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East London Design Show 2012

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The East London Design Show returns to Shoreditch Town Hall on 6-9 December, for another year of hassle-free Christmas shopping.

The East London Design Show (or ELDS) is an annual event that brings together the best of the UK's independent product, interior and jewellery designers, all under one roof, in Shoreditch, just before Christmas.

ELDS is ‘the’ event to discover tomorrow’s talent today, with over 38 brand new designers joining us this year - many launching products, alongside superb design from established and respected designer makers – in glass, ceramics, jewellery, women’s and men’s fashion and accessories, children’s clothing and toys, stationery, home-wares and furniture. So why not join them and take advantage of special show offers and make a day of it!

There will be hundreds of fabulous gift ideas on offer from a whole host of independent designers; from handcrafted jewellery to unique kids toys, contemporary home-ware to clever stocking fillers , come and enjoy shopping for original designer gifts directly from the designers themselves and find something unique for all your friends and family.

With 'D. I. Y. gift making' workshops you can get crafty in, many special show offers and a cafe serving delicious refreshments, you might find you don't need to go anywhere else this Christmas!

For full details of the event check out the East London Design Show website.

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