Bringing together a host of luxury, boutique ethical brands, all showcased over 2 days on the first weekend of December, Ethical Just Got Fabulous makes its Notting Hill debut at London’s 20th Century Theatre. Names to look out for are Izzy Lane, the award winning ethical fashion label, Fifi Bijoux and Enamore.
Recently launched by Naomi Cornelius-Reid (Director, NV London Calcutta), Katy Pullen (Director, Aspara) and Leona Mani (Director, Bestfairtrade.com), these three ethically minded women decided it was about time that you could find the best in ethical fashion and lifestyle under one roof, and so ‘Ethical Just Got Fabulous’, the first ethical pop-up department store showcasing emerging ethical designers, talents and brands, was born.
Fairtrade to the core, ‘Ethical Just Got Fabulous’ only charge a fair and honest split of the event’s running costs to exhibitors. It is purely a not-for-profit company working to bring ethical shopping to the forefront of the consumer’s mind by offering a glamorous platform to showcase a host of ethical brands that embody both fair trade principles and essential style. A rare and bold move for the girls to have taken, but by doing this they offer a direct route to the consumer at very little cost, for the exhibiting brands and a unique shopping experience for even the most jaded shopaholic.
Visitors will be treated to live jazz, mini manicures, mulled wine (!) and a raffle for a chance to win bundles of goodies – including a gift from each brand showing.
Check out www.ethicaljustgotfabulous.com
Doors open on Saturday 10am till 6pm and Sunday 4th & 5th December 11am – 5pm and it’s free entry for all, with mulled wine and much, much more. Sounds good to me!