Workshops & Events


From 3rd November 2019 until April 2020, we will host a pop-up shop on Monmouth Street in Covent Garden’s Seven Dials. Our own-label apparel will be displayed alongside a curated edit of accessories and homeware by boutique brands.

We will present both L.F.Markey womenswear and the newly launched menswear line.

Pop-up shop opening times:

Monday to Saturday: 10am till 7pm

Sunday: 12pm till 5pm

L.F.Markey Pop Up Shop, 31 Monmouth Street, WC2H 9DD

Gift Wrapping Workshop with Lavender Home

Wednesday 4th December, from 6.30 pm till 8.30 pm

Location: L.F.Markey Dalston Store, 58 Dalston Lane, E8 3AH London


We will be hosting a Holiday gift wrapping workshop in our East London store, taught by an origami and paper craft specialist from Lavender Home.

In this two hour workshop you will be taught basic, clean wrapping methods for a square/rectangle object, an item of clothing and an object with a cylindrical side. You will then be taught two specialised wrapping techniques to be used on a square/rectangle object and an item of clothing. After the wrapping methods have been taught, you will move on to learning how to accessorise your wrapped gifts using an array of materials from ribbons, tissue paper as well as handmade origami and paper craft decorations. 
All materials will be provided. Please bring along at least one gift you would like to be wrapped in specialised, patterned Japanese Yuzen Washi Paper at the end of the workshop. You can bring up up to three more gifts to have the chance to wrap them in standard wrapping paper.

Perfume Making Workshop with Maya Njie

Thursday 23rd January, from 6.30 pm till 8.30pm

Location: L.F.Markey Dalston Store, 58 Dalston Lane. E8 3AH London


Perfumer Maya Njie, has created a range of five gender neutral fragrances, all inspired by her Swedish and West African heritage. 

Maya offers unique bespoke perfume blending workshops ideal for in immersion into the craft of fragrance making.

During this introductory perfume workshop guests will learn about the basic structures and explore a variety of natural and synthetic ingredients that are commonly used in perfumery.

Each participant will receive a kit containing a 20ml glass dropper bottle to  blend their own fragrance along with a 7.5ml vial to decant into.

The workshops provide an informative chance to learn the art of fragrance blending whilst creating their own bespoke scent.

*Important: Please be aware that we will be working with diluted ingredients commonly used in perfumery and some contain allergens (many of which are naturally occurring in essential oils). There will be a declaration of these as part of the course introduction, if you have sensitive skin please take this into consideration and consult your doctor beforehand if unsure.