Twenty somethings proudly stand by their products and chat to the other stall holders. The range is diverse: green beauty products, ethnic jewelry, club fashion and even art. It's not exactly a space age concept (it even reminds us of London's Kensington Market back in the day) but this ‘communal shopping experience' is pretty unique for this area.

Tucked close to the hidden Nom De Guerre street fashion boutique and the more mainstream Atrium, the store should encourage some decent footfall from hipsters and tourists alike.

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