camden interchange london blog
Long-time blog followers will be pretty familiar with my love for Camden Market. A visit is a weekly – if not more frequent – eventually and one I never tire of. Having recently started looking for a coworking space, nay, the right coworking space, Camden Interchange was my logical first stop.

The new ‘Triangle’ space is part of the rapidly expanding Interchange portfolio and contains small offices for start-ups as well as a stunning coworking space with panoramic views of London Town. My proximity to Camden also means the space is just a morning run away (Interchange fit fam-friendly lockers and shower facilities).

My first day in the space featured a decadent lunch meeting at Gilgamesh (dangerously connected to the coworking space), a solid nine hours of productivity, and an end of day visit to Wines of Argentina’s pop-up event celebrating Malbec World Day.

If you’re a fellow foodie, Interchange might be the best and worst thing to ever happen to you.

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camden interchange london blog
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Solomon’s Yard, Camden Market

Though I have been on the proverbial road (slash sky) for an obscene slice of the last three months, each time I return to London I find myself as exhilarated and entertained as I am while travelling.

This is thanks – in large part – to the never-ending variety of ‘things to do’ in the city; the current highlights, of which, you’ll find below…

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Good morning, loved ones! Today, I am very excited to unveil this wonderful video project with Camden Market and take you on an authentic cobblestoned tour through some of my favourite places to eat, shop, and play.

For a local look at one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, watch the video – above!

Places featured – in order:
Cereal Killer Cafe (Lucky Charms, Cinnabon cereal, and peanut butter drops with almond milk)
The Camden Watch Company
Lantana (soy flat white)
General Eyewear
Belly N’Bao (bao bun)
Chia (chicken and halloumi salad box)
Cookies and Scream (vegan ice cream sandwich)
Collectif Vintage
Half Hitch Gin Distillery

What I Wore:
Hair – Blow dry from Show Dry (their beautiful blow dries are some of very few which last 3+ days – even after running around and trying on multiple dresses!)
Clothes – Cape, boots and gloves from F&F / Vintage checked dress (similar here)

Videographer & Editing – Leanne Meurer