Green Kids Studio: A Sustainable Children’s Fashion Pop-Up
Join us on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June at The Lab E20 to pick up conscious products for your little ones from leading sustainable kidswear brands.
We’re delighted to announce that we will be curating a sustainable children’s pop-up at The Lab E20 from the 25th – 26th June.
Our very own Green Kids Studio will demonstrate ways that parents and families can engage with sustainable fashion. Come along and check out functional, fun and environmentally friendly products from leading kidswear brands and meet the lovely, passionate people behind the designs.
Looking for playful activities for your little eco warrior? Storytelling sessions and art play workshops will also be offered throughout the weekend and Community Couture will be hosting drop-in craft sessions.
For anyone looking for a sustainable solution to their children’s outgrown clothing, visit our clothes swap with Verte Mini on Sunday 26 June, 10AM – 1PM! Bring along up to 15 items of boys or girls clothes (up to 12 y/o). Focus on quality rather than quantity – anything you’d be happy to take home or for your kids to continue wearing should it fit them. If you don’t have anything to swap, this is a great opportunity to buy second hand clothing for your children.
Feeling extra organised? Drop off your children’s clothes on Saturday 25 June and we’ll get them prepped for the swap on Sunday.
Spread across an entire weekend, the Green Kids Studio will feature a carefully curated selection of sustainable children’s brands, including:
Bundlee Bundlee is the UK’s first rental service for baby clothes. A great way to get amazing quality clothes at a fraction of the price – you can rent from some of our favourite brands including MORI, Mini Rodini, Patagonia and more. With sustainability at the core, Bundlee want to provide a better alternative for parents. Clothes that are returned are professionally cleaned and sanitised before being shared with the next renting family.
dotte dotte is more than a marketplace – they are a movement that won’t accept style at the cost of the planet. They’re opening up thousands of children’s wardrobes with their family-to-family marketplace; a simple one-stop-shop where parents can buy, sell, donate and recycle outgrown children’s clothing. A full circle remedy to the fastest area of fashion, dotte go beyond peer-to-peer buying and selling by offering their community donation and recycling options too.
The team at dotte believe that together we can slow fashion down, make every stitch count, and love every fibre of the fabric. And with their curated edits, style discovery and resale collective (featuring perks and discounts on some of your favourite kidswear brands), they make shopping secondhand feel like new. dotte invite you all to join them on the journey.
VANDALKIDS VANDALKIDS is a new brand of kidswear offering high quality practical and comfortable gear for children aged 3 to 10 without compromising on style. Created by ex-brand director and mother Kat Vandal, VANDALKIDS has been designed to encourage kids’ creativity and self-expression whilst incorporating parent-friendly features to help the clothes last and reduce their impact on the planet.
Petit Pli Made up of a team of engineers, scientists and designers, Petit Pli makes products that help people – and the planet. Their clothing philosophy: They invent clothes that grow. These items fit for years, not months. Petit Pli garments are beautiful and innovative, using the highest-quality materials, construction and best- in-class ethical supply chains.
Pip & Henry Pip and Henry make beautifully designed, vibrant shoes for children, with the environment in mind – using recycled materials and plant-based fibres.
Verte London Verte is a London founded, clothes swapping company, who exist to help people update their wardrobe without having a negative impact on the planet. Now they want to try and combat both of these things and extend the lifespan of children’s clothing, by hosting a clothes swap for children.
Boy Wonder Boy Wonder is a boy’s fashion brand that is playful and positive. With organic cotton and chemical-free prints parents can feel happy knowing they are safe and earth-friendly. Boy Wonder garments are made ethically with love in Britain giving them a super low fashion footprint.
By Kala x By Kala X was created to bring a love of African print material to a wider audience. From eye-catching designs to bold and beautiful colours, guaranteed to make your little one stand out, all items are handmade by mum-of-two Kala.
ZUPCYCLED Zupcycled aims to inspire people and brands about upcycling, reusing, reclaiming and repurposing, to help save the planet for our kids. Their materials are collected from brand collaboration projects and leftovers saved from textile factories. Zupcycled offers upcycling art and craft kits that provide an eco-friendly and sustainable activity for rainy weekends, school breaks, birthday parties or corporate events.
Activities for children will also run throughout the weekend, including Pip & Henry’s Bug hunt – a unique storytelling activity featuring a very Naughty Bug that’s making everyone sick! Alongside this, Art Play London will be offering workshops for little ones, and Community Couture will be running drop-in craft-sessions on both days, offering children the chance to get creative and take something home.
Learn more about our activities and book your place here!
Keep your eyes peeled on our social channels for more upcoming brand and activity announcements in the coming weeks! We can’t wait to see you there.
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