Slawn’s BeauBeaus café is taking over Ksubi’s Carnaby Street store

Slawn’s BeauBeaus café is taking over Ksubi’s Carnaby Street store

by Juliette Eleuterio
2 min

The streetwear brand Ksubi is celebrating its Carnaby Street store’s first year anniversary, and its guest of honour is the London-based artist, Slawn, and his family-run café, BeauBeaus.

Ksubi will be moving BeauBeaus out of its usual East London quarters, for a special one-day-only pop-up in the heart of Soho. The temporary store-café-hybrid withh serve some of BeauBeaus famous Jollof Rice, as well as “mood drinks,” free of charge.

There will also be limited-edition, collaborative pieces for visitors to pick from. The Ksubi x BeauBeaus 4×4 Biggie Black tees are designed by Slawn himself, and feature bespoke art by him, too, in his signature cartoon-esque graffiti style. The event will also host Onyedi, playing tunes all day long.

Ever since opening up earlier this year, BeauBeaus has become a cornerstone of London’s culture. Whether that’s through the art workshops held in-café or with collaborative events, such as with eBay, Slawn’s spot is an unmissable gem, and so will be this pop-up event.

Head over to 10 Carnaby Street, London, this Saturday, December 2, for some Jollof Rice feasting and some art enjoyment.

Ksubi x BeauBeaus ©

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