Eco-fashion campaign #LoveNotLandfill will be championing pre-loved fashion at a unique Seven Dials, London pop-up store featuring collections from charity shops curated by some of fashion’s most style-savvy influencers.
Check out the Barnardo’s Collection by Emma Breschi; Cancer Research UK Collection by She Wears Fashion; The Oxfam Collection by Elizabeth Whibley; The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection by Oenone, plus depop sellers Past Trash and Youth ID and a special menswear collection gathered from all the charities curated by sicckm8.
Each influencer has chosen 500 pieces from their partner charity, which will be sold by at the #LoveNotLandfill pop-up store with all profits going straight to the charities. Expect designer labels you know and love at affordable prices, plus one-off gems - that is the beauty of preloved fashion.
The store will also be a space to find out more about eco-fashion and the climate emergency with notice boards, talks and demos. People can bring along old and damaged clothes to donate via a #LoveNotLandfill exclusive Bambi-designed clothes bank and the Clothes Doctor will have a mend and repair station offering alterations and showing fashion lovers how to repair and upcycle their clothes.
The #LoveNotLandfill Pop-Up Store will be open from Thursday 14th November to Sunday 17th November at 47-49 Neal Street, Seven Dials, WC2H 9PZ.
Thursday 14 Nov 11am-9pm;
Friday 15 Nov 10am-8pm;
Saturday 16th Nov 11am-8pm;
Sunday 17 Nov 11am-6pm.
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