Sustainable Summer Pop Ups
Image: Traid x Anthropologie
We’re big fans of pop up shops and this Summer there are so many to explore. These are our favourite Sustainable Summer Pop Up Shops.
If you want to chance to get a closer look at that online brand you recently found, or simply prefer to wonder through rails of beautiful clothes, then Pop Ups are a great way to do this. Over the Summer, in London and beyond, there are some great Pop Ups around. We’ve run down our favourites below, featuring great edits of sustainable and ethical brands. Plus our favourite vintage and preloved edits. Not to mention exciting panel discussions, classes and opportunities to try new cuisines.
Our favourite fashion charity Traid is partnering with Anthropologie for a few weeks to bring you a fabulous vintage fashion pop up. The brands King’s Road store has been transformed into a pop up for two weeks only. The space will feature a selection of vintage and second hand clothes curated by Anthropologie’s Head of Create and the Traid Team. Anthropologie is also hosting collection banks in support of Traid’s 23% campaign to allow customers to drop off unwanted apparel in store.
Our favourite swim brand Stay Wild is holding a one day Pop Up shop event at Bamboo Wellness in Wandsworth, London. As well as a morning Pilates class (which is already sold out), they are hosting a panel discussion in the afternoon with Dame and Yogi Bare. Stay Wild Founders Natalie Glaze and Zanna van Dijk will be discussing sustainability in business with the tampon and yoga mat brands. The panel will be followed by nibbles and shopping. It’s one not to miss! Book your tickets now.
Sustainable fashion and resale e-boutique The Wardrobe Workshop are hosting their second pop up, this time on Islington’s Upper Street. This time they are partnering with Natural x Lab too. You can expect to find all your favourite independent brands plus some amazing second hand designer pieces. Look out for the rota of events including a Book Club evening, Crystal Workshop, Yoga classes and more.
If wearing vegan and cruelty free clothes and beauty is important to you, then make sure you head to Bare Fashion. It’s London’s only Vegan Fashion show, hosted at the Truman Brewery. As well as the show, your ticket will allow you access to vegan fashion pop ups, including new outerwear brand Culthread. There are also panel discussions, live music and an amazing selection of vegan food and drink. Tickets are available to buy now.
You can find all things organic cotton at Doc Cotton’s London Pop Up this Summer. The Peckham based brand only use organic cotton to produce their mens, women’s and childrens pieces. Their one of a kind prints are created by local artists and printed digitally so they use less water. Find them at the Vinegar Yard, by London Bridge station all Summer.
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