Ice Cream Van Pop Up Shop

House of Holland Ice Cream Pop Up Shop
Yes hump day is almost over so we can all now officially say that its almost the weekend, yes I am an optimist. Seeing that it is hump day I think that we are all in need for a little light entertainment.
House of Holland Ice Cream Pop Up Shop
House of Holland founder and fashion designer Henry Holland has transformed a traditional ice cream van, which he has named Mr Quiffy after his famous hairstyle, into a pop-up shop concept in, which he intends to tour Britain with.

House of Holland Ice Cream Pop Up Shop
 Instead of cones and lollies, he will sell a capsule collection of signature polka dots as well as candy stripes and acid brights on headwear, T-shirts, skirts, shorts, accessories and iPhone covers from his House of Holland label. With provocative t-shirt slogans such as “lick me,” the Mr Quiffy’s van will be travelling around London and his hometown of Manchester throughout London Fashion Week.

House of Holland Ice Cream Pop Up Shop
 I think this is such a fun idea and surely other designers will be doing something very similar soon. Mine is a 99 please =D

Day 2………

Our favorite collections from day 2… I think we are going to be spoiled for choice!


Cool pastels mixed with, faux fur, plastic and leather! A winning collection in our eyes.
Eudon Choi

Very cool and very wearable with a fashion edge!
House of Holland

Prints, prints and more prints, with a blue and red colour palette. It stands out from the crowd and we love it!

Issa London

Country style meets city break at Issa London. Loving the mix of fabrics, print and texture. Metallic teal dress with fur trimmed sleeves AMAZING!!! 
John Rocha

Sheer and under-stated never looked so good! Throw in a hit of Victorian ruffles and a muted colour palette and we have John Rocha’s newest collection! Win Win
Kinder Aggugini

Print everywhere! Mixed with pastel blazers gives you an amazing capsule wardrobe

Temperley London

Elegant! Stunning! Beautiful!
Todd Lynn

Very sexy, androgynous look, very wearable. Loving the 2012 version of the Flares, from the knee down!