Lewisham Street Feast is housed in the formerly-derelict Model Market, a partially-covered 1950s construction in which abandoned shops have been converted into stylish, yet unpretentious, micro-diners.
With such an array of treats of offer from the likes of YumBun, Meringue Girls and Up in My Grill, one is truly spoilt for choice, and so it’s recommended that time is best spent hopping in and out of the various shop fronts to experience the different vibes and flavours.
The Model Market also guarantees impressive views of St. Saviours church tower from Lewisham Highline: a rooftop bar with vinyl-only DJ, astroturf flooringÂ and parasol seating – making it the perfect place in Lewisham to spend long, summer evenings with friends.
I was lucky enough to be gifted these sleek, black sandals by Teva which feature an ultra-lightweight sole, triangular grommets and velcro straps. The Originals range cleverly merges nostalgia with contemporary street-appeal – yes, you’ve probably encountered this style before – giving a new lease of life to this nineties’ staple.
As part of Teva’s #originalsummer campaign, you could win an American road trip for two by sharing your most original summer moment. Click here for further information.
What I Wore:
Sunglasses: Karen Walker, T-shirt: American Apparel, Jumper: Muji,Â Jeans: Topshop, Sandals: c/o Teva