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Nothing but Navy in Shoreditch

March 16, 2012 by Mel

Following the success of the first Nothing but Navy pop-up shop in Stroud, Gloucestershire in December 2011, NBN is coming to London.

NBN is a brand formed by Central Saint Martins graduate Gem Waggett from a love of the colour navy. The brand currently exists online at www.nothingbutnavyshop.com but will also be featuring at selected pop-up venues throughout 2012.

Items for sale include carefully selected homewares, limited edition artworks and navy one-offs that have been sourced from a range of locations including Paris and America. A number of goods are also available from established brands that produce specific navy items such as Armor Lux, Falcon Enamelware and Moleskine. The brand is unisex, appeals to all ages and has prompted positive response, featuring in the Financial Times 'How to Spend It' list and Selvedge Magazine.

The next navy venture will be held in the annexe of Luna and Curious at 24-26 Calvert Avenue, Shoreditch E2 7JP from Friday 30th March to Wednesday 4th April from 11am to 6pm.

Previewing will take place on Thursday 29th March from 6pm to 8.30pm, all welcome.