ClothesCycle, a sustainable fashion brand that curates pop-up shopping experiences in cities across the UK, is coming to Manchester for the first time this month. The brand was founded by Poppy Collingwood-Cameron, a 20 year-old student, from her university room and she has since developed the business to the point of touring the UK with her pop-up.
The event will host over 70 stalls of pre-loved fashion items ranging from bargain vintage finds to exclusive designers, plus new clothes that are ethically produced.
Online sellers curate stock especially for the ClothesCycle pop-ups and offer first access at ClothesCycle events, before uploading to online platforms. Shoppers also benefit from lower prices as there are no selling platform fees or postage charges to pay. All sellers are selected for their unique style and quality of stock, resulting in a curated selection of the best in sustainable fashion.
At the Manchester pop-up, visitors can expect a warm and welcoming environment with music from DJs, street food and a bar, a nail bar and tooth gem specialists. Those that buy tickets in advance can pre-book life drawing classes running throughout the day.
Poppy Collingwood-Cameron, the entrepreneur who founded the brand, said: “ClothesCycle is for the ethically conscious, fun-loving and fashion savvy. Our events epitomise a sustainable blend of high street fashion, in person Depop and a car boot sale.
“We offer something for everyone of all ages, whatever your style or budget. You can spend £10 on a few items or splash over £100 on a unique, luxury brand archive piece.”
After the Manchester pop-up on 19th March, ClothesCycle will be heading to Bristol on 23rd April and London on 25th June.
The event will welcome customers between 11am-6pm, but find tickets here for the staggered timings of entry. You can also pre-book tickets on their website to participate in the life drawing class on the day.
Victoria Baths, Hathersage Rd, Manchester, M13 0FE.