Charity Starts at the Workplace…
Well, it does at Fashion-Enter Ltd. As a not-for-profit, social enterprise we actively encourage collaborations and involvement with local and national charities. Over the years this has ranged from staff donating to local Food Banks, our CEO taking part in a sponsored head shave, to creating warm fleece ponchos for the homeless amongst other things.
This December we are working alongside Crisis, the UK national charity for people experiencing homelessness. Along with printing tote bags for the charity, both Jenny Holloway, CEO and Gee Fletcher, Fashion Studio Assistant, are volunteering at the Savile Row X Crisis pop up shop. The very successful pop-up store A Call To Garms returns to Savile Row from 5th – 14th December following a two-year pandemic-prompted hiatus.
Organised, as before, by stylist and writer Tom Stubbs and Anda Rowland of Anderson & Sheppard, this year’s event will take place at the old West End Central Police Station at 27, Savile Row, where you can expect to find a wealth of suitably stylish donations, bespoke and otherwise, from Savile Row Bespoke Association (SRBA) members and others, and some special guest performances and appearances.
Jenny and Gee are on the rota for Wednesday 7th December, so please drop by if you are in central London and support this vital charity.
Additionally, we are also donating 20% to Crisis from our Mystery Recycling Packs. For just £14.99 we offer 3 deadstock items from our ethical London factory, plus trims and extras so that you can upcycle and create your own personalised outfit. Tap here to view the packs available in S/M and M/L.
Savile Row X Crisis Pop Up shop A Call To Garms: 27 (The old police station) Savile Row, London W1 – Monday 5th December to Wednesday 14th December.