|Brighton Belles Makers at Old Spitalfields|
|Crystal Peace and Love Ring|
On Saturday there was a fantastic array of handmade products and it was a great pleasure to soak up the creative juices of the different stall holders on show. Brighton Belles brought colour and jazz in the form of different makers who came from Brighton for the day to trade. They’ll be back with their Vintage Wedding Fair on Oct 26.
|Dribble Bibs by Ginga-Baby at Old Spitlafields|
ILM bought: Baby Dribble Bibs 3 for £12 (right) from Ginga-Baby and this unique Peace & Love crystal ring by
Point 618 Designs.
The much-loved African Market also made an appearance on Saturday. Great for original handmade products. The next African Market is on Oct 26th.
2. Flavour Town Bakery
Bringing their gourmet cupcakes to East London, trying and buying is a MUST! It's a sexual experience. In fact, we recommend Flavourtown Bakery so much, we bore ourselves. I have to confess to buying 18 cakes on Saturday. Sticky Toffee Pudding was to-die-for. You can buy 4 for £8 which is a bloody good deal. Join their Facebook page to claim their weekly freebie every weekend at Old Spitalfields Market.
|Truly scrumptious Flavourtown Bakery cupcakes every weekend at Old Spitalfeilds Market|
3. Toilet Life Pop-Up Vintage Market
|Public Life Vintage Market, Spitalfields E1|
|Public Life Vintage Pop-Up|
|Public Life Vintage outside Christ Church, Commercial Rd, E1|
|The Netil Market experience. Hackney, E5|
Netil Market is where the legendary Lucky Chip found their fame and fortune. Yes, it was the most expensive market bite I've ever had (£25 for 2 people!), but YES it was worth it. Next-time around I'd recommend skipping the expensive coke in a bottle and stick to burger and fries at a tenner a head. You get waitress service too!
|The Luck Chip Burger at Netil Market, Hackney|