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Wolf and Badger Shop Coal Drops Yard

Shop Snoop: Wolf and Badger. If you want to treat yourself to something lovely or buy a gift for that special someone, check out the wonderful Wolf and Badger Shop. This lifestyle store is in London’s hottest shopping district, Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, London N1C.

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Lifestyle Store Interiors

Wolf and Badger Shop Stock

This flagship store and its comprehensive website include a wide selection of ethical, global independent brands. The merchandise consists of women’s fashion, men’s fashion, jewellery, beauty products, homeware, stationery, magazines, bikes, and flowers.

wolf and badger shop coal drops yard magazines


Womenswear brands include clothing by Abigail London, Acephala, Baukjen, Blonde Gone Rogue, Emily Lovelock, Klements and Meem Labels. Key pieces to look out for are rubber coats, leather biker jackets, knitted bodysuits, ruffled maxi skirts and cashmere jumpers. Fashion accessories cover bags, belts, gloves, hats, scarves, shoes, socks, sunglasses and other fabulous items. Jewellery pieces range from watches to earrings and necklaces.

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Womenswear and Jewellery

Menswear brands include Anchor & Crew, Bassigue, Duarte, Imgmarson, Karim Maher, Lords of Harlech and Tobias Clothing. Faded denim shirts, jersey sleeveless zip hoodies, striped blazers, embroidered corduroy trousers, and waterproof windbreaker jackets are some of the fashion finds. There are also plenty of men’s fashion accessories, from Briston watches to Eazo military-style bags.

wolf and badger shop coal drops yard menswear


Beauty buffs can treat themselves to The Absolute Immortal Flower Cream or a Face Revival Cream from Bare Faced Skin. They have many vegan, natural and organic products for your face, body, hair and general wellbeing.

wolf and badger shop coal drops yard beauty products


Unique homeware items range from Abigail Hardie Home velvet cushions and fringed lampshades to Arlette Ess prints and Yummy Home Candles. You can also buy pots, pans, vases, mugs, teapots, plates and other lovely things.

wolf and badger shop coal drops yard homeware


Wolf and Badger Shop Interiors

This sizeable store is over 12,000 square feet with three floors to explore. The ground floor houses men’s and women’s clothing alongside jewellery, stationery, and interior products. You will also find a floristry with beautiful flowers, succulents and cacti. The café serves healthy juices, coffee and snacks.

wolf and badger shop coal drops yard florist


On the first floor, you can buy magazines and more home accessories, including artwork, cushions, mugs and more. The second floor is home to Hicce, a restaurant that cooks dishes over a wood fire. The shop interiors feature brick walls, tiled floors and exposed air conditioning pipes for an industrial touch.

Wolf and Badger Shop Coal Drops Yard Information

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Shop Exterior

For more information about this store and to shop online, go to the Wolf and Badger Website. The shop is located in Coal Drops Yard, behind Kings Cross Station. The store address is Unit 102 Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, London N1C 4DQ. Opening times are Monday to Saturday from 10 am until 8 pm and Sunday from 12 pm until 6 pm. I hope you enjoy your visit!

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Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Thanks, Alan, for visiting with me.