McNair Shirts will be joining friends including Hiut Denim, Millican Bags, Solid Wood and Do Books (full list below) at a pop-up Christmas market taking place in Borough SE1 on Saturday 28th November.
It is a rare opportunity to come and try on a McNair Shirt 100% made in Yorkshire, including the new streamlined Fell Shirt, two new special release colours of the Mountain Shirt (Camel/Houndstooth and Black), and new merino hats and neck warmers.
The Do Market will bring together some of the most exciting new brands to offer alternative and unique Christmas gifts. As well as the market stalls, there’ll be live music, food from Hobbs House Bakery (you have to try the cheese toasties), great coffee from Allpress Espresso, and mulled wine of course. The market is housed in the stunning Victorian warehouse setting of Lant Street Wines near Borough tube station.
If you haven’t come across ‘Do’ before, it started as a three-day gathering on a remote farm in Wales called The Do Lectures. The idea is a simple one: that people who Do things can inspire the rest of us to go and Do things too. Since 2008, DO has stuck to the same formula: ideas + energy = change.
For the first time, the Do Market has invited a curated collection of brands and their founders to London, and McNair are proud to be among the invitees.
Come and meet McNair Shirts and the other makers at 61 Lant Street, London, SE1 1QN on Saturday 28th November.
The full list of brands present is:
Otter Surfboards: makers of wooden surfboards based in Cornwall on the north Atlantic coast.
Hobbs House Bakery: fifth-generation sourdough bakery run by Tom and Henry Herbert, aka Channel 4’s Fantastic Baker Brothers.
McNair Shirts: Merino shirts manufactured in Yorkshire loved by adventurers worldwide.
Hiut Denim: Hard-wearing jeans made in a small town in Wales. It’s purpose? To get 300 people their jobs back.
Millican: Sustainable bags designed to help you live out your own adventure.
Do Books: beautiful guidebooks designed to inspire you to go and Do. Putting words into action.
Unbound: crowd-funding tomorrow’s bestselling books. Limited edition hardbacks.
Hannah Cousins Prints: traditional linocut techniques creating original artworks.
Solid Wool: stunning furniture and objects made with a newly-invented composite material made from British wool. Designed and made in Buckfastleigh, Devon.
Beer Bods: a beer subscription company and online community. Drink better beer.
The Collector: handmade Vermouth blended from 20 botanicals sourced from The Ethicurean restaurant’s kitchen garden in Somerset.