Image Credit: Love Not Landfill
Welcome to Autumn with our November Newsletter. Chock full of pop ups, new skincare products and the sustainable fashion we love.
With all the crazy weather we have been having, I sometimes forget that Autumn is here. The clocks have gone back and the days are getting chillier. Soon it will be Christmas, and Black Friday, but for now, I am staying present, busy trying to fully launch our sister platform The WIP. I appreciate your patience while I do this and content on The Vendeur will be patchy for the next few months because of this. However I hope you enjoy this latest newsletter, chock full of exciting pop ups, new skincare products and winter accessories.
Tis the season for Pop Ups shops, so if you are in the neighbourhood, why not head down to Angel, London to visit Love Not Landfill’s charity pop up? Encouraging young people to make the most of second hand, the pop up features several charity partners including; Cancer Research UK, Crisis and Oxfam.
Up your headwear game with a simple but cute beanie. These styles are classic and will be wearable year after year. I love playing with the shape too by folding it deeply to create a fisherman hat style. If you cycle, Glow Apparel knit theirs with high vis yarn, meaning you can still be seen in the dark.
Continuing their passion for protecting endangered species, Love Brand & Co. have announced their partnership with The Aspinall Foundation. The company who are proudly part of 1% for the Planet, will be donating a percentage of their revenue (not profit) to the organisation. This will help them to continue to engage in gorilla protection projects in Congo and Gabon. To celebrate the partnership, the Gorilla Gossip print is available from 1st November, joining their iconic print ranges.
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If you are looking for some more sustainable shopping experiences in the West End ahead of Christmas time, I am happy to report that Pop Ups supporting sustainable brands are becoming more frequent in the area. One, The Regent Street Edit, which launched in September, has been extended until December 24th. Featuring LR.D Studio, plus a host of other London based ethical brands, the space is an exciting alternative to the usual high street offering.
The weather seems to change so quickly these days, and your skin is probably as confused as you are. If you haven’t yet switched to a more nourishing moisturiser then now is the time. Not only does it help to replenish your skin from the drying effects of cold air and central heating, it protects your skin from the elements, mitigating the damage that is done when you are out and about in Autumn.
In partnership with the iconic Italian denim manufacturer Candiani, Frame have created a new range of exciting degradable jeans. Three innovative fabrics have been introduced, two containing degradable stretch yarn developed by Candiani called ROICA V550. The third is made using a biodegradable cotton. All three employ a micro-plastic free dying process and adhere to Frames 4th Pillar of responsible washing.
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