What’s Hot In Lark’s Six London Stores?

Lark, a group of six gift, homewares and fashion shops in south London was recently proclaimed the Best Specialist Multiple Retailer of Gifts in The Greats gift retailing awards and also reached the finals of The Retas 2021 greeting card retailing awards in the Best Non-Specialist Multiple Retailer of greeting cards.

Above: Priya Aurora-Crowe (centre) with The Greats trophy that was presented to her by Helena Mansell-Stopher, founder and ceo of Products of Change, sponsor of the award category. Stuart Goldsmith, host of the event is also pictured.
Above: Priya Aurora-Crowe (centre) with The Greats trophy that was presented to her by Helena Mansell-Stopher, founder and ceo of Products of Change, sponsor of the award category. Stuart Goldsmith, host of the event is also pictured.

Here, Priya Aurora-Crowe, who co-owns the retail group with her husband Dominic shares some of Lark’s best selling greeting card and gift ranges.

Everyday

Across the board from Noi

“Phenomenal! The nude ladies are such fun.”

Above: A design from Noi.
Above: A design from Noi.

Relations & Occasions

Across the board from The Art File

“Huge choice – the Sara Miller designs remain strong.”

Art

Across the board from Lagom

“The company continually reinvents its portfolio.”

Children’s

Paper Shakies and the Foil range from James Ellis Stevens

“Great quality, well produced at a great price.”

Humour

Hey Dude from Meraki

“A winning combo of popular culture and puns.”

Above: A trio of Hey Dude designs.
Above: A trio of Hey Dude designs.

Adult ages

Modern Mister from Tache

“So strong for the tricky male sends.”

Giftwrappings

Across the board from Giftwrap UK

“We love the whole range.”

Gifts

Care Kits from Luckies of London

“These have been so great for those ‘big nights in’.”

Above: One of the Luckies of London Calm Club products.
Above: One of the Luckies of London Calm Club products.

Bag, beaded pouches, eye masks and keyrings from My Doris

“Wonderfully designed.”

Above: A beaded keyring from My Doris.
Above: A beaded keyring from My Doris.

Top: Lark’s Balham store.

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