London’s Hottest Pop-Up Shops – Catch Them While You Can!


Fashion Fans, rejoice! Urban Outfitters sister label, Free People, has finally found a place on the British high street. Popping up on Chelsea’s elite King’s Road, the boutique will play home to trademark boho dresses, tops and accessories. (We’ve got our eye on a seriously sweet pair of winter boots.) But be quick, in true London style, its doors opened as a pop-up store meaning won’t be around for long, leaving its residency in early 2016.

Pop-up shops have become increasingly popular over the past few years in the UK, opening for anything from 2 days to 2 months and beyond. So to make things a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite temporary haunts currently in London. Don’t hang around though, they won’t be there forever!

H&M Divided

The UK’s favourite high street store has spent its summer showcasing its Divided collection at a six-week long pop-up in East London.  As well as treating yourself to a new outfit, the pop-up also allows you to enjoy DJ sets, complimentary manicures and a spot of jewellery designing.

Until September 3rd
Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane

Clinique Pop Stop

Beauty brand Clinique are on a quest to brighten up Londoners daily commutes with their latest pop-up at Piccadilly station. With their classic range of products on sale, the brand are also offering free 3 minute makeovers on site, with the chance to pick up a £100 goody bag afterwards.

Until Monday September 25th
Piccadilly Circus Station, Piccadilly Circus


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A pop up store in Boxpark, London. Photo by Ewan Munroe.

What started as a small set of temporary pop-up stores has fast become a revolution in shopping malls. Made up of stripped out shipping containers, Boxpark is home to hundreds of independent brands, restaurants and bars who take on short-term lets. It’s a hub in the community and with a new brands popping up (quite literally) every week, you’ll always find something you like.

Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch

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