Covent Garden Pop Up: Cupid’s Closet

Covent Garden Pop Up:

Cupid’s Closet

For thoughtful, considerate clothing that keeps on giving. A match made in heaven, sustainable brands Hopeful Traders and Birdsong are getting together for a special Valentine’s Pop Up. Be our date for the next ten days and take home clothes made with love.

Valentine’s need not just be for lovers – show your appreciation for our homeless artists and migrant women makers and write them a love note in store.

At 67 Neal Street, Covent Garden from 10am-6pm on Thursday 7th February – Sunday 17th February. Launch party this Thursday 5 until pm.

“Your fave feminist pop up shop” – Dazed
“Leave looking fantastic, absolutely guilt-free” – Refinery29
“Birdsong: The Badass Feminist Shop With A Conscience And A Vision” – Grazia

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Hopeful Traders are using ethical fashion and creativity to change the way we approach social impact. The sustainably produced clothing brand acts as a platform for people who have been affected by homelessness and mental illness. By collaborating with these people on the designs that you buy, Hopeful are giving them a voice and raising funds for themselves and charities that have supported them. www.hopefultraders.com

The store has been sponsored by KIND Snacks, as part of the business’ mission to help facilitate more acts of kindness in the community. Customers will be treated to tasty and wholesome nut and fruit bars from KIND, as a small token of appreciation for joining the KIND Movement.

Sophie Slater

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