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The Royal Exchange Hosts Luxury Pop-Ups

The Royal Exchange, the luxury shopping destination in the heart of the City, is saying goodbye to the winter blues and welcoming the arrival of Spring with a series of six pop ups in the central courtyard.

The pop ups include complimentary gifts, services and special offers from brands including free truffles from chocolatier (and SEEN fave) Paul A Young, professional headshots photographed by Leica and roses from Aspinal of London in honour of Valentine’s Day.

All pop up activities and product giveaways are free and will take place from February 7 until March 28 and include:

Wednesday 7 February, 11am-3pm – Rejuvenate your Spring wardrobe with a Tateossian collar stay and receive 20% off in store.

Wednesday 14 February, 11am-3pm – Forget to buy a Valentine’s Day present for someone special?  Pick up a rose from Aspinal of London with a custom name label and receive complimentary personalisation on products in store.

Wednesday 21 February, 11am-3pm – Choose a new Spring scent with fragrance samples courtesy of Penhaligon’s and receive 15% off in store.

Wednesday 14 March, 11am-3pm – Refresh yourself with a health drink to celebrate the launch of  Orlebar Brown’s new Sports Capsule collection and enter a competition in store for the chance to win £500 worth of product.

Wednesday 21 March, 11am-3pm – Update your professional headshot with Leica’s pop up studio and receive a gift voucher to an ‘Ambassador Akademie’ course with purchase of a camera system.

Wednesday 28 March, 11am-3pm – Sample an Easter-inspired truffle from chocolatier Paul A Young and receive a complimentary brownie bite with an in store purchase.

Items and services available one per person while stocks last.

The Royal Exchange
City of London

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