The London Design Fair 2019 was an especially exciting one because we had the chance to bring our Milk Stand pop-up shop across international waters for the first time! With a cash-and-carry concept, 13 designers and makers came to exhibit their products at our stand. Get to know them here!
Chasing Threads: Fun and functional travel accessories personalized and stitched by you to commemorate your journey.
Goodordering: Everyday bags and gear inspired by Japanese school bags and 80s retro travel bags
Ilex Studio: Witness your acorns and avocado seeds grow into trees. With their magnificent vases, you can be let in on the action.
Les Pieds de Biche: This Belgian team uses color and pattern to modernize everyday objects.
Max ID NY: This New York-based furniture and home accessories designer showcases his studio’s iconic ghost tumblers, home accessories, as well as his latest ceramics collection.
Mean Mail: These hilarious cards tell it like it is and are based on how best friends talk to each other.
Melanie Abrantes: The California-based designer uses the beauty of sustainable materials such as cork and wood to make home accessories shine.
Nadiia x Masha Reve: The tag-team ceramicist and painter duo have set out to highlight the beauty and warmth of Ukrainian pottery.
Promises Promises: They design beautiful, graphic, modern jewelry that’s inspired by architecture.
Rubberband Products: They collaborate with designers all over the world to produce contemporary stationery, furniture, bags, paper products, and toys.
TinyBitz: Scarves, blankets, and cushion covers are personalized to your preferences.
Umasqu: Collections of wall decor that’s inspired by mid-century modern and steampunk cubism.
Zimarty: Experiments with material, form, and scale are behind this architecturally-inspired modern jewelry.