MamaBrown’s, a combined art, fashion and food pop-up, will be returning for a second year in a new location on the King’s Road, running from 26th November to 15th December.
Taking over an old Victorian postal warehouse, the event will feature vintage clothing , stalls from artists and designers, and a Middle Eastern-inspired cafe with dishes created by Mama Brown herself… with a little help from recipe gurus Miro’s Love Bites.
The exclusive three week event, produced by Suzi Brown – a pioneer of one of Notting Hill’s first ever vintage shops–will serve up a mixture of 72 handpicked emerging and established designers and artists from around the world, combining art, fashion and food all under one roof.
And if you need a sit down after all that food and shopping, the event will have a lounge area where you can kick back with a glass of champagne from the event bar, all to the soundtrack of Mama Brown’s resident DJ.
Open now to Sun 15th Dec, 10am – 7pm
Mama Brown’s, 232 King’s Road, London, SW3 5UD