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East Piazza, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8RF
Covent Garden

Huda Beauty is launching its first ever pop up this month and has chosen to do it right here in London. For those who aren’t familiar with Huda Beauty, the brand owned by world famous beauty blogger Huda Kattan, has over 140 different products from lipsticks to false lashes. The immersive pop up will be filled with extravagant instagrammabale decor, all themed around Huda Beauty’s brand new celestial ‘Mercury Retrogade’ palette. Inside you can shop from new releases, Huda Beauty classics and limited edition products. Given Huda’s huge fan base we expect the pop up will be busy, so if you don’t fancy queuing then pre-book an appointment. The first 100 people through the door also bag themselves a surprise Huda Beauty goodie bag, so if you want to revamp your make up bag just in time for party season make sure you swing by.

29th November - 26th December 2019


31 Savile Row, London, UK
Piccadilly Circus

Menswear pop-up A Call to Garms is returning to Savile Row in aid of homelessness charity Crisis. Curated by menswear stylist and writer Tom Stubbs, the pop-up will feature pieces from over 40 brands, including Savile Row’s own Anderson & Sheppard; Cifonelli; Gieves & Hawkes and Harry’s as well as from Globetrotter, Mr Porter, and Vivienne Westwood. There’ll be a host of events and appearances happening across the week, including a shopping extravaganza hosted by Tom Stubbs and Dermot O’Leary on the 12th, and all proceeds from the pop-up will go directly to Crisis.

9th - 19th December 2019


Selfridges, 400 Oxford St, London W1A 1AB, UK
Bond Street

British CBD brand Mr NICE has popped up inside Selfridges with a store selling premium CBD products, including gels, oils, chocolate and gummies, as well as accessories and streetwear, marking the first time a major luxury retailer in Europe has moved into the CBD space. The pop-up is also home to a very shiny Land Rover Defender installation and will play host to a series of events.

Until 24th December 2019


13 Floral St, Charing Cross, London WC2E 9DH, UK
Covent Garden

After popping up a couple of years ago, Glossier is back in town with another IRL store stocked full of goodies. As well as all the classic products, you’ll be able to test out newbies like the Glossier Play line, Futuredew oil-serum and Pro Tip eyeliner plus shop a London exclusive umbrella (with a fiver of each one sold going to the Young Women’s Trust). The space itself, inspired by traditional British social clubs, looks pretty mega too with secret doorways, floral patterns and a Glossier rooftop installation.

Until 9th February 2020


99 Dalston Ln, Clapton, London E8 1NH, UK
Dalston Kingsland Hackney Downs Hackney Downs

After dominating the street food scene, Filthy Buns have taken residency in Dalston’s Three Compasses pub. Curated by chef and founder John Gladwell, the menu includes a selection of beastly meat and meat-free burgers. Our fave has to be the Clucking Great, a fried chicken burger with bourbon BBQ sauce, smoked mayo, sour chillies and crispy onions. Not only are they serving up mega burgers, you can also get chips with smokey gravy and ‘beer cheese’ which is made with locally sourced pale ale from 40FT brewery. We’d definitely recommend going on a Sunday and trying their Roast Sunday Buns, aka a choice of meat or butternut squash and their homemade Sunday slaw stuffed in a bun served with crispy tatties and lashings of gravy. Pair it with a Bloody Mary and that right there is your Sunday hangover cured.


258 Pentonville Rd, London N1 9JY, UK
King's Cross St Pancras King's Cross

Espresso Martini Society is coming back to town with its massive martini menu for a winter edition, and this time it’s going bottomless. Yes as well as free-flowing espresso martinis, you’ll also be able to sip on seasonal serves like ferrero rocher, gingerbread and marshmallow martinis, all to a soundtrack of festive bangers. Chin chin.

22nd November - 14th December 2019


The Hive, Cambridge Heath Road, London, UK
Cambridge Heath

Created by Rich Baker and Sarah Brading, Flat Earth Pizza has now set up shop at The Hive in Hackney, Thursday to Saturday evenings. The menu changes every month but what remains the same is their awesome pizza dough which is made using a combination of flours from E5 Bakehouse and Gilchester’s organic heritage stoneground flour. The heritage grains are free from any chemicals or mass market alterations so this is a pizza that you don’t have to feel too guilty about eating. Toppings are inventive too, with a range of fermented, foraged and wild ingredients – they’re all vegetarian, and there are vegan cheeses available as well as regular cheese. Check out the kimchi and egg version, and our favourite, the collaboration with vegan cheese maker Kinda Co – they have made a special basil cheese for Flat Earth Pizza and it’s amazing.

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