Gifts that keep giving
Shop the sustainable way
Lovers of all things ethical can shop over 40 sustainable brands in November with the ‘purposeful marketplace’ curated by fair-trade brand Know the Origin. Plus, the lovely W+W Workshop are returning for a 2-week pop-up with more gorgeous handmade candles and soaps in festive fragrances perfect for gifts.
Shop to your heart’s content in Brighton’s first Help Refugees pop-up shop where you can buy essential items for refugee projects and help fundraise by purchasing the iconic Choose Love tee.
WRAPPED WITH LOVE
No need to worry about paper cuts this Christmas; bring all your presents to our Choose Love gift wrapping service and have them beautifully wrapped (the sustainable way) for a donation toward Help Refugees.
THE BIG FUNDRAISER
Join us on Saturday 8th December for the big event with a live DJ, raffle draw with lots of amazing prizes to be won, plus enjoy a Crumbs Brewing beer while you shop and help fundraise for this amazing charity.
FESTIVE GIFT SHOPS
Pick up something for everyone on your list with our pop-up gift shops. Featuring homemade crafts, jewellery, homeware and prints by Brighton-based designers including Stoats and Weasels, HelloDodo, Desingosaur and Bousham.
WINTER COCKTAILS, TREATS AND CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
For a cosy browse down the narrow lanes of Brighton, find your Christmas spark on Dukes Lane.
The Fashion Revolution Comes To Dukes Lane
Calling all lovers of ethical fashion - the fashion revolution is joining Dukes Lane with pop-up shops and panels talks hosted by some of Brighton's eco-warriors....
A Taste of Brighton Found at Holly’s Kitchen
This month's 'Meet the Street' we're talking to Holly’s Kitchen; the Lane's family-run café which has been going strong for four years, and which Holly herself best describes as mixing tradition with modern....
Thank you for Choosing Love!
For this year's Christmas fundraiser, Dukes Lane launched Brighton's first Help Refugees charity pop-up shop! You Brightonian's are certainly a generous bunch and helped us raise over £5,000 of funds and essential refugee items in just 4 days!
Thread: The Fabric of Brighton
Thread opened their doors in November 2013, with the mission to introduce Brighton to new and exciting brands.
We went behind the scenes to find out more about Chris, who founded Thread with his brother Mark, and Gwilym, Thread’s store ma...
Timeless Fashion Found at Farah
This month's 'Meet the Street', we sat down with Mani, manager of Dukes Lane’s Farah, who gave us the rundown on the latest Autumn trends and why he loves the brand....