18 December 2014
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Arriving at the Old Truman Brewery just in time for Christmas, the Colette Cube Store London pop up shop is bound to be the destination of choice for many a style conscious shopper.
Previously only available to design hungry shoppers in Paris, the celebrated design emporium Colette is now making a pop up appearance at the Cube Store at Old Truman Brewery. Taking place in partnership with Nissan Cube, the Colette Cube Store London event is a design exhibition and exclusive shop all rolled into one.
Japanese inspired design
Design guru Colette has handpicked a number of Japanese inspired lifestyle products that will be on display and up for sale at the Colette Cube Store London pop up shop. At the centre of the exhibition is the new Nissan Cube car, which motor fans can see on display for a limited time.
Products for sale at the Colette Cube Store London pop up shop include the Quilt Sofa, which is part of the Wajima collection by Bouroullec and available for £6500.00. Other key lifestyle items include the Slant Glass by designer Teruhiro Yanagihara, which is an asymmetric drinking glass priced £25.00. Tate Otama kitchenware by Mikiya Kobayashi is also available.
As well as all the stylish Japanese inspired design on sale, the Cube Store is also hosting a number of special events in the run up to Christmas. Live music, film screenings and avant garde fashion events are all taking place, although these are restricted to CubeList members. For more information on how to sign up for free membership, click on the link below.
CubeList Official Site
Christmas at Old Truman Brewery
As well as the pop up Colette shop, the Old Truman Brewery is also hosting a series of other special shopping events over the festive period. Click on the link below for more information on late night shopping, vintage pop up markets, sample sales and more.
Christmas Shopping at Old Truman Brewery
The Colette Cube Store London pop up shop runs from Thursday 26th November 2009 - Sunday 3rd January 2010. Opening times are 12pm - 7pm Wednesday - Sunday. Please note that the Cube Store is closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
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