• Hexagone London
  • Tucked in next to the famous antiques arcade Camden Passage, Hexagone brings a touch of Gallic flair to a very traditional London street. Named after the shape of the country that inspired it, Hexagone is a French lifestyle store specializing in heritage and artisanal products from ceramics to clothing, and children’s toys to textiles. Hailing from the south of France, its owners Delphine Reynaud and Karine Duverneuil have curated a store full of… More info
    12B Camden Passage, London, N1 8ED
  • After noah London
  • When it comes to products with as much history as toys, telephones and furniture, some would say they don’t make them like they used to. However, since 1990, After Noah has been catering to the discerning traditionalist with their collection of classic children’s games, restored armchairs and stylish antiques. Aided by the inspiration of a trip to the vintage stores of New York’s Soho in the late ‘80s, Zoe Candlin set up After Noah together with… More info
    121 Upper St, London, N1 1QP
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