123 Bethnal Green Road


123 Bethnal Green Road is one of my favourite shops. Its supports many young designers, including designers that I’ve worked with like and Ada Zandition. The shop is a grade II listed building and it has four floors. The first time I went to 123 it was for the Amelia Magazine book launch and the event was in the Bunker Cafe, which is in the basement. Since then the back room on the ground floor is now a pop up shop presently featuring Bolongaro Trevor. The pop up shop changes on a regular basis and there is always new stock so it’s always worth visiting 123 to see what’s new!






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One comment

  1. Tara
    August 26, 2011 at 19:19

    Is it expensive?

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