London Craft Week
Get in touch with your creative side this spring with London Craft Week!
Happening from May 9 to 15 across different locations in London, the event celebrates outstanding British and international artistry, bringing together over 250 established and emerging makers, designers, brands and galleries all over the world.
Explore a curated selection of works, join workshops, attend talks and more exciting activities. This year, there are amazing featured projects in store for you with lots of events to choose from!
Chelsea was London’s original artists’ quarter of the 19th century and centre of the Arts & Crafts movement.
Today, it’s at the vanguard of contemporary technique and flourishes as a neighbourhood rich in creativity.
From the dazzling luxury brands of Sloane Street to characterful independent stores on King’s Road and the gourmet specialists on picturesque Pavilion Road, Chelsea has got it all.
Learn more about fashion, printing, jewellery, leatherwork, embroidery and embellishment, Chelsea-style through these events:
—Artisanal Ice Cream Tasting, May 9-13
—Cassandra Goad’s Interactive Exhibition, May 9-14
—Molly Mahon, the Modern Block Printer, May 9-15
—Talk: “Is There a Future for Leather?”, 10th May
—Sarabande Studio Takeover at Soho Home, May 11-15
—Make, Do and Mend Fashion Workshop, 13th May
The Mills Fabrica is nestled within a three-storey Victorian warehouse designed by Barr Gazetas and restored by Untold Interiors.
It is home to Fabrica X, an experiential concept store and innovation gallery for sustainable brands; membership-led workspaces, a tech lab equipped with a laser cutter and 3D printer for prototyping and a powerful start-up incubation programme.
Dedicated to building a community of sustainable innovators, The Mills Fabrica features a curated selection of events here:
—Urban Fungariums by Rachel Horton-Kitchlew, May 9-15
—Fabrica X at London Craft Week, May 9-15
—Circulose®️ by Renewcell, May 9-15
—ER, A Project by Eugène Riconneaus, May 9-15
—Reinventing Linen by Flax London, May 9-15
—Repurposed, Reused and Recycled, May 9-15
Pimlico Road Design District in Belgravia is the apex of inspiring design and best-in-class interiors.
From sculptors to woodworkers, embroidery to antiques, textiles to crystals, it’s a melting pot for craft and design.
The neighbourhood exudes a unique village feel, where inspirational interiors, food, drink, fashion and architecture can be found on every corner.
Discover the craftsmanship of Pimlico Road through these events:
—Celebrating 45 Years of Collier Webb, May 9-13
—The Drifter Light, May 9-14
—The Family History Trail, May 9-14
—Unframing Art, May 9-15
—Howe x Gaia Di Paola, May 9-15
—Pots for Daily Use, May 10-14
Coal Drops Yard is a shopping destination and foodie hotspot, where design meets fashion and craftsmanship is celebrated.
Discover some of the world’s most exciting fashion, lifestyle and homeware brands in an extraordinary canal-side setting, just a short walk from King’s Cross and London St. Pancras stations.
While you’re at Coal Drops Yard, why not take part in these workshops, installations and experiences?
—Wherever I Lay My Hat, May 9-15
—Weaving Residency with Maria Sigma, May 9-15
—Bespoke Candle Making Workshop, May 12
Take part in these London Craft Week events and experiences by booking your tickets here.
Hope to see you there!
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