London’s vibrant pop-up scene is getting more worthwhile by the minute. One of the latest additions to the ever flourishing pop-up flora is Eley Kishimoto’s store that is located a stone’s throw from Carnaby Street. Housing both current season stock and a selection of archive samples, the store is kitted out in typical Eley Kishimoto style, where poems adorn the walls and quirky catwalk props infuse yet further charm to the interior silhouette. Initially, the plan was to close the store a few weeks after its September launch, but since the venture has been so well received, it will stay put until January 2010.

—Emma Holmqvist