|Portobello definitely rocks! More pop-up dates announced!|
Some may of feared the rain as it came down hard on Friday, but Saturday thankfully stayed dry and stall holders were protected by the Westway and hassle-free gazebos, so no worries there. Market visitors were immediately intrigued by the bunting and balloons and the stall holders were fabulous, so let the shopping commence!
|Portobello Rocks, I Love Markets Pop-Up, Portobello Green|
|Katie Ingham from I Love Markets couldn't resist setting up a stall for the day!|
|Tie Doctor & Golden Grass draw in shoppers|
The prize for one of the most aesthetically pleasing stalls has to be awarded to Haus Of Artisans. Featuring products from three different artists. The passion and love for their products truly came across and they have been firmly placed on my Christmas Wish List to Santa!
The Tie Doctor was there giving out some crucial neck wear advice to all the Potobello fashionistas. Sporting his own product and even selling out of his £8 Stylish black bow. He has hitting the right note.
Self confessed vintage lovers ourselves the ILM team were very happy to see such an eclectic mix of Vintage making an appearance.
|Harper & Eye High-Fashion Vintage|
|Loud Prints from LFF Boutique|
Wunderbar Vintage was another big-hit, with masses of stylish picks from many different eras and the best collection of shoes we have ever seen! Katie from I Love Markets bought the embroidered oriental gown for £15 featured below, oh an also a great pair of sunglasses!
Retro Great also brought some vintage wonders and mixed it up nicely with some unique retro styled handmade jewellery.
Acro Iris who normally trade in Camden traveled to Portotbello to showcase a large range of handmade products from leather flip flops to handmade charm bracelets. The bright colourful stall brought a ray of sunshine on a mainly cloudy day!
Jerpurity with an extensive array of jewellery and accessories made using different African prints.
East End Prints brought a large selection of both framed and unframed prints. The animals prints seemed popular with the people of Portobello and if you missed out check out there extensive range on ILM.
Innabox brought the smiles with their cute collection of unique cards and phone cases.
Open The Gate take African prints and street culture to create their products. Their hood seemed a popular option and Sandrine was keen to get the public trying them on! If you missed them lucky for you the stylish hoodie is available on ILM!
Trina's Delicacies was there to keep hungry sweet toothed market goers happy, and traders for that matter. She even managed to get her stall filmed in a sketch for an Italian comedian who were filming there. Her brownie vanilla cupcake was amazing!
Portobello Rocks was a great success and we are pleased to announce new dates for October, Novemer and December! Stalls are priced at an affordable £45. Book your place fast to avoid disappointment! Sign up to I Love Markets and never miss another event again!