• Cave London
  • Cave is one of those stores that seem to have come into being by wonderful accident. After its three founders had already decided to set up a wine and flower boutique, they had an epiphany that artisan chocolate would be a nice addition too, and eventually opened for business in 2010. The name Cave comes from the traditional French word for cellar, commonly used to describe storage areas for wine and cheese. The shop certainly exudes a cosy… More info
    210 Bermondsey St, London, SE1 3TQ
  • Phillo London
  • After opening its doors in 2003, Phillo quickly became Notting Hill’s favourite florist. After saying goodbye to a successful career in Neuro Genetics, owner Cemal K. Cemal set about turning his horticultural passion into his own floral design studio. Phillo relies on Cemal’s deft eye for detail, and both private and commercial clients respect his appreciation of quality. Phillo has worked with the likes of Vidal Sassoon and Bobby Brown… More info
    59 Chepstow Rd, London, W2 5BP
  • Labour and wait London
  • Set in the heart of Shoreditch on Redchurch Street, the philosophy behind Labour and Wait is "a simple, honest approach to design, where quality and utility are intrinsic." Set up in 2000 by two former menswear designers, the store sells a dizzying selection of beautifully designed products, with a focus on simplicity and functionality. Home wares, gardening equipment, apparel, accessories, stationery, and beauty products all have their place at… More info
    85 Redchurch St, London, E2 7DJ
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