Influenced by King's Road in its heydays, this new London boutique creates a nostalgic sphere, selling re-made vintage items alongside in-house art exhibitions and music gigs.
On our minds is The Bee’s Sneeze, a new London boutique that takes a stance against mass consumerism through nostalgia. Influenced by the boutiques around King’s Road during its 60s and 70s heydays, The Bee’s Sneeze sells ethically re-made vintage clothing, antique jewellery and music memorabilia alongside in-store art exhibitions and music gigs in their quest to recreate a nostalgic, culturally rich shopping experience that takes a step back from the frenzied consumption of today. We love this retro haven and their selection of rare vintage tees especially. Visit the webshop here.
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