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Wonderland Collective
Wonderland Collective

The Wonderland Collective

Sunday 28th May 2017, 12pm-5pm
The Broadway Bar & Grill, 474—476 Fulham Road, London, SW6 1BY

Our next Wonderland Collective pop-up will take place at The Broadway Bar & Grill in Fulham. Set to be our biggest pop-up to date we’ll be featuring a variety of designers, makers and artisans from across London. Throw in a DJ, cocktails and great food – what better way to spend your Bank Holiday Sunday. 

Designers will include the likes of Home Address, Ashiana, Siyana, Bottlebee, Rachel Jackson, Pattern With Purpose, Rebecca Buttons and artist Alex Ebdon.


Getting there

The Broadway Bar & Grill
474—476 Fulham Road,
London, SW6 1BY

Tube: Fulham Broadway Station
Buses: 14, UL30, 414, 424, 211, 295, 414, 424, 28


Featured sellers


Seena has always been creative, and lucky us she has now turned her attention to metalsmithing, which she studied at night school whilst working a full-time job in television production. She works with sterling silver, gold and brass, and enjoys mixing metals in the same piece, as well as with gemstones to create stunning statement pieces. Taking commissions also allows her to produce pieces her clients love and will wear for years to come.


Bottle Bee
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Home Address

Home Address is a collection of carefully considered products for the home. They offer items that are pleasing to the senses, useful, practical and affordable. Find them with their lovely linens, towels, vases and other homeware.



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Pattern with Purpose

Pattern With Purpose uses textiles design to re-integrate natural imagery, colour and positivity in to everyday life. Owner Georgina Umney sells highly colourful, vividly patterned interior and fashion accessories which are hand made in limited runs in Britain. Products currently include real silk scarves, silk pocket squares, organic cotton cushions and tea towels and recycled paper cards and wrapping paper. By manufacturing in Britain in limited runs, using chiefly organic and recycled materials, Georgina aims to counteract disposable textiles and encourage ethical and sustainable 'slow' manufacture.




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