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New tricks with old togs in 2016

FASHION HUB IN 2016
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NEW TRICKS WITH OLD TOGS IN 2016
Do you think it’s crazy that each year in the UK we throw away almost 1 million tonnes of textiles? In a typical wardrobe almost a third of clothes won't have been worn in the past year. We’d like you to join us in looking for creative ways to make clothes last longer. So, what’s there to do in 2016?
#BundleOfJoy

If you have kids you’ll know there’s a lot of life left in their outgrown clothes. This month Mums around Herne Hill, South London, have been gifting their children’s good quality outgrown clothing in the form of a Bundle of Joy to be passed onto other local Mums for Mother’s Day. Watch the first gifts being shared here.

So far approximately 420 items of clothing have been dropped off at the pop-up Mother’s Bedroom at Brockwell Park Lido. There’s still time to gift yours! Find out how. We’ll be opening the lido doors on Saturday 5th March for Mums to come and pick up their free gift. Join us there.

Don’t live nearby but want to be involved in Bundle of Joy near you? We’ll be putting together a ‘how to kit’ so you can run your own Mother’s Day gifting campaign in 2017. If you're interested, let us know.
 
WHAT'S NEXT? 

There are so many ways to give a new lease of life to clothing. Have you grown bored of your bright T-shirts? In April we’d like to invite you to transform t-shirts into stylish vibrant jewellery at a finger knitting workshop in London with seasoned crafters. Come along! Book a ticket here.

In summer join us in looking at creative ways of renewing outgrown school uniforms. With growth spurting school-goers it’s not long before trousers are at half mast above the ankles and jumpers are hugging armpits. Look out for a pop-up school ‘street store’ and refashioning events to jazz up jackets and spruce up school shirts. 

Does Black Friday leave a bad taste in your mouth? If so take a trip to Brighton in November where we’ll be launching Black Friday’s un-identical twin sister - ‘Bright Friday’, a new campaign that will inspire the people to value their clothes. There’ll be lots to see and do, from comedy, flash mobs, creative installations and workshops. Watch this space.
 
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