Tuesday, 22 July 2014

EMG's 'Salvage T's' Pop-up Shop in Soho

A very good idea - re-purposed items from fashion houses including Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Basso & Brooke, Alex Noble, and Kitty Josephs have been turned into T-shirts to sell at the EMG (Everything Must Go) pop-up shop for ten days between Friday 25th July and Sunday 3rd August.  Go to get something unique, and help raise money for TRAID & CHILDHOPE  charities, helping children in Bangladesh.

"This summer ‘EMG’ unveils the ‘Salvage T’s’ made up of repurposed fabrics from fifteen of London’s most eccentric designers. These one-off garments will be available in central London’s Soho during a 10 day pop-up, supported by Carnaby and all proceeds will go to TRAID & CHILDHOPE to protect children in Bangladesh from accidents, trafficking and abuse as well as guide them towards a route to education and a life off the streets while their parents work in garment factories.
The ‘Salvage T’ Designs will include repurposed garments from the fashion houses of Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Basso & Brooke, Alex Noble, Agi & Sam, Louise Gray, Alex Mattson, Martine Rose, Kit Neale, Richard Sorger, Kitty Josephs, Marcus Lupfer, Omar Kashoura, & Ashley Williams.
Founded by London designer Alex Noble, EMG is set to become a pioneer of inventive sustainability through ethical fashion design in the higher end of the cultural market. By inviting designers to lend their waste and left over print fabrics from their studios in unique and unexpected ways EMG will to raise funds and awareness for a range of charities and causes including subjects impacting the fashion industry through producing unique and exclusive designs at pop-up boutiques and exhibitions."

When – Friday 25th July - Sunday 3rd August
Monday to Saturday: 10am – 7pm / Sunday: 11:30am – 6pm

Where - 1 Silver Place, London, W1F 0JW


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