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Events

Join us for some Festive Foraging

04 November 2015

If the concept of shopping local this Christmas appeals then we'd love to see you next week for Brixton Christmas; a co-ordinated late night shopping event featuring fellow independents timed perfectly with our own Christmas Party


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Dream team, 3 years and counting, over £170k raised for aid to Syria. Photo: @syriansupperclub

Events

Can *anyone* host their own Supper Club?

16 October 2015

Apparently so! Well at least that's what the team at Syrian Supper Club say, and having just experienced one of their wonderful evenings at E5 Bakehouse, we're also feeling a little more confident about hosting ours next week.


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Eating at E5 Bakehouse with Syrian Supper Club

05 October 2015

Post by Victoria Stewart

Former Evening Standard food editor turned freelance food/travel journalist writing for ES Mag / Indy / Foodism/ Escapism / Square Meal/BBR.  With a passion for Street Food and an encyclopeadic knowledge of the greatest carts, trucks and vans that can be found in the city. Her blog, London Street Foodie, is a celebration of the best street food in London, parts of Australia, and South East Asia.


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Season Keepers

Inspiring Autumn Denim

30 August 2015

With the sale season dwindling and summery clothes starting to feel slightly too lightweight for the gradual shift in temperature, Autumn attire is on the mind. But rather than become overwhelmed by the sudden proliferation of new trends, we've honed in on one key item - the Vicky boyfriend jeans from Armedangels


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Photos by Quazi Design

Designer Spotlight

Quazi Design

21 July 2015

Designing for sustainable change and social impact, QD create responsible and thoughtful products by transforming discarded waste magazines into original accessories and interiors.


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Events

Frontline Club screening of the Jungle Sisters

14 July 2015

In 2008 the Indian Government launched an initiative to train 500 million of the rural poor to work in its growing industrial sector. Chloe Ruthven's thought-provoking film tells the story of two village girls, Bhanu and Bhuntu, whose induction into the working world is overseen by Orlanda, Ruthven's sister. Orlanda works with an organisation that trains and places young women into textiles factories to produce clothes for corporate giants such as Gap. As Bhanu and Bhuntu travel to the city to take their places as part of India's business-friendly future, the reality of life on the factory floor forces all three of them to face questions of social justice, family loyalty and the role of corporate responsibility.


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Hi there trendy

05 July 2015

Marrying the party vibes of London’s growing street feast scene with all the allure of an Asian night market – POP Brixton has landed.


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Photo Credit: International NY Times – Ashraful Alam Tito/Associated Press

Events

The True Cost | Film Screening

16 May 2015

Featuring interviews with some of the world’s leading influencers including Stella McCartney, Livia Firth and Vandana Shiva, The True Cost is a kickstarter-funded film, released on 29th May, which seeks to address the human and environmental costs of an ever-expanding fashion industry.


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Kitchen Keepers

Roasted Pepper Cauliflower Pizza

06 May 2015

'Kitchen Keepers' is our aptly titiled healthy recipe series, with the sole intention of promoting tried and tested recipe ideas, taking inspiration from the best vegan and vegetarian chefs and bloggers around.


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Join the Brunch Club

05 May 2015

Following on from our recent post featuring Blue Jay's seasonal menu, changing monthly and served Weds-Sun a stones throw from us at Cornercopia, we’ve become a bit obsessive about food miles - our own mainly. The fewer paces we have to go, to get our fill of food that hasn’t travelled too far to get to us, the better. And fortunately the village isn’t short on great restaurants using local produce. However, it’s Salon’s new brunch menu that’s really caught our attention of late.


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Blue Jay by Cornercopia, Brixton Village. Photo: Zomato

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Keep eating in Brixton | Blue Jay

04 April 2015

Depending on how you look at it, being situated in the middle of what has become London's Mecca for all foodies has both pros and cons. There is in fact only one con, and that's purely financial. If I could have my cake, preceded by both starter and main course, I’d eat in the village every.single.night. Once a week is more justifiable and a dinner at Happy Dumpling, which gets a bad rep by some reviews, did nicely last week, in part due to our lovely (read comic if you may) waitor and his complimentary custard buns.


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In Store

Top Ten most tactile Spring textures

10 March 2015

Our spring collection is a collision of differing textiles, of which we’ve listed our ten most caressable.


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