Four new retailers to open at London's first eco-market


Four new retailers to open at London's first eco-market

LabTech, the owner of Camden Market, has announced that four new
retailers have signed to London’s first eco-market, Buck Street Market.

Lifestyle retailer Londonworks will open a 900-square-foot space
dedicated to ‘slow fashion’, offering trend-lend clothing from brands such
as vegan and fair-trade certified sock brand Conscious Step, and Danish
brand Colorful Standard which makes clothing using 100 percent organic
cotton. The store will also offer music, home décor and
contemporary-inspired gifts.

Handmade babywear retailer Dress Up Baby will open its third London
market space with a 74-square-foot unit offering its bespoke clothing,
accessories and toys for babies and toddlers, produced with natural
materials such as linen, merino wool and cotton.

Male grooming brand Sweyn Forkbeard will open its sixth market space in
London, taking a 74-square-foot site showcasing its offering of certified
100 percent organic products. A percentage of the brand’s profits will also
be donated to local charity Camden Giving.

Handcrafted London souvenir specialist Home From London will open its
third Camden store within Buck Street Market later this year, a
74-square-foot space offering the brand’s selection of authentic gifts
ranging from magnetic coasters to eco-bags featuring the iconic Camden Town
underground roundel.

Commenting on the new signings in a statement, Maggie Milosavljevic,
LabTech’s retail commercial director, said: “At Buck Street Market we are
committed to delivering a revolutionary space that prioritises
environmental education, conversation and positive change. Tailored towards
the ‘conscious consumer’, our selection of local fashion retailers reflects
our commitment towards championing sustainability, mirroring the aims held
across our eco-conscious food and beverage portfolio. We are confident our
selection of retailers will embrace the ethical aims held by Buck Street
Market, delivering a vibrant and sustainable lifestyle destination.”

Photo courtesy of LabTech



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