emporium brings the year to an end with its magical December event. Setting up shop in the confines of the creative hub of the Rochelle School, on the iconic Arnold Circus in Shoreditch, the event will showcase over 30 British Independent Designers hand-selected and intricately curated along with music, art and food stalls.
// This year there will be offerings from women’s clothing to illustration, menswear to accessories and homeware to art. Designers not to miss the year include: street wear by YOUNG BLOOD APPAREL, delicate on trend jewellery from REBECCA GLADSTONE , sharp shapes for menswear via SIR PLUS as well as vintage treasures from WAKING GREY. There will be a new collection launch from TIMOTHY REZA/ SAMANTHA CRANKSHAW (whose green cape was recently seen adorning Kate Moss) and many exciting offerings from new designers and SE trail blazers such as TESSA METCALFE, WOLF AND MOON and DIANE TURNER who bring you their latest collections.
In addition to the market we have one of East London’s best kept dining secrets: The ROCHELLE CANTEEN will be opening it’s doors to those visiting Secret Emporium over the weekend. Set in a former bike shed, the Canteen, led by Margot Henderson, serves a daily changing menu of British dishes and a BYOB policy. This place is rarely open at weekends so Secret Emporium visitors are advised to act fast to reserve their table.
‘Newcomers to the Shoreditch dining scene can come and go, Rochelle Canteen stands firm, and stands out’ Time Out