Wandsworth pop-up store opens offering prints, artwork and handcrafted jewellery from independent traders

London-based retail collective The Pop-Up Club is opening an Easter pop-up shop on Saturday in Wandsworth.

The new shop will be based opposite H&M Kids at the Southside Shopping Centre.

For the next six weeks The Pop-Up Club will feature items and work from talented London traders including handpicked global treasures from homeware brand Rickus Ra, quirky prints and artwork designs from Nephthys Illustrated, and handcrafted jewellery and accessories from The Golden Grass Company.

Pictured: The Pop-Up Club (Picture: Millistrations)

The Pop-Up club founder, Tillie Peel, said: “We’re thrilled to bring together such a talented group of artists and makers to our Easter pop-up shop in Wandsworth and offer Londoners the chance to discover something truly special and unique.

“By shopping at The Pop-Up Club, visitors can feel good knowing that they’re supporting small brands and independent makers.”

The pop-up shop promises to be a vibrant and eclectic celebration of creativity and craftsmanship.

The store will be open to shoppers from 10am until 6pm Monday to Saturday and 11am until 5pm on Sundays.

Pieter Strömbeck, centre director at Southside Shopping Centre, said: “Spring is just around the corner, and we’re excited to welcome The Pop-Up Club to Southside, providing small, sustainable business with a platform to further promote themselves.

“The innovative store offers a unique marketplace full of independent brands for shoppers to enjoy, and we’re confident it will be a welcome addition for our guests.”

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Pictured Top: The Pop-Up Club (Picture: Millistrations)

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