Maize Blaze are London’s only naturally gluten free, Colombian street food brand. They’ve been serving up freshly prepared, ethically sourced South American cuisine with explosive flavours since 2014.
Sourcing ethically-traded clothing, accessories and home furnishings from India, South East Asia and beyond, Araucaria also sells a great selection of glass lanterns and specialises in block prints from Bagru, a small village just outside Rajasthan.
An independent womenswear label selling vintage reproduction from the 40s and 50s. Their two floor Camden Market store is fantastic for giving yourself a pin-up girl make-over with Collectif’s wiggle dresses, pencil skirts, nipped-on blouses and capri pants.
Modfather sells clothing for men and women from a range of heritage brands and their market store is littered with 1960s memorabilia, signed scooter helmets, Union Jacks and Mod targets.
An independent book shop specialising in 19th and 20th century classic literature, particularly Penguin publications old and new. Books Iconica sells rare and collectible titles. A hidden gem and somewhere you could easily lose a few hours in browsing.
Our Market Trader winner last year! Clime-it Brothers, now in its third year is going from strength to strength, creating both streetwear and jobs for young people who wouldn’t be offered a chance elsewhere. P.s. The clothes are also climate-friendly, in case you were wondering what the name was about.
The Cheese Bar
The Cheese Bar are turning up the cheese factor with a menu that includes their speciality toastie, as well as fondue, poutine, ice cream and about 35 of their fave cheeses for you customers to try. Yum!
Pamban is an all-day chai and coffee house. As well as freshly-brewed house chai, mix it up with unusual flavour twists, including rose, fudge and mint all served in clay cups. In addition to good drinking, there’s also good eating, with Asian-inspired sweet and savoury treats.
Photo Typewriter blossomed in the Cotswolds on a sunny summer day in July 2011. It’s now based in Camden and it focuses on providing the perfect present for all occasions as every item is unique!
Hand drawn in London for rebels worldwide! Camden Supernova sells their original design clothing, bags, prints and greeting cards. Visitors to the market get to see artist Sonia Arena creating her unique horror and punk inspired ink drawings.
Read the Label is a truly natural skincare company that wants us to be more mindful about the beauty products we use. The brand cheerleads complete transparency of ingredients and is making the task of saying no to the synthetic stuff easy by creating cosmetics from 100% pure vegetable and plant components.
The Arc sells new womenswear inspired by the most glamorous of decades. They stock retro treasures including swing skirts and tea dresses, all handmade in England. They’re also one of our oldest traders and have been in the Market for over 30 years.
Nepali Pure sells handcrafted health and beauty products harnessing the power of Pink and Black Himalayan Salt. They’re all organic and cruelty free!