RIGBY AND MAC
has three award-winning lifestyle stores: the Dulwich trader in West Dulwich, Tomlinsons in Dulwich Village and ed in East Dulwich. Each shop has a different style and products but the key values remain the same – excellent and personal service and a unique, eclectic edit of beautiful homeware, fashion and gifts.
41 Northcross Road, SE22 9ET
The Dulwich Trader is at 9-11 Croxted Road, SE21 8SZ
Tomlinsons, 89 Dulwich Village, SE21 7BJ
ANSPACH AND HOBDAY
Kindergarten pals Jack Hobday and Paul Anspach started their craft beer brand Anspach and Hobday in 2013, and were the joint-fourth brewers to move onto the Bermondsey Beer Mile. The pair, who also run the Pigeon bar on Camberwell Church Street, have begun canning their beers to reduce their carbon footprint. You can buy beer and merchandise from their online store. Check out their website for updates on takeaway/collection/delivery and updates on their taproom during These Strange Times.
Anspach and Hobday is at 118 Druid St,
SE1 2HH | Phone: 020 8617 9510.
RAYS OF HOPE NECKLACE, £135
Alex Monroe’s jewellery has adorned many a leading lady, including BBC’s Doctor Foster and the first female Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker. The Camberwell local’s global brand is now stocked in 160 stores in the UK including Liberty and John Lewis. Alex opened his flagship store in Snowfields nine years ago, after outgrowing his studio in Kennington’s Iliffe Yard.
37 Snowsfields, SE1 3SU
South of the river native, fashion designer Randell Sergeant founded premium outerwear company Serran London in 2013. His team produces handcrafted, sustainable textiles from Bermondsey’s old biscuit factory.
Almond Studios, Biscuit Factory,
100 Drummond Road, SE16 4DG
South-East London Tea Set, £25 / Elephant and Castle Print, £55
Every purchase you make from the Southbank Centre store helps support the world-famous multi-venue arts centre, a place where people experience world-class art and culture, that stimulates, inspires, educates and amazes.