Easter clothing workshop at Westfield Stratford City
- Credit: Katherine Jenkins
An Easter clothing workshop at Westfield Stratford City is to help kids give unworn clothes a new lease of life.
The Revamp Camp, which runs from Monday to Wednesday, will offer children the chance to customise old clothes, or donate them to a Save the Children pop-up stall in partnership with University of East London.
Any children who do not have clothes to bring to the workshop will get the chance to customise a plain t-shirt or canvas bag.
Myf Ryan, Westfield’s chief marketing officer said: “We all have those pieces in our wardrobe that remain unworn and unloved but it’s important that we don’t default to throwing them away; each piece represents an opportunity.
“Classroom retail is more popular than ever, and we wanted to ensure that children were involved in that journey.”
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