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Birdsong's Festive Feminist Concept Store

Following the success of our previous stores across London and Berlin, we’re back for the festive period to showcase our new collection. Our last three stores were featured in Style Bubble, Time Out, Dazed, i-D, Refinery29, The Debrief, and Metro.
We're bringing together the best in feminist and ethical fashion and homewares under one roof. We'll be stocking gifts from legendary, patented period pant brand THINX (all the way from New York), home goods from Aerende, shirts from cult Spanish brand Paloma Wool, gorgeous eco-candles, collections from London Fashion Week designer Clio Peppiatt, and much more.
Expect crafternoons, free goodies, exciting panel discussions and evening events running all week. We'll also have a child-friendly area in the shop for any care givers this holiday season wanting to bring smaller humans along.
Thursday 13th - Tuesday 19th December
Opening hours - 11am - 9pm daily
Full events schedule to follow.
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We’re Birdsong - a fashion brand for people who expect more from their wardrobes. We work on a promise of no sweatshops & no photoshop.
Since 2014 we’ve been revolutionising the way we dress. All our clothes are made by women’s groups with rare skills. We pair their expertise with our designs, creating wearable pieces with a mind to the future. From migrant seamstresses to knitting grannies, we connect women from worker to wearer.
With our unedited imagery and activist models, we show the reality of women, making more of us visible.
Our store is an opportunity to share our first mainline collection from Birdsong Studios, created by exceptional women spanning the full spectrum of London. Designed in house by Susanna Wen, and hand cut, sewn, and finished by migrant women in Limehouse, Poplar and Shoreditch. Woollen sweaters and scarves were hand knitted with practiced hands by older women in Enfield and Kingston.

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  • feminism

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