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NY Night Train Soul Clap & Dance Off hits London

poster for New York Night Train Soul Clap & Dance Off
Ops&Ops are going back to our roots this weekend as our dear friend and ace DJ Jonathan Toubin brings his New York Soul Clap and Dance Off to London Town. Brilliant music and non-stop dancing – it's what Ops&Ops were made for. Jonathan's Soul Clap and Dance Off events are legendary in New York, where he spins night-long sessions of r'n'b and soul 45s – many of them rare and forgotten – from the 1950s and 1960s. A big part of the bash is the dance contest. Any one can take part and pony like boney maroney, do the mash potato, alligator or any steps they choose for the judges. Expect the unexpected, too. You never know who you'll bump into. Ops&Ops joined in last time we were in NYC, and Teri danced her...

Summer in the city – Ops&Ops in N1

Summer in the city – shop front at POPUP@N1
So summer is officially here and Ops&Ops are celebrating with a sunny sojourn – we're on sale at POPUP@N1, a collective of independent brands in Islington, north London. At POPUP@N1 you'll find a limited selection of our No10 styles and latest No13 slides, alongside a curated collection of fashion, jewellery and skincare labels. Among them, browse Justine Tabak's boho-inspired dresses and tops; P.i.C Style's locally sourced and made capsule edit; Susy Harper's brilliantly cut separates; and 58 Lifestyle's handcrafted, dreamy products. Out and about in Islington over the next few weeks? POPUP@N1 is open seven days a week, and Ops&Ops will be on sale there through 16 July. Go check it out. POPUP@N1 99 Essex Road, London N1 2SJ Mon-Wed: 11am-6pm Thur: 11am-7pm Fri-Sat: 10am-6pm Sun: 11am-5pm

Ops&Ops Make Return to Redchurch Street Pop-Up

Return to Redchurch Street Pop-Up flyer
Ops&Ops are delighted to make a return to Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, with another spring pop-up shop. All of our latest and transitional styles will be available, including our Miami collection patent No10s and No11; our newest No12 boot in Opaque White, and our brand new No13 leather slides. We will also have sale and sample styles, starting from just £50. Do pop along and see us! Ops&Ops Pop-Up 67 Redchurch Street London E27DJ April 20 – 30 Daily: 10am – 7pm Sunday: 11am – 6pm  

Designer Pop-Up – Modern Theory: 21-26 March

Modern Theory pop-up flyer
Come and join us at Modern Theory pop-up! Ops&Ops are one of four designers in this exclusive collaboration offering a neat edit of contemporary wardrobe additions from London's most independent accessory designers – PIPÉT, M.Hulot, Marian Ripoll Vaquer and Ops&Ops. Experience clean lines, statement prints and the beautiful workmanship that goes into each of the scarves, bags and leather goods  jewellery and Ops&Ops' footwear on offer. Enjoy the opportunity to buy direct from us and the other labels and receive exclusive discounts in store – we will be selling our latest, Miami-inspired collection and transitional styles with 10% off – as part of this special designer pop-up. See you there! Modern Theory Pop-Up The Showcase, Craft Central 33-35 St Johns Square London EC1M 4DS March 21-26 11am-7pm 10am-5pm – Sat & Sun...

Go-Go Boots – are Go!

Go-Go boots. They're up there with Dorothy’s red slippers, Roger Vivier’s Pilgrim pumps and Audrey Hepburn’s Penny Loafers in footwear folklore. Not just an icon of the 1960s, go-go boots are among the most iconic shoe and boot trends of the 20th century. André Courrèges was the magician who introduced the go-go boot.  A white mid-calf boot with a flat black heel, they anchored his space-age look first sent down the catwalk in 1964. The boots were made from leather, matte and patent, vinyl or PVC. Styles had either a cut-out around the top or pleated detail. An instant hit, they defined both the youthquake movement of the time, and the sophisticated look of French stars such as Catherine Deneuve. Where did the name come from?  Theories abound....

Help show support for Macmillan – and treat yourself

Salvador Dalí and Brigitte Bardot, support for Macmillan
On Tuesday 6 December, the annual  Macmillan Celebrity Christmas Stocking auction takes place at London's Park Lane Hotel. This glittering event raises money to support the charity that helps thousands of cancer patients and their families every year. The evening is hosted by Rufus Hound with Sophie Ellis-Bextor headlining and is all about having a fun time while making as much as possible for the charity. Throughout the night, guests will have the chance to bid on a silent auction. Here, prizes range from Michelin Star lunches, jewellery, holidays and Ops&Ops. There is also a live auction taking place that allows guests to bid on Christmas stocking wishlists of celebrity supporters. This year those who have donated include Michelin star chef Nathan Outlaw and former athlete Colin Jackson. Ops&Ops are proud to support Macmillan, but we'd...

Sale! Final Weekend at Shoreditch Pop-Up!

No12 Boots on sale at pop-up
Sale Time! We're back at Shoreditch with Ops&Ops second pop-up shop this year. And as as hit our final weekend, we're offering 10% off until closing time – 5pm, Sunday 6 November. Find our signature No10 all-leather flats, including our latest autumn palette  — Mustard and Teal patent leather, Mink, Cocoa and Indigo suede. And, currently exclusive to the shop, our brand-new No12 ankle boots in super soft, grainy Matte Black and shimmery Moon Dust leathers; and No11 block heel in Black patent and Mink suede. We have sample and sale shoes starting at just £60 a pair, and the chance to enter a count-the-shoehorn compettion to win a pair of No10s. We'd love for you to join us! Ops&Ops Pop-Up 11 Calvert Avenue London E2 7JP 11am-6pm – Sunday 6 November to 5pm...

You Say You Want A Revolution?

You Say You Want A Revolution opener
Excited? On hearing news of the V&A's latest blockbuster show You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966 - 1970, we were ecstatic! It's a subject right up our street and we were thrilled to be invited along to the opening. Laid out in six sections, with an accompanying soundtrack, it explores the political and cultural revolution of the time mostly spearheaded by youth – in 1966, half the US population was under 25, and in Britain baby boomer teenagers were in their millions. It begins with a scene-setting collection of press cuttings, mags and pics showing how the foundations for change were laid before moving to the first room: a recreation of Carnaby Street, reflecting 'Swinging London' as a centre of fashion, music and art. Next up is a focus on the growing counter culture of the...

Neon Wonderland

Las Vegas Neon Museum: Shoe
Casinos, the strip, wedding chapels, shows … Las Vegas is not short on tourist attractions, but top of our list is the Neon Museum. We took a trip there when we were last in Vegas, exhibiting at the FN Platform show, and just loved it A visual feast of a slice of Vegas history, packed with signs and neon that at one time illuminated Vegas, both literally and spiritually. The Stardust, Sahara, Algiers, Tropicana … exotic names and futuristic motifs from when the city was a mecca for the good, the bad and the ugly. They are, unsurprisingly, dazzlingly familiar. Seen countless times in films and books, it is slightly surreal to see them up close. Really close. The neon museum is no ordinary museum and none of these signs is behind glass....

Up on the Roof

Dawn up on the roof
We stopped by Dawn O'Porter's roof-top fashion pop-up on Wednesday evening and had a ball at an event to raise money for Breast Cancer Care at the wonderful Gardening Society. DJ Gemma Cairney got the party started with some great music as guests were treated to ice-cold fizz and delicious nibbles – courtesy of B.O.B's Lobster. But best of all were the racks and rails of BOBbyDOP's classic collections and vintage-tastic clothes to try and buy! Dawn looked fabulous in a navy polka-dot dress and Bumper Car Red Ops&Ops, and she worked tirelessly styling and helping people choose the right outfit – her knack of knowing what will suit and fit perfectly in seconds is uncanny. Lots of Dawn's glamorous friends, including actress Ophelia Lovibond, in Bumper Car Blue No10s, Edith Bowman, Caroline Flack and The Tootsie Rollers turned up...
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