Open from Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm and Saturday from 9am to 6pm

The Koppel Project Baker Street

Le Fix is an innovative Natural Beauty Bar & Concept Store that specialises in premium quality, toxic free, natural, vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics and treatments.

Alina founded Le Fix as she was constantly struggling to find a comprehensive range of clean beauty products (and beauty services!) to feed her beauty addict soul without consequences to her sensitive skin. She has made her dream come true and created a safe space to find your next beauty “fix” and get pampered!

Their Natural Beauty Bar offers toxic free manicures, makeup, brow, lash and hair styling services! Exclusive to The Koppel Project followers, Le Fix would like to offer first-time clients an introductory %15 off all of their services by quoting Koppel15 discount code.

You can book via their website LeFix.co.uk, Instagram/Facebook @LeFixLondon or by calling on 020 30 86 89 30.


Open from Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm

             Saturday from 9am to 6pm

The Koppel Project Baker Street

Flore de Taisne and Edmund Le Brun decided to set up Ishkar after living in Afghanistan together for three years. While Afghanistan has come to be known around the world for conflict, poverty and corruption, the duo want to share a different and more positive side of Afghanistan and other countries suffering from war.
Collaborating with local craftsmen in Syria, Afghanistan and Mali, ISHKAR has brought together a collection of objects reflective of the rich heritage, craftsmanship and natural beauty of countries whose wars have left them isolated from the outside world.

Through our curated collection of pieces – each made by an artisan whose practice has been affected by war – we hope to provide a window onto countries known for their rich culture long before they were known for war.” Flore



All over the world, craftsmen are coming under threat from mass production. In countries experiencing conflict this threat is all the more acute. Through ISHKAR we want to create a sanctuary for craftsmanship in its purest form: valuing slow production over fast, the human hand over the machine, natural materials over the synthetic.


All too often age-old craftsmanship is combined with age-old design. We believe craftsmanship is at its best when guided by contemporary design and imagination. That’s why many of the products we sell are the result of collaborations between top international designers and craftsmen on the ground.


We only work with craftsmen in countries that have been largely cut off from international markets by conflict and insecurity. We are committed to helping craftsmen grow their businesses in some of the world’s most challenging economic environments.


The vast majority of our products are purchased through local NGOs, ensuring a proportion of the money we invest is recycled back into development projects ranging from providing craftsmen with educational opportunities, right through to supporting local schools and healthcare clinics. The amount going to charity ranges between 5% of the wholesale value of the product for jewellery pieces, right through to 80% of the retail value for some of our carpets. On each of our product pages we explain what this percentage is.


With so few positive news stories reaching international headlines about countries undergoing war, we believe it has never been more important to share stories and products with the power to inform, surprise and inspire. Outside of our products we do public talks and events to show sides to war-torn countries rarely seen.


All over the world ancient craft traditions are being lost as factory made goods replace the handmade. The threats facing craftsmen in countries at war are even more acute. ISHKAR seeks to work with craftsmen in fields at particular risk. We believe it is crucially important to keep these craft traditions alive for future generations.


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Luckies Gift Shop

Open from Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm

             Saturday from 9am to 6pm

The Koppel Project Baker Street


The Koppel Project is happy to welcome Luckies™ pop up for the first time in Baker Street! Luckies is a creative and innovative gift shop sourcing original products from all around the world. The company was founded 12 years ago from a small home made desk under the stairs of Jim Cox its founder. Now if you are looking for a remarkable present to give to a friend, Luckies is the place to be. With a track record of invention including the legendary Scratch Map™ range and the smash hits Smartphone Projector™ and Smartphone Magnifier™, Luckies has a reputation for amazing ideas!


For more information please visit Luckies or call +44 (0) 345 230 3533