7e7 and The Winter Shop

We are pleased to present our new concept space! Aptly named 7e7 (short for 7 East 7th Avenue), our Mount Pleasant studio has expanded to house Janaki Larsen Ceramics, Mandula, and is now also the home of The Wild Bunch Floral Studio headquarters. The official public opening of our concept space also happened to be the launch of this year's 'The Winter Shop'. What used to be an annual pop-up above Le Marché St. George has now grown into a bi-annual seasonal launch - and it's our largest one of the year!

We will be open every single day of The Winter Shop. We will be back to our regular hours after the holidays.

Janaki Larsen Ceramics + Mandula + The Wild Bunch

7 East 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
(northeast corner of 7th and Ontario,
kitty corner to the Mount Pleasant Elysian Coffee)


The Winter Shop at 7e7
November 26 - December 24

Monday to Friday: 11 am to 6 pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 10 am to 6 pm

December 24: 10 am to 4 pm

Photographs: Issha Marie


Campesino details... and a simple iced tea (non)recipe.

It's our summer pop-up's final five days! The shop changes a little every single day as we sell out of certain items and bring in new inventory. These final few days will be bittersweet, but this will give us more fuel and inspiration for our next pop-up. Our last day as Campesino also falls on Mother's Day, so if you are still on the hunt for something to give to your dearest mum, drop by the store, or treat her out this Sunday to a visit to the cafe downstairs and the shop upstairs.

We will end this post with a simple (non)recipe featuring Le Troupeau Bénit, a tisane we have sourced from Quebec, handcrafted with a variety of flowers and spices by the nuns of Le Monastère Vierge Marie la Consolatrice. It makes the most refreshing iced tea, and is a perfect beverage to serve on Mother's Day.

Le Troupeau Bénit Cold Brew

1 litre of cold, filtered water
3-5 grams of Le Troupeau Bénit

Infuse the tea in cold water inside a water carafe overnight in your refrigerator. Strain out the leaves the next day and serve in champagne flutes or tea cups.

Shop the Campesino Summer Pop-up Online.

Words and Photographs: Issha Marie

Our first weekend in Campesino

The team has worked long and hard for months to bring our version of Campesino to Vancouver, and the fruits of that labour were most certainly reaped with the overwhelming positive response and turnout from our first weekend!

The first day left the pop-up looking a little barren, but rest assured the pop-up will continue to evolve over the course of its two-week run as we bring in more edibles, clothing, jewelry, and ceramics, so make sure to check back often. New stock will be updated at our online shop as well, for those of us who cannot make it to Vancouver for our annual summer pop-up.

Below are some of the photos I took the day before the pop-up opened to the public. I was unable to take photographs on the first day of the pop-up due to an incredibly packed house; it was madness! But it's a good kind of mad; lots of positive energy and vibes, sunshine, and friendly faces both familiar and new.

Thank you to all of those who came to support us this first weekend and we hope to see you throughout this pop-up's entire run and beyond!

Words and Photographs: Issha Marie