Pop up shops are the perfect opportunity for businesses to dip their ambitious toes into a true bricks-and-mortar experience. From Sloane Square to King’s Road, eateries, to galleries, the distinct cultural offerings of the most affluent area in London are not to go unnoticed.

If you are still not too sure whether or not to open your dream store, in this article, you can learn about some of the most impressive summer pop up shops in London so far, past and present.

The Sustainable Pop Up

During its reign on the King’s Road and closing its ninth edition just this month, The Sustainable Pop Up shop has become a carefully curated multi-brand concept store that offers a collaboration of sustainable style and complete luxury.

The Sustainable Pop Up shop is not your average shopping experience, with industry experts, wellbeing mentors, and valued influencers, this is a creation of an environment that encourages conscious decisions in everyday life through luxury and expertise.

Seraphina

Luxury retailer Seraphina has returned to Kings Road for twelve years, just recently showcasing the stunning Indian-inspired apparel and homeware made from the finest fabrics until last month on their annual departure.

Boasting the most fabulous pieces for women and children and delicately beautiful tableware, we love to see Seraphina make its mark on King’s Road each year.

Freddie’s Flowers

Freddie’s Flowers is a flowery delivery service that brings seasonal, fresh flowers to customers all across the UK. Starting out as a door-to-door sales service, founder Freddie Garland got his first 10k customers in South London, and has grown to about 55 employees with over 55,000 customers nationwide, In recent years, he expanded his business strategy to hosting numerous events and pop up stores in Chelsea.
The successful pop-ups usually average 1-2 days in various storefronts, which attracts a large number of passers-by.
Nearly New Cashmere

Nearly New Cashmere is a Yorkshire-based upcycled cashmere retailer promising to “rescue and restore” thousands of discarded 100% cashmere items annually. The pop up store opened at 340 King’s Road until the end of March 2022 and featured a variety of vintage and designer menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, and accessories.

Partnering with small, creative businesses has always provided Sloane Stanley with an opportunity to share the culture of our fantastic community and, in the case of brands such as Nearly New Cashmere Co, highlight the importance of sustainability and protecting our planet.

Upcoming pop up shops

Birdie Fortescue

With plenty of globally inspired, ethically sourced homeware, Birdie Fortescue is an interior and fabric designer that offers an independent destination for unique homeware, contemporary art, and beautiful antiques. We can’t wait to see the cultural impact of this exciting popup shop in the upcoming months.

Grandy Art

Meet the art gallerist with a selection of large abstract to fine art. With regular exhibitions and comprehensive online portfolios, GrandyArt presents a collection of carefully chosen, up-and-coming artists to the UK market. Keep an eye out for the latest pop up store to arrive on the Sloane Stanley estate. We are looking forward to basking in the beauty of such fine art pieces.

Pop in or pop up

With a forever-changing, exciting array of pop up shops eagerly anticipating a bricks-and-mortar event, we want our visitors to enjoy their luxury shopping experience in Chelsea. If you are a business seeking a pop up space or a potential consumer looking to browse in showstopping stores, get in touch with us today or visit us at the Sloane Stanley Estate.