The greenhouse has been designed so as to project luminous colours across the capital’s skyline, and it will be open both during the day and at night.
This time around the brand has enlisted Wahaca’s Thomasina Miers as the face of the event. Throughout the two days the renowned chef and entrepreneur, who is passionate about organic produce, will be handing out gifts that enable passers-by to similarly grow their own flavours and herbs.
The greenhouse will be located next to the Southbank Centre’s Christmas Market, offering Londoners the chance to visit the temporary construction before or after they make their way around the market's offering, which includes the return of the Rekoderlig Cider Lodge.
The Spark Your City campaign sees the luggage brand partner with women who it considers to be pioneers in their field.
In June Kipling selected Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney for a stunt that saw it transform London Bridge into a colourful walkway, and television presenter Helen Skelton was involved in the brand's transformation of Sutton Walk into an urban jungle in August.