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Shoreditch Design Triangle

The annual event for designers and stores based in East London

Shoreditch Design Triangle

The annual event for designers and stores based in East London

Today is the press preview for the Spring/Summer Shoreditch Design Triangle. It sees 22 shops and showrooms around Shoreditch come together for a day to preview their upcoming products for the new season. The event is ran by British homeware manufacturer SCP.

The stores will show various products from their ranges including home furnishings, clothing, accessories and footwear, with a wide range of products on offer there will be something for everyone who attends.

House of HackneyImage: House of Hackney

Further events will take place during the year and the main event taking place during the London Design Festival held from the 16th to the 24th of September.

Klaus Haapaniemi & Co

Image: Klaus Haapaniemi & Co

Some of the 22 brands include home furnishing brands such as House of Hackney, Monologue London and Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. Apparel and accessories brands include the likes of Goodhood, Ally Capellino and Kestin Hare.

Monologue London

Image: Monologue London

The Shoreditch Design Triangle started back in 2008. The purpose of the event is to champion designers in East London and celebrate the creativity hub that is Shoreditch.

Kestin Hare

Image: Kestin Hare

It combines product launches in stores, exhibitions and workshops that all promote home grown talent. Alongside being a great opportunity to see and buy the latest designs it also steers consumers away from buying mass-market pieces off the high street and allows them to buy individual and one off pieces that you couldn’t get anywhere else.

Ally Capellino

Image: Ally Capellino

The event will run over the course of the week and will be as ever a cultural design experience for all, where lovers of design can immerse themselves in the creative atmosphere and be able to view and purchase some incredible and distinctive pieces of design.

Read more about the Shoreditch Design Triangle here.

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