Join us for a tranquil morning gathering that opens up the first edition of ‘The Lissome Pop-Up: A Curated Selection of Mindful Fashion’, and discover how to engage with fashion in a conscious way:
In the last few years, there has been an increasing awareness of the negative impacts of the fashion industry. We now understand more clearly how our garments are connected to pollution, waste and unfair working conditions. This leaves us at a crossroads and we must reassess our relationship to our clothes. Concurrently, a conscious fashion movement is gaining momentum and a rising number of fashion-forward brands are shifting towards sustainable production.
This panel discussion brings together pioneers in mindful fashion who share their stories, talk about what drives them and give insights into how they make a difference. Featuring: Alicia Lai (Bourgeois Boheme), Molly Jeffery (Desmond & Dempsey), Henrietta Adams (HENRI), and Phoebe Hunter-McIlveen (Project PICO) in conversation with Dörte Lange (LISSOME).
The Morning Gathering:
10.00 - Doors open
10.30 - Panel discussion
11.00 - Questions from the audience
11.30 - Pop-Up starts, time for networking, shopping + further engaging with brands
The panel talk is being presented as part of ‘The LISSOME Pop-up: A Curated Selection Of Mindful Fashion’, taking place on June 25 from 11.30 am until 5 pm at RedYellowBlue. Under the curation of LISSOME, the pop-up brings together London’s most talented conscious designers, and a diverse offer of high-quality goods from fashion and accessories to handcrafted jewellery and homeware.
LISSOME is a curated online platform and concept store dedicated to unique and high-quality mindful fashion and lifestyle. It is created for fashion lovers who seek to make ethical choices without having to compromise on quality or style. Our passion is finding independent designers of great talent who produce with integrity and care.
Based in Zone 2, and bordering Stratford and Hackney Wick, East Village E20 is fast-becoming known as a growing neighbourhood for independent shops and restaurants. The venue RedYellowBlue is conveniently located and only a short walk away from the nearest underground. If you are getting here by tube, the nearest station is Stratford Tube Station. The DLR and High Speed Rail brings you directly to Stratford International. The nearest place to park is Westfield Stratford City Car Park.
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