Fed up with endless sales and adverts pushing stuff you don't want or need? Our polling discovered half of us feel Black Friday encourages us to buy things we don’t need and 70% of us have bought stuff in sales we've never used. Is it time for an alternative way to spend the shopping holiday? Resist the pressure to buy what you don't want and try something new instead. Read on for #BrightFriday alternatives.
Breathe easy this Black Friday - sit back, relax and have a giggle at 'FAUX', which delves into the world where clothes you buy are out of style before they’ve even been sold. FAUX also explores what the future of fashion might look like - a glimpse onto tomorrow’s dystopian runway. ONLINE NOW. We can’t believe it’s not real!
THIS IS HOW MUCH CLOTHING WE THROW AWAY EVERY 3 MINUTES
Crazy, right? This pop up installation represents just 2 tonnes of textiles, yet each year in the UK we throw away a whopping 350,000 tonnes. There is an alternative; re-discover your clothes, swap them, customise them, share them and extend their life. Make sure you love what you buy.
From pop up styling where you can be pampered without spending, to a comedy night that's more slapstick thank lipstick, there's all sorts going on to avoid the Black Friday hysteria and pressure to buy buy buy. See full programme of events and book online.
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