London based eco-fashion campaign Love Not Landfill and top fashion influencers showcase the beauty of second-hand clothes in a unique charity pop up.
Designer bargain alert! Between 8-11th November 2018, eco-fashion campaign #LoveNotLandfill will be championing pre-loved fashion at a unique Brick Lane pop up. The shop will feature collections of stunning second-hand clothes from charity shops, curated by some of fashion’s most style-savvy influencers. Enjoy guilt-free shopping as all profits go to the charities involved whilst you help save the planet.
This unique collaboration featuresThe Barnardo’s Collection by Confetti Crowd; The Oxfam Collection by Paloma in Disguise; The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection byJasmine Hemsley; The TRAID Collection by Lizzie Loves and the depop Collection with Grass Routes, BasementSix and AMSLaLaLand, with additional exclusive designs by street artist Bambi.
Each designer has chosen a collection of 300 pieces from their partner charity. All of which will be sold by the charities at the Brick Lane Pop Up.
Love Not Landfill Workshops
There will also be a series of creative workshops held at the shop, teaching mend, repair and upcycling skills to help London’s fashion fans give their clothes the love they deserve. These include Barnardo’s 90’s Up-Cycling Event with Spice Girl themed DJ and all things shiny; Oxfam Jazzing Up Jackets – pimping work jackets from office to nightclub; Royal Trinity Hospice Jewellery Mending Workshop – where you can bring along your own broken pieces to mend or choose from a collection of broken jewellery to fix and buy, and TRAID’s Darn Good Darning – where you can learn how to fix holes in knitwear and make them a feature.
WHERE: Shop 4, Dray Walk, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QR.
WHEN: 8th – 11th November.
OPENING TIMES: Thursday-Saturday, 10am-7pm as well as Sunday, 11am-6pm.
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