Continent Clothing

Continent Clothing brings you the very best in street style and festival-wear created using vibrant and geometric traditional African Wax Print fabrics. Their aim is to provide full time and sustainable employment to as many people as possible in West Africa. They do this by working on a micro scale and working directly with local Gambian tailors, seamstresses and fabric merchants in Ghana, Senegal and Cote Du Voir.

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Tendre Deal 

French Designer Children's brand, with clothing, toys and small decorations. Created by a mother of two Tendre Deal selects not only the best designs, but it is socially conscious & high quality, all at affordable prices. Certainly something distinctive for your children this holiday season. Trading for one week from 23rd November. 

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Mala & Bunga

Mala & Bunga owner Raman always has her eyes peeled for new designers making exciting and accessible jewellery. Craftsmanship is key when choosing for the Mala & Bunga collection of independent jewellery brands like Ashiana, Anna & Nina, and Louise McLeod, resulting in well-made, gorgeous and interesting finds to grace the most stylish of jewellery wearers. They will be returning to the Christmas market from 18th – 24th Dec. 

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Siyana London

Siyana, named after a hamlet in the vibrant state of Rajasthan, India, is an ode to owner Megha’s ancestral village. Siyana also means protection, as Megha seeks to nurture the craftsmanship of India’s indigenous artisans while introducing contemporary ideas. The result is a fine work of wearable art -- handcrafted, hand-loomed accessories with a contemporary flair that gives Siyana London a distinct character. All products are made with natural material by artisans in rural parts of India.

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Light Fixation

Light Fixation hand-make their own range of high quality, fun and individual light fittings, with the option to purchase LED filament lamps with them. Hailing from Chiswick, this husband & wife team design and hand-make their own light fittings – turning galvanised conduit and regular household items. Their lighting will be on display in 3 of our cabins this year, including the Wonderland Collective, where it is also available to purchase.

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