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Dinner with our designers

16 April 2018

"Demand quality, not just in the product you buy, but in the life of the person who made it." – Orsola De Castro

It’s fashion revolution week and we’re super excited to be hosting an evening of delicious food and inspirational talks from three of our very brilliant brands.

So come join us and share in the magic of knowing the awesome people WHO make our clothes and HOW they’re singlehandedly revolutionising the fashion industry.  Not only will you be fed some truly fantastic food, you’ll also leave feeling inspired by the way you can change the world through very simple, everyday lifestyle choices.


6.30 – 9.30 pm 

Brixton Village


SW9 8PR – Tickets here

Photo Credit: Annabelle Dawson | @annabellekatedawson
Photo credit: Annabelle Dawson @annabellekatedawson
Photo Credit: Annabelle Dawson | @annabellekatedawson
Photo Credit: Annabelle Dawson | @annabellekatedawson

"We carry the story of the people who make our clothes around with us" – Ali Hewson, Edun

More about the speakers:

Jaz Hunt, cor 

Designer and artist, Jaz Hunt, transfers her abstract paintings onto clothes to create timeless, wearable pieces. Launched in 2016, cor is about colour, shape and wearability. Each garment is handmade in India using organic fabrics.

Photo credit: @corclothes

Riz Smith, Riz Boardshorts

In 2009, friends Riz Smith and Ali Murrell decided that there was a need for something better in the men’s swimwear market. Riz had worked for many years designing swimwear for a number of global sports and fashion brands, and Ali had recently returned from sailing across the Pacific where he witnessed first hand the crisis of plastic pollution facing our oceans. Together, they set out to build a brand with the aim of creating ‘The most beautiful and sustainable swim shorts in the world’.


Sophie Dunster, Gung-Ho Design

London based (and barge dwelling) designer, Sophie Dunster, seeks to bridge the gap between design and the fundamental environmental issues that lie at the heart of contemporary culture. From 100% organic fabric to printing and manufacturing in the UK, everything Sophie produces has this ethos at its heart. As a result, Gung Ho is a sustainable business aware of its environmental responsibilities.

Photo credit: @gung_ho_design
Ticket price includes:
Drink on arrival
3 course vegetarian dinner
20% in store discount (minimum spend £30)


Follow the link to purchase your ticket. We can’t wait to see you.

Image credit: Fashion Revolution | @fashionrevolution


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