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PLAYLIST

MODFATHER PRESENTS: SUBCULTURE SOUNDS

Wed 16 May

Music is a huge part of life at Modfather Clothing. The family business is owned by father & son, Mario & Daniel Warner. Meaning that the sounds you hear on entering the store span the decades & cover multiple musical genres. The one theme that runs throughout the playlist is the effect & influence these tunes have had on British subcultures. Be it mod staples like Green Onions, early Ska, or an 80's Soul classic with a subtle nod to Camden Town. We describe ourselves as the British heritage lifestyle outfitters & the playlist reflects that:

Playlist

Collectif presents: A Hawaiian Bank Holiday Party

Wed 2 May

One our favourite retro retailers, Collectif are going to heating things up this Saturday with a Hawaiian party in their shop! Wear your best Hawaiian-themed outfit and be ready to party with free prossecco, nibbles and great music in store. Here are some tunes to get you started...

Trader Spotlight

Finding Out More About... Lulu Schnitzel

Fri 6 Apr

Here’s something we didn’t know: schnitzel is a hugely popular street food snack in Israel and so what better addition to The Stables Yard than Lulu Schnitzel, run by Israeli duo Michal, an art therapist and Hilla, a vet.

Market Street Art

Prince comes to Camden Market

Wed 27 Jun

Prince was no stranger to Camden: in fact almost 25 years ago, he set up his very own shop on Chalk Farm Road named Sign O’ The Times, after his 1987 album. People flocked to the shop and queued in the street to see Prince appear on the balcony above the store just before it opened.

MARKET NEWS

BUSK IN LONDON GOES CONTACTLESS

Mon 18 Jun

Thought to be a world first, the visitors that enjoy the Market’s buskers everyday will now have even more ways to show their appreciation, using contactless to give a set amount to the performer. Implemented by Busk in London and iZettle, the card readers are connected to an app, allowing the busker to receive a pre-chosen amount without having to stop playing.

THE AFRICAN MARKET COMPETITION

WIN A MEAL FOR TWO AT SHAKA ZULU

Tue 29 May

To celebrate the first African Market this weekend (2nd June) Shaka Zulu is giving away dinner for two with drinks at their iconic African restaurant, right here in the Market.

PLAYLIST

MODFATHER PRESENTS: SUBCULTURE SOUNDS

Wed 16 May

Music is a huge part of life at Modfather Clothing. The family business is owned by father & son, Mario & Daniel Warner. Meaning that the sounds you hear on entering the store span the decades & cover multiple musical genres. The one theme that runs throughout the playlist is the effect & influence these tunes have had on British subcultures. Be it mod staples like Green Onions, early Ska, or an 80's Soul classic with a subtle nod to Camden Town. We describe ourselves as the British heritage lifestyle outfitters & the playlist reflects that:

Playlist

Collectif presents: A Hawaiian Bank Holiday Party

Wed 2 May

One our favourite retro retailers, Collectif are going to heating things up this Saturday with a Hawaiian party in their shop! Wear your best Hawaiian-themed outfit and be ready to party with free prossecco, nibbles and great music in store. Here are some tunes to get you started...

Trader Spotlight

Finding Out More About... Lulu Schnitzel

Fri 6 Apr

Here’s something we didn’t know: schnitzel is a hugely popular street food snack in Israel and so what better addition to The Stables Yard than Lulu Schnitzel, run by Israeli duo Michal, an art therapist and Hilla, a vet.

Market Street Art

Prince comes to Camden Market

Wed 27 Jun

Prince was no stranger to Camden: in fact almost 25 years ago, he set up his very own shop on Chalk Farm Road named Sign O’ The Times, after his 1987 album. People flocked to the shop and queued in the street to see Prince appear on the balcony above the store just before it opened.

MARKET NEWS

BUSK IN LONDON GOES CONTACTLESS

Mon 18 Jun

Thought to be a world first, the visitors that enjoy the Market’s buskers everyday will now have even more ways to show their appreciation, using contactless to give a set amount to the performer. Implemented by Busk in London and iZettle, the card readers are connected to an app, allowing the busker to receive a pre-chosen amount without having to stop playing.

THE AFRICAN MARKET COMPETITION

WIN A MEAL FOR TWO AT SHAKA ZULU

Tue 29 May

To celebrate the first African Market this weekend (2nd June) Shaka Zulu is giving away dinner for two with drinks at their iconic African restaurant, right here in the Market.