Seven Dials Pop Up Shop

Our Seven Dials pop-up shop is now closed. Thank you to everyone that visited and supported our first ever pop-up shop! We loved bringing a taste of the Caribbean to the streets of London. It was so amazing to meet our lovely customers in person, your support and kind words are so appreciated 😊 Although the Summer 2021 pop-up shop is over, we can't wait to see you again at makers markets and events soon. Be sure to follow @tiharasmith on Instagram and sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know about any future events and projects. 

Pop-Up Shop Highlights

If you were not able to visit the pop-up shop whilst we were open, we've put together some of the highlights here so you can still experience our tropical oasis - even if it is through a screen! 
Image of Tihara standing in the door of a blue shop on Neal Street, London with the Tihara Smith logo at the top.
Here is our amazing blue pop-up shop at 37 Neal Street! It was great to be lined up on the iconic London street for five-weeks between brands Subdued and Ollie Quinn.
Image of front interior of Tihara Smith pop-up shop with Tihara Smith logo on the wall.
In celebration of Notting Hill Carnival weekend we hung Caribbean Island flags in-store, but loved them so much we kept them up throughout the rest of our time in Seven Dials. So many people came in specifically because they saw their flag represented in Central London. It was so special to be able to do this, as Caribbean islands are often overlooked but we were able to highlight them throughout our time in the pop-up shop.
Image of interior of Tihara Smith pop-up shop with greeting cards on wall on left-hand side.
Our greeting card wall was the first thing you saw when coming into the pop-up shop featuring all our Caribbean inspired, tropical greeting cards! Some of the favourites included the Don't Worry Card and Love You Like Ackee & Saltfish Card.
Image of different guest brand founders we had in the pop-up shop
Whilst in the pop-up shop, we were joined by amazing guest brands Kam Creates - who showcased their colourful jewellery and offered tropical manicures; Windrush Bay who were highlighting their tropical fruit and veg boxes and sold a selection of their quintessential Caribbean ingredients plus Bami London who presented their handmade leather accessories.
Image of t-shirts on a clothing rail. The back of t-shirt says 'Take Me To The Islands'.
We debuted our four tropical tees at the pop-up shop, perfect for a laid-back look paired with your favourite denim. Favourites included the Take Me to the Islands Tee and Dip Dye Palm Trees Tee
Image of Neal Street, London with Tihara Smith pop-up shop on the right side.
Another look at the Tihara Smith pop-up shop on Neal Street besides Ollie Quinn, Skinny Dip and Astrid & Miyu.

Pop-Up Shop TikTok Video

Check out this TikTok tour of our Seven Dials pop-up shop, and follow @tiharasmith on TikTok to see more!


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