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Labour of Love

Anyone bored with the demands of so-called ‘aspirational’ shopping, will do well to check out Labour of Love’s new pop-up shop (or deployable space, to use their terminology) at 30 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, from 2nd to 10th April.

Anyone bored with the demands of so-called ‘aspirational’ shopping, will do well to check out Labour of Love’s new pop-up shop (or deployable space, to use their terminology) at 30 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, from 2nd to 10th April. It is their hope that shoppers will be inspired by this fresh approach and enjoy the variety of clothes for women, men and kids. Finding that their own brand outsold the eclectic mixture of vintage and ‘under the radar’ brands they championed, Labour of Love’s mobile shopping experience should delight their loyal following of creatives, whilst enthralling customers new to their brand and concept.

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30 Redchurch St
Shoreditch
London
E2 7JB

Opening times:
10 – 6
Sun 12 – 5

www.labour-of-love.co.uk

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