Living / 1 November, 2018 / My Baba
From food festivals and energy treatments to kids’ winter fashion and nursery prints, here’s what the My Baba team are loving this week.
Kidswear Collective is an online store for pre-loved and past season designer fashion. The store, which launched this year, will be a one-stop shop for kids’ pre-worn fashion and aims to extend the lifecycle of luxury clothing. Brands currently being stocked included Stella McCartney Kids, Burberry, Chloe, Ralph Lauren and many other small up-and-coming brands.
Visit KidsWearCollective.com or check out their Instagram @kidswearcollective
Imagine a place where you can get all of your Christmas shopping wrapped up all under one roof. We have just the place! The Sloane Club Christmas Market is bringing you the ultimate shopping experience to get gift shopping sorted – next week. The event, which takes place Thursday 8th November, will be welcoming designers from across the country who will be selling home accessories, stationary, lamps, chocolates, handmade liqueurs, jewels, shoes, personalised bags, and much more.
Where: The Sloane Club, 52 Lower Sloane St, Chelsea, London SW1W 8BS
When: Thursday 8th November, 10am-8pm
Bonnet à Pompon are the new childrenswear brand on the block. Designed in Spain and inspired by the bohemian French spirit, the brand have taken the Spanish industry by storm. The collections are available for children aged 0 to 12 years. Bonnet à Pompom will be opening its store first UK next month.
Taste of London will take over Tobacco Dock this year, transforming it into a winter foodie haven. Get yourself in the festive mood with wintery dishes from London’s best restaurants and chefs. Talk to London’s top bartenders and artisan producers about the hottest innovations in the city and try something new! The festival takes place from 15-18th November, click here to book tickets now. Restaurants include Italian newcomer Nonna Tonda, old favourite Bao, Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa and more, while the lineup of superstar chefs include Tom Aikens, Josh Katz, and Tom Anglesea amongst many wolrd-class names.
Master Oh offers energy treatments that combine acupressure and sound to unblock and open your energy channels. His treatment aids communication in all the cells of the body. Master Oh can feel how your energy is circulating and, by applying gentle pressure to your energy, clear any blockages and toxins. The treatment can relieve aches and pains, as well as mental anxiety, in order to improve overall wellbeing. The treatment is suited to all ages.
Something Nice is our new favourite for shopping for something baby, something homeware, or something gift-shaped. The online shop started out in a converted shed near Cambridge. Founders Hayley Pryke & Ross Frame bring together a delightful collection of homeware and stationery, all carefully selected and promising to stand the test of time. Our favourites include the blankets and muslins pictured below.
East End Prints have a brilliant selection of prints for any room of your house. They’re also London’s favourite graphic art print shop. We’re all about their nursery and children’s bedroom prints for something quirky and fun. The London architecture and cityscape prints are are a fantastic touch for anyone living inside the M25.
9ct gold fingerprint bracelet, Philppa Herbert
Cream and navy breastfeeding shirt, Magnet Mouse
Grey mini monkey teether, Matchstick Monkey
The Fenton rocking horse, Diddles & Button