Our Autumn Edit
Seasonal treats not to miss in and around Old Spitalfields Market this autumn including food, fashion and lifestyle.
As the nights draw in here’s our hand-picked selection of autumnal wonders from around the Market.
Vintage Sheepskin Coats – Walconcept
There was a point at the peak of summer where we thought we would never need a coat again, but with winter around the corner it’s officially time to start layering up. Walconcept in the Market have an incredible selection of high-quality vintage finds, including these Sheepskin RAF Aviators jackets, which tick all of our style and warmth boxes.
Limited Edition Biscoff Wheelcakes – Wheelcake Island
If, like us, this seasonal shift has you reaching for the carbs, Wheelcake Island have a seasonal special set to hit the spot. For a limited time you can get one of this fluffy Taiwanese pancakes filled with Lotus Biscoff, created in collaboration with @manvirreats. Warning: Stopping at one is almost impossible.
Wabi Sabi by Beth Kempton – InSpitalfields
Move over Hygge, these a new lifestyle concept in town. Wabi Sabi is a captivating concept from Japanese aesthetics, based on the ability to see beauty in imperfection, appreciate simplicity and accept the transient nature of all things. This timeless wisdom encourages you to slow down, reconnect with nature, and be gentler on yourself. The highly recommend curling up with under a blanket with Beth Kempton’s guide to this concept, with roots in zen.
Stine Goya Golden Velvet Dress – The Mercantile London
Autumn is the new party season and in our book that warrants a new party dress. This golden velvet gown from Stine Goya is a seasonal dream, combining style, comfort and a hemline that won’t have you hiding from the wind. It forms part of independent shop Mercantile’s carefully chosen autumn collection, a visual delight that will have you happily packing away those sundresses in favour of something a little more substantial.
Dolled-up Dahl – High Mood Food
The new seasonal menu at vegecetric High Mood Food sees light summery salads replaced by warming wonders like their Dolled-up Dahl. Good for gut health, light, but filling, this colourful dish of homemade dahl comes with toasted sourdough and topped with all sorts of treats including curried coleslaw kraut, activated dukka and living hot sauce dressing.
Tibet Shawls – The Little Tibet London
This regular market stall supporting indigenous Himilayan craftsman has all sorts of colourful creations to tempt. Their beautiful Tibetan shawls can be thrown over any outfit, adding elegance and all important warmth, and are available in a huge range of stunning styles and patterns.