Earl Grey – This Weeks Tea Sample

Online customers, did you get your Assam sample? Upper St customers, did you get to try the tea in-store?

Last week we introduced Loose Lips Tea (you can see that post here) and told you how both online and Upper St customers could try the tea before they took the plunge with a purchase. We have received plenty of ...

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Setting up for the Tote Bag Workshop

We have spent the evening over at Albam Commercial St setting up for our Tote Bag Workshop and we are pretty much ready for the next four days of bag making!

If you didn’t manage to get a slot with Ray but you’d like to be informed of our future workshops then please drop us a line at

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The Albam Tote Bag Workshop / Update

Just to let you all know that all slots for this weeks Tote Bag Workshop at Spitalfields are full

There has been an amazing response to the workshop and we are sorry that we can’t give more of you the chance to make a Tote Bag with Ray. If we hold more workshops over the coming months we will make ...

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Loose Lips Tea At Albam

Simple, well produced, quality ingredients. Sound familiar?

It’s an ethos we whole heartedly agree with and that’s one of the reasons why we have sold Loose Lips Tea online and at Albam Upper St for a while now. Based in east London and with their teas sourced from across the globe, Loose Lips believe that quality, everyday tea is just ...

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Our Key Seasonal Looks – April Showers

Not sure what to buy this spring? We have selected some key seasonal looks to help you out. For our third and final outfit we are preparing ourselves for the inevitable spring showers.

Do you know what April is famous for? That’s right, showers. Our Vintage Finish Wax Parka is made from a wind proof and shower proof 220g British Waxed Cotton ...

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Old Jeans

Forever In Blue Jeans

After you have forgiven us for making the dreadful Neil Diamond pun, take a look at these old Albam jeans. Sent in by long term Albam customer Desmond Brett, they were bought back in 2007 and are still being worn today (albeit in Desmond’s studio).

Thanks to Desmond for the image and if any more of you have any great ...

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Our Key Seasonal Looks – The Spring Jacket

Not sure what to buy this spring? We have selected some key seasonal looks to help you out. For our second outfit we are taking cues from the warmer weather we’ve had (and will hopefully will continue to have) with some lightweight layers, and one of our recent press features.

If you prefer your sartorial references to be a little more familiar ...

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Our Key Seasonal Looks – Take Ivy

Not sure what to buy this spring? We have selected some key seasonal looks to help you out. First up, we are taking inspiration from the Ivy League.

Our Made in England Chinos are designed to be worn slightly shorter so they sit above the shoe. Although this kind of look has been popularised more over recent years, its a ...

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The Schwitters Bomber in GQ

Did you see our Schwitters Bomber in this months GQ?

As we are now officially in to spring jacket territory, it is a great option if you are looking for a lightweight jacket that is a bit different from the norm.

It is made from English cord, giving it a textural difference to many of the other spring jackets out ...

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Spring Suiting

Sharpen up your suiting options this spring with our new Montmartre Blazer and Taper Chinos.

Wear together with a White Button Down Shirt or new Blue Chambray Artisan to create a contemporary, casual suit that’s just the right weight and look for this time of year.  When its chilly layer up with a Bound Knit Gilet, add a ...

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