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Environmental friendly and ethically produced menswear label Brothers We Stand are hosting their first birthday party at Look mum no hands! Mare Street on Saturday 8th November - and you're all invited.
Running from 12 noon til late, they are hosting a series of talks, workshops and opportunities to find out more about the brand and what they do. All day there will be a pop-up fair and shop to browse ethical menswear, styling booth by the Fix For Men stylist, Polaroid Photobooth live streamed on the Brothers We Stand website and @forstories_HI_IN-BRIXTON dishing out golden snaps.
Drop in: Pockets of Sunshine workshop - Creating pockets tees with fabric made from recycled plastic bottles
2.30 Amnesty International explain why ethical fashion is hot stuff.
3.30 Workshop: How to wear a suit like you run sh*t. Reuben Christian, comic and director of menswear blog Individualism shares his pearls.
7:00 Panel Discussion: ETHICAL FASHION WHAT'S GWARNIN?
Riz Smith - Designer and Lecturer at London College of Fashion
Roxy Houshmand- Founder at The Right Project
Rob Drake- Knight - Co-Founder at Rapanui
Jonathan Mitchell - Founder at Brothers We Stand
LIVE MUSIC AND DJS
Tickets are £5 which includes a drink and all proceeds go the Rana Plaza Fund.
All proceeds from this event will go to the Rana Plaza Trust Fund as a symbol of Brothers we Stand's solidarity with the men and women who still toil under endure inhumane conditions making fashion.