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Issue 1 POP-ID

Following a very exciting summer of 69 events and pop ups, our team at FoundPop wanted to thank all of the Brands, Agents, Agencies and Landlords we’ve partnered with so far in what has been a very good first half of 2022!

POP-ID is our new monthly roundup with news, highlights and information. Choosing which events or pop-ups to highlight has not been easy, and we have many more cool, innovative and trendy stories to share.

To ensure you don’t miss a beat – follow us on our socials or join our LinkedIn page which we will be filling up over the coming weeks with plenty of news!

The simply 'must go'

The simply 'must go'

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Sticking with the bright and colourful this summer, our range of retail rental furniture was bespoke wrapped for the first in a series of Rohm Store pop-up s at Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross London. 

Adding an extra splash to showcase a range of delicious and beautiful artisanal foods, drinks, and accessories from extraordinary producers in the local neighbourhood.

Coal Drop’s Yard monthly market, The Drops also returned this summer, featuring some of the UK’s hottest up-and-coming designers! 

Market stall owners pick what they need from our range or rails, desks, shelves and plinths to best display their wares.   

The fashion 'must watch'

FoundPop once again had the privilege to work with the organisers of the London Graduate Fashion Week this year.

Helping set up the exhibition area with our egoless furniture within the brand-new Dome was a definite summer highlight!

Keep an eye out for yet another talented group of graduates shaping the future of fashion.

The Summer 'must have'

Forget loungewear, this summer’s ‘must have’ fashion item was the airy and comfortable Kaftan/Caftan.

From fashion runway to influencer TikTok, they stole the show!

FoundPop’s rails have never looked so colourful showcasing Pippa Holt’s stunning eco-conscious creations at her London Trunk Show!

The summer 'must give'

Our highlight of the summer was Chelsea and England midfielder, Mason Mount, a special “MOUNT-chandise” pop-up shop in Central London this July. 

The 700 Nike pieces with special Mason Mount branding offered to fans raised an incredible £36,000 for Together for short lives charity!


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The 'must have been epic'

This summer FoundPop rocked alongside a couple of epic music pop-ups including the Volcom Entertainment collaboration with Pearl Jam and The Pixies in Shoreditch. Limited products and an insane amount of passionate fans from all over the globe showed up.

While the Represent x Liam Gallagher Manchester pop-up had a queue around the block and 9 hours of constant sales of their exclusive merchandise. 


The 'must buy' trade show

FoundPop’s full product range was used at Just Around the Corner‘s trade shows held in both Freight Island, Manchester and Truman Brewery, London.  

The calibre of exhibitors and buyers for JATC is very impressive and we are excited to be working on 2023 plans together.

A snapshat of brands from Manchester included Alpha Industries, Ben Sherman, Berghaus, Camper, Caroline Svedbom, Chalk, Colour Nude, Dea Kudibal, Fransa, Ichi, Jovanna, Kickers, Komodo, Laines, Levis, Liverpool Jeans, Lois, MSCH Copenhagen, Odd Molly, Original Penguin, People Tree, Remus Uomo, Roka, Sergio Tacchini, Skechers, Suncoo, Superga and Terrace Cult…to name but a few!