MissGottoHavit Pre-loved pop-up shop is coming to Brixton,in aid of women’s charity
Offering guests an alternative way to shop, ‘MissGottoHavit’ ‘Sip Shop’ will treat guests to a fashion-focused afternoon unlike any other, with attendees invited to ‘sip’ a cocktail or two as they browse the wide selection of pre-loved couture.
This exciting, sustainable fashion pop-up will be held on Saturday 29th June in Brixton and will run from 1 pm to 7 pm. Set to be a highly unique event, Sip Shop will offer the perfect combination of modern and vintage fashion, allowing guests to purchase some incredible, one-of-a-kind pieces and create some truly unique looks.
Offering rails of high-quality clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, and jewellery, provided by a range of pre-loved sellers, this pop-up fashion boutique will have an outfit to suit every taste and style.
Below the pop-up store, there will be a bar, allowing guests to enjoy a drink or two while browsing the selection of pre-loved items on sale.
Natasha Corbin-Stewart, the brainchild behind this event stated “I have always loved clothes, but there comes a time when a responsible decision has to be made. I have a wide array of clothes that still have their labels on and never worn or worn just the once.”
Natasha – Miss Got To Have It – has a keen passion for sustainable, pre-loved fashion, and has previously run similar smaller scale, private events. However, with an increasing accumulation of beautiful pieces of clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories, Natasha decided to support the sustainable fashion industry with a larger, public event.
Natasha continues “This is also a great opportunity to support a local woman’s charity with both funds from the entry fee and clothes.”
The entrance fee to the pop-up shop is £1.50, with all funds being donated to a women’s refuge. Any leftover items that don’t sell will also be donated to a women’s refuge.
You can book a ticket via – https://www.missgot2havit.com
With a natural flair for fashion, Natasha is keen to offer a sustainable fashion event where pre-loved clothing, shoes, handbags, and accessories that would otherwise be disposed of like unwanted rubbish, have the chance to become another woman’s treasure.
After realising that her collection of clothing, including a beautiful vintage coat collection, was ‘collecting dust’ in her garage, Natasha decided to repurpose her unwanted items and rehome them with someone who would cherish them.
The sustainable fashion industry is booming; an increasing number of people are choosing to purchase second-hand clothing and accessories. With the environment and climate change at the forefront of many people’s minds, the UK is, as a nation, reverting to the mindset of ‘reusing, repurposing, and recycling, with the fashion industry being a crucial aspect of this new approach.