CARLTON WARE - CENTURY OLD CERAMICS.
123 are now stocking the 100 year old ceramic brand - ‘Carlton Ware’… Our busy buyers have acquired a range of money boxes from the 60’s in premium condition - they literally look like they were made yesterday! And now for a bit of technical design history to tell your grandma - Carlton Ware were the first ceramic label to screen print on china… they started this...
Leonard Street’s legendary venue ‘The Book Club’ had a right royal shindig in April to celebrate the wedding of Kate and William, and this August bank holiday they’re doing it all again. Dodge the inevitable west london crowds and stay east dancing to the sounds of the correspondents, swing patrol and big in japan. And its all for freeeeeee! ...
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WE CAN’T WAIT FOR OUR SUMMER PARTY TOMORROW AT 123 BETHNAL GREEN ROAD FEAT. BELLINIS/LILY VANILLI BAKEWELLS/PUNCH. RSVP THIS AFTERNOON TO BE ON THE GUESTLIST
COCO FENNELL KEEPIN' IT FRESH.
The lovely Coco Fennell dropped off some of her new pieces today; a delightful selection of intergalactic themed silk crepe dresses in her signature style. Coco’s dresses have an amazing capacity to flatter all figures with a gently nipped in waist and full skirt. Come and see the spaceships, stars and astronauts. They’re super COOL.
The jewelry cabinets at 123 are decidedly gothic, filled with skulls in different guises. Tina Lilienthal’s work conforms to this trend, but the designs are simultaneously playful through the designers use of colour. Slicks of neon infiltrate the...
NO GODS NO MASTERS
Carrie Reichardt is currently taking over Rich Mix as part of their adhocracy festival this weekend. Adhocracy advocates d.i.y. and collective activism, ‘creativity and can-do’ as peace makers, gardeners, activists and the peoples kitchen come together for two days of talks, speeches and rallies. Cut a shine are even running a barn dance. To buy tickets or to read more visit ...
MARBY AND ELM.
From a studio space in Hampstead village, Eleanor Tattersfield runs Marby and Elm. Using an Adana 8x5 and an Adana flatbed Q H with a range of typefaces and illustrative blocks composed from her own drawings, Eleanor prints de-bossed hand cut stationary, from correspondence, greeting and calling cards to calendars. Stationary from Marby and Elm is now available at 123 Bethnal Green Road.