Saturday is the last day to catch the pop-up at The Royal. Featured are the creations of 15 local artists and designers.

The Royal is transformed into makers pop-up shop

Fifteen local artists are featured in a contemporary boutique at the Royal on Baker Street. The pop-up shop continues through Saturday.

The Royal, at 330 Baker Street has been transformed by 15 local artists and designers into a contemporary boutique May 9 to 11. This three-day pop-up shop features vintage clothing and locally handmade accessories, clothing, ceramics, cards, illustrations, jewellery, house wares and more. Participating artists include Kalika Bowlby, Marnie Christoffersen, Clever Fawn, Julia Cedar, Dear Pony, Kitty Empire 3, Lauren Christofersen (Loo Loo), Kreetco, Miss Kitten Vintage, Erin Then, Shannon Q Merrit, Moja, Lara Blackman and Lee Rawn. The shop is open Saturday, May 11 until 6 p.m.

 

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