There's always something going on around Seven Dials and this month its Monmouth street that plays host to the David David and Theo & Friends Pop Ups.
This pop up has a bespoke Glass Hill interior and over the course of the 6 weeks that it is open for will stock new T-shirts for men and women including hand painted pieces, T-shirt dresses, bean bags, umbrellas, limited edition prints and drawings, postcards, notebooks, gift paper and pin badges.
The shop will also show films and video works and events including a talk with designer Mark Eley (Eley Kishimoto).
The store will be open until the 24th October.
Just down the road Theo Theo are getting involved with the London Design Festival. They will open a store at 65 Monmouth Street until the 25th September. Theo specialises in British, German and other Central European design goods of exceptional quality.
The new pop up store will stock a unique range of weird and wonderful items for your home, alongside the brand new collection from Thorsten van Elten and collaborations with Daniel Emma, Rob Brandt, Kathleen Hills, Donna Wilson, Very Good and Proper and Arash & Kelly.
London College of Fashion open their first retail store, College shop on Carnaby Street this week.
On the 9th September College shop will open up in Kingly Court, Carnaby, London for 3 weeks. The shop will be selling pieces from the rising starrs of the course including this year's BA collection of the year winner, Nova Chui and established designers such as LCF alumni - Ada Zanditon, Beatrice Boyle and William Tempest.
All pieces selected for sale are wearable and items range from £20 to £400. Stock also includes one off designs from recent graduates in womanswear, menswear, footwear, accessories, jewellery, fashion photography and illustration with each piece being signed by the designer.
New pieces will be showcases daily and digital catalogues will also be available.
This September sees the return of Dante Fried Chicken run by the man himself. Dante.
Dante is well known for both his Ride or Fry food truck which travels around the states and his web show which kick started the likes of artists such as Santigold, Mos Def and Coco Rosie.
Dante also provided over 2000 hungry carnival goers chicken for Red Bull at Notting Hill Carnival a couple of years ago.
Now the pop up Dante Chicken taco shack comes to us at 18 Hewett Street. The shack is open from the 2nd-4th September and will be serving some of Dantes most well known dishes like Sock-It-To-Me Friend Chicken Tacos and Blueberry Guiness Smoked Brisket.
On Sunday tamales will be added to the menu before Dante shuts up shop and heads to Silverlake to open the LA-shack.
As far as pop-ups go (and lets face it, there's a lot happening at the moment) this one actually sounds pretty damn delicious.
Häagen-Dazs have opened up a pop-up boudoir in London will combine ice cream with cocktails and fashion over it's two and a half week run with talks, workshops and lessons all taking place. The Häagen-Dazs Pop-up Boudoir will be open until 31 July and the space can be reserved for groups of up to eight friends, where you'll be treated to a five-star experience with food master classes, DJ lessons, cocktails from your own dedicated mixologist, shopping from a range of designer labels and of course lots of ice cream.
Head to their Facebook page to book appointments and to find out more.
Zone7Style, if you are in the know are a modern vintage label offering carefully curated modern vintage to anyone that has stumbled across and then made a mental note of their name.
Normally Zone7Style operate out of an appointment only showroom in East London (go figure) making bespoke products for people like Goodhood.
Now though you can get in on the action when Zone7Style opens up their pop up this weekend (21st May) putting on display and on sales an extensive archive of items.
Zone7Style specialise in hard to find vintage clothing, we ain't talking you're normal Rokit or Beyond Retro findings here, oh no. Special finds of clothing, sunglasses and accessories will all be here and having supplied the likes of Rihanna, Black Eyed Peas, Amber Rose, Jessie Jay and M.I.A you can imagine the kind of gems that will be popping up.
Finally and just to make sure you realise it is worth the visit we feel you need to be made aware that Zone7Style hold one of Europe's largest unworn eye wear collections.
Open Sat 21st May 11am-7pm and Sunday 22nd May 11am -6pm
The Outside World Gallery, 44 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, E2 7DP