Nottingham born designer Emma Britton is delighted to reveal that she has been offered a Pop-Up shop in the Nottingham branch of John Lewis later this month.
She will be launching a brand new elegant glassware collection called Silver Birch all decorated in her local studio in Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Customers to the John Lewis store will be the first to see and buy the new glassware. Emma will also have examples of her stunning splashback designs on display.
Emma’s Pop-Up will be open for business from 24th-30th May at John Lewis Nottingham in the Victoria Centre. It’s incredibly exciting as Emma celebrates the 10th anniversary of her business in 2021 to have this fantastic opportunity. The Great British Pop-Up is an initiative created and managed by The Great British Exchange Team who provide retail opportunities to independent brands.
Emma looks forward to welcoming and meeting customers, unveiling her new designs and will be on hand to answer any questions related to splashbacks, all designed and made here in the UK.
John Lewis welcome independent brands and makers into their stores and resonates with their commitment to champion new designers and bring exciting new products to their customers. Empowering independent brands and makers and the high street, “It’s a huge honour to be able to showcase my work as an independent British designer in such a respected and world famous store, at the heart of British shopping, quality and customer service” Emma said. “It’s also a brilliant initiative created by The Great British Exchange Team.”