Design Junction is a contemporary design show held during London Design Festival. Next edition will open on September 18. Beloved e-store (and partner) molly-meg will show there for the first time with a selection of their best products.

London is going to be packed with cool events all over the city next week, with 100% Design, Tent London, events in show rooms, spaces and museums. If you visit and wonder what you shouldn’t miss, make sure to mark Design Junction in your diary. The space is central and very lively with a good product mix and great vibes/food.

Molly-meg be part of Mid-Century Design, showing a the following products and brands : Light boxes by Leal, cushions, toys and blankets by Lucky Boy Sunday, Vintage furniture and toys from the 1950s/60s including Harry Bertoia and Isamu Noguchi, Knitted taxidermy heads by Sincerely Louise, Lamps and woodland dolls by Lapin & Me, Wall stickers By Nathalie Lété, Hand painted wooden Nesting dolls by wee gallery, Skateboard shelves by Lecons de Choses, Bird lights by Almas Room, Neon Letter lights by Seletti, Animal hooks All lovely stuff, Personalised hooks  by Qubis.

Molly Price of molly-meg has also teamed with the V&A Museum of Childhood for a fun day of  free workshops for kids on Saturday 14th September. The workshops will include :

Colourful character workshop with Corby Tindersticks
Monster making with Donna Wilson
Animal drawings and T-shirt design with Ketchup on Everything
Knitting a patchwork quilt with Sincerely Louise
Playshapes with Millergoodman
Qubis Randoms (mini sculptures) with Qubis
Design challenge with IO Kids Design

Visit the V&A Museum of childhood website for more details. There will be a pop-up market too so it’s recommended to bring some spending money ;-). Little treasures you buy will be put in a cute bag especially designed for the occasion by Corby Tinderstick for molly-meg. See you there!