Monday-Saturday: 10am – 7pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Please note, on opening day (7th) we’ll be open from 3-8pm and on closing day (21st) we’ll be open from 10am – 3pm.
Verte and Round Retail are excited to announce the launch of a collaborative pop-up shop on the King’s Road in support of local mental health charity SMART.
Whether you want to swap existing items or shop curated pre-loved pieces from your favourite brands, this pop-up will be a destination to refresh your wardrobe, sustainably.
Over the course of two weeks the shop will host a range of activities including free drop-in repairs, ticketed evening workshops and exclusive seasonal events with…
- 7th Feb – launch drinks and canapes from 6-8pm to celebrate our opening (free)
- 8th Feb – Crochet Workshop with Kim Rana (additional tickets required – click here)
- 14th Feb – Galentine’s Beading Workshop with Luna June (additional tickets required – click here)
- 17th & 18th Feb – free repairs offered between 11-3pm
Tickets for swapping are available via the links above and if bought in advance will benefit from a discount! Please read the ticket terms carefully. Workshop tickets will be released in due course.
The pop-up will feature a curated edit of both mens and womens clothing and accessories for either shopping and swapping (rails will be clearly marked as for each). Shop up to 80% off your favourite brands including Whistles, Rixo, Acne Studios, L.F. Markey, Toast and many more. Tickets to swap can be bought in advance for a reduced price, or bought on the door. Up to five items can be bought in to swap each time you come in.
The pop-up will be fundraising for local charity, SMART (St Mary Abotts Rehabilitation and Training) who are on a mission to help people suffering from mental health issues by providing them with paid employment opportunities through community businesses including their cafe, gardens, gigging music group and more.
About Round Retail:
Launched in April 2023, Round Retail aims to bridge the gap between fashion resale and charitable stores.Their pop-up and online stores focus on quality pre-loved fashion items, from mid-luxury brands, highlighting the original Recommended Retail Prices in an attempt to encourage consumers to value pre-loved items and appreciate fashion that already exists within the economy rather than buying new. They split all their sales 3 ways, a third to the person who gave the item, a third they keep to run their events and a third goes to a charity local to where they pop-up.