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Image gallery: The top five London pop-up shops of 2016

From indie pureplays testing the waters for bricks and mortar to major brands launching collaborations, pop-up stores are increasingly all things to all people.

Temporary retail spaces can provide retailers with a platform to launch new products, test out new ideas and help spread brand awareness with relatively little investment. A pop-up shop can vary in size, shape, location and can take up a space for as little as a day or as long as six months.

Drapers looks at five London pop-up shops that used their spaces well, delivered a unique service and made a big impression.














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