Beyond Retro are teaming up with Bristol 24/7 for an evening looking at The Future of Fashion; they want to help encourage Bristol to shop more sustainably and locally for 2020, and many more years to come.
All ticket sales will be going to local homeless charity, Caring in Bristol, so please donate what you can.
There will be an all-star local panel of fashion independents and sustainable fashion supports, including:
- Joh Rindom, founder of That Thing
- Emma White, designer at Duvet Days Clothing
- Amelia Twine, founder of Give Wear Love
- Sophie Filomena, promoter of Indie in Bristol
- Cat Jameson, founder of Carny Valley
Expect sustainable tips, interesting discussions, FREE drinks and the chance to shop some local brands as well as some vintage goodies.
Caring in Bristol
“We find gaps in Bristol’s provision for people experiencing homelessness and work together with our community to create innovative projects to fill them. From prevention to emergency support, our projects range from producing free citywide resources that empower our city to act, to investing in youth support, helping influence change from the very start.”
Caring in Bristol will support a unique pop-up shelter spread across two city-centre venues in St Pauls and Old Market, running from 23 December to 1 January. The shelter will provide 24-hour support and is open to all who are homeless and vulnerable for the 10 days over Christmas and New Year.
The event will take place at Beyond Retro’s shop in Broadmead, from 7-10pm on Wednesday 11 December.
Click HERE to book your tickets in return for a donation to Caring in Bristol.