London Made Me is a collective of vibrant creatives brought together by the Mayor of London. Our first-ever boutique store features unique gifts made by talented makers and artists from across the city.
The London Made Me Pop Up Shop is delivered in partnership with Alice Mayor, Hypha Studios and The Crown Estates. With thanks to the City of Westminster and the Business and IP Centre.

One shop. 14 London creatives. 4 weeks.


London Made Me will work with a cohort of fourteen artists, creators and makers drawn from across the Mayor’s nine Creative Enterprise Zones to deliver an innovative immersive training experience. 

This exciting opportunity will comprise a detailed, five-day training programme for selected participants focused on developing the practical skills, expertise and mindset necessary to establish and launch a successful retail experience in today’s challenging high street context.  

London Made Me will culminate in the ’real-time’ build, fit-out and launch of a pop-up retail site in Regent Street at which participants will sell their products and deliver a scheduled programme of events and public activations. The project is designed to give participants valuable experience and practical training that will support local creative communities across London. It will give also creatives an opportunity to develop their networks, build authentic connections and gain new skills in a supportive and inclusive learning environment.


Shop location:   
59-61 Regents Street, London W1B 4DY  
Opening hours:   
Friday 11 November to Sunday 27 November

Launch event


Moxi by Mimi

Moxi by Mimi is a sustainable, female-run and owned small business based in London, currently specialising in statement earrings and hair accessories. I make bold, colourful, out there pieces made from 100% recycled acrylic, keeping sustainability at the forefront of what I do. 1 tree is planted for every item sold, giving back where I can. I want my business to represent authenticity, inclusivity, fun and to inspire you to embrace your weird.










Born in 2019 in South London, Bleur is an avant-garde art gallery handpicking the most promising talents. Championing emerging voices to challenge the status quo,
Bleur takes a unique standpoint: using the power of the moving image to redefine art as a lived experience of the many and give artists a platform to drive change..







Attique is a homegrown brand by Sophie Hall creating lounge co-ords for home or near. Having worked in the textile industry for 20 years, Attique was born from my life-long obsession with print and very nostalgic nature. Hand-quilted and made in London from vintage and sustainable textiles. Prints are always selected for their playful spirit. All pieces are French seamed and designed to be worn and loved for years to come.




Luciano Rocha

House of Frisson is part of my sustainable practice to reuse and repurpose existing objects. By painting and applying collage onto ceramic plates, vases, picture frames, etc. My art advocates who I am and the things I like, from pop culture to provocative
sayings and quotes; all thrown in with striking colours, a good sense of humour and of course an eye for detail, that is expected from an architect.




The Dyás

The Dyás is a brand concept that responds to the need for sustainable and ethical supply chains, and our innate desire for creativity and uniqueness. We create pieces of wearable art that are fairly-sourced and made with care, to change your perception of what fashion should be.





Bea Jareno Jewellery 

Established in 2006. Bea Jareno is an ethical and sustainable London based jeweller, originally from Madrid, Spain. Jewellery is her passion. To create a piece of jewellery and bring joy to the wearer is a great source of happiness for her. As it is when a piece of jewellery is worn, it truly comes to life. Each piece of jewellery and silverware is exquisitely fully handcrafted in her Atelier in the iconic Portobello area using recycled precious metals and individually sourced gemstones.




At House of Potters, elegance is central to our design philosophy, making our products timeless and beautiful, suitable for use as both functional and decorative pieces. The aesthetics of our products are inspired by artistic expressions of culture and human interaction. We hope to bring designs that come with a story to share with our customers.The collection ‘Celebrating Rice’ is our pioneer project, designed and created by Phoebe Ho, inspired by the diversity and culture she experienced first-hand in London.






Iiello Uwaoma

Iiello Uwaoma is a traditional visual artist who expresses himself in unconventional ways, with his signature creations done using regular pen. This motivates his audience on the need to search for greatness from within. Born a twin on 5th September 1984, in present day Southeastern Nigeria and living in London.

Iiello believes that any attempt to dictate the rhythm of art takes out its essence, hence he creates his paints and works across a variety of media with upcycling significantly represented.




VADHER Leathers

Immigrating to the UK from Africa in 1972, we are a family-run independent and socially responsible business that has remained faithful to its artisanal model and its humanist values. The freedom to create, using beautiful materials, the skills that have been passed down through generations and the exceptional know-how enables the creation of hand-made, useful and elegant leather bags and accessories which stand the test of time.




Francesca Castellano

Francesca produces a range of luxury womenswear and high-end dog accessories, both aimed at discerning, fashion-forward customers.







Siân Dorman Creations

Born & raised a Haringey resident has shaped me into the passionate, determined, creative and resourceful person that I am today.  ‘Community’ brings me a sense of purpose which is at the heart of my creations.
As a designer and maker, my mission is to inspire others to see the beauty in the discarded. Waste materials are the foundation of my designs, collected by individuals in my community. With these materials I experiment, manipulate, and upcycle to make beautiful
sculptural wearable art.

House of Aten

House of Aten aims to offer modern tableware design for everyday use with its organic quality inspired by nature. Created through mother-daughter cooperation, our main objective is to create high-quality and timeless pieces that will honour your dinner table and infuse style into your home. The medium for the creation is clay and porcelain that gains shape and value through the hands of the craftsman, as well as the discipline and peculiarity of an everlasting material.




Will Redgrove

Will Redgrove is a community artist, muralist and illustrator from east London. Will’s work often has a social message and utilises collaboration and co-creation. His matchbox series is inspired by the Matchgirls’ strike in which the women of the Bryant & May match factory in Bow took industrial action, becoming torch bearers for change.  These matchbox designs are a playful exploration of some of Will’s own reflections on modern life.



Em Wear

Em Wear is my passion! After 15 years working for large high street retailers, I wanted to create a brand that was about fun, colourful clothing for all ages and sizes. My kids love choosing their own fabrics and colours and I now give others that opportunity as an alternative to the stereotypes on the high street.






Creative Enterprise Zone details:

Creative Enterprise Zones are a Mayoral initiative to designate areas of London where artists and creative businesses can find permanent affordable space to work; are supported to start-up and grow; and where local people are helped to learn creative sector skills and access pathways to employment.  

The programme launched in 2018. The zones are in Croydon, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Hounslow, Lambeth, Lewisham and Waltham Forest, with a single zone across both Hackney and Tower Hamlets.  

What do Creative Enterprise Zones do?
Zones deliver against a three-year action plan which includes project delivery against the four pillars of the programme:
Space: creating permanent, affordable, creative workspace and live-work spaces at below-market rents and ensuring no net loss of space.
Providing skills and business support: building entrepreneurial skills and offering business support to artists, start-ups, sole traders, micro-sized and small businesses, developing career pathways and opportunities for progression into the creative industries and supporting sectors.
Policy: development and delivery of proactive policy approaches which support artists and creatives in Local Plans, housing and business rates policies.
Community engagement and socially inclusive places: embedding creative production in communities, creating socially inclusive places and strong links with education providers.