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The Collective is a pop-up concept created by three London-based independent brands, ONE Essentials, Maalo Jewellery and Saywood Studio to showcase brands who are joining our mission to create a world with products that are considerate of both people and planet.

Each event houses a curation of independent brands, featuring clothing, jewellery, bags, homeware and scent, with a contemporary and sustainable, lifestyle aesthetic in a boutique store experience. Each time bringing the experience to a local high street hub to engage with consumers in their local community.

Look out for our upcoming events here.


Learn more about our partner brands

About Saywood Studio: A Walthamstow based purpose-led slow fashion brand creating beautiful edits of wardrobe staples, such as shirts and shirtdresses, elevated through colour and unexpected detail to make each piece unique. Established by Harriet Saywood-Belisario, who has worked as a designer in the fashion industry for over twelve years. Ethically made in small batches in London and Europe from responsibly sourced materials, designed to be worn and re-worn. Featured in Vogue and Wonderland magazine.

About Maalo Jewellery: Maalo is a conscious slow-fashion jewellery created by East London based, but Mexican born designer Montserrat Alonso.  Maalo produces made-to-last seasonless pieces for handmade from recycled silver, recycled gold and responsibly sourced gemstones either by herself in London or a small team of artisans in her hometown in Mexico. Stocked in Harvey Nichols.

As part of The Collective we work a groups of brands to bring a different edit to each event.  Previous pop-ups have included:

BEEN London
have been creating 
premium accessories made entirely from discarded materials handmade in London for the last 5 years. Working in the last remaining leather bag factory BEEN London have have a real, measurable impact on the fashion industry by proving that waste can become beautiful, inside and out.

Pala Eyewear  Pala Eyewear is an award-winning ethical eyewear brand. Producing seasonless, enduring and responsible frames to stand the test of time. Pala frames are handcrafted in Italy, biodegradable and produce 54% less Co2 than high street alternatives. On a mission to see the world better, Pala donates 4% of every order to fund life-changing eyecare projects in Africa... that’s equivalent to 2 children receiving eye tests and glasses. of London Inspired by the wild herbs found in mountains and valleys afar, used in traditional local and folk remedies, each fragrance has been formulated to evoke memories of distant lands and create a space of tranquillity. Always handcrafted in small batches out of their Hackney Wick workshop, of London creates mood-elevating fragrances with the use of natural oils and plant-based ingredients to harness the power of nature.

Riz Board Shorts are pioneering in sustainable swimwear in the UK. 
Champion the change in creating things and buying things made from recycled materials, that will last a really long time and then be recycled at the end of life.  For over ten years, Riz have been making our shorts from recycled fabric, made from recycled plastic bottles.

OHMU Knitwear  
OMHU, creates beautiful long-lasting pieces for you to enjoy and treasure.An OMHU garment is produced locally with care. We do so in a way that is environmentally friendly, caring for and learning from yarn producers and knitters. Our pieces improve with wear and will become your favourite classic for everyday.

Knox Ceramics Sophie Knox is a Leyton-based ceramicist, focused on creating functional and unique ceramic pieces from reclaimed clay. Born from a desire to experiment and create, each unique piece has been carefully hand-crafted using one of a variety of techniques including throwing, hand-building, coiling and slab-building. As a result, no two pieces are ever identical.  

Ranj: Ranjit Dhaliwal (RANJ), is a designer-maker of ceramics, who works out of his studio in East London. His practice is influenced by the forms of modern European studio pottery, married with a bright colour palette that is inspired by his Indian heritage. His work has been featured in The Guardian and The Observer and can be found in the Crafts Council’s directory of makers.

Studio Zagara  was created to redefine the concept of nostalgia and exploration for both the new and seasoned design enthusiast alike, via a curation of vintage and antique homewares.  The studio stands for appreciating the wealth of intriguingly crafted objects that teach us about the history of the world and the way we lived in it, with the aim to distance from linear economy and discourage excess production, negative environmental impact and over-consumption.


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