Last night, indie shopping site GlobalFashionBrands.com, hosted an Earth Month Pop-Up Shop at The Nexus Townhouse in honor of Earth Month.
For one night only, this eco-store featured a selection of the best in ethical womenswear, menswear & accessories. Shoppers were treated to eco-friendly makeovers courtesy of Kroma All Natural Botanical Makeup, and complimentary cocktails.
Among the brands on display were: Ailin, Jonano, Chak Chel, Moonlight, Vella Mode, Boutique Ethique, Tammam, Elena Garcia, and Tompkins Point. Also joining the roster were two non-profit brands: Care For Kenya and Project Migration.
Care For Kenya partnered with Show Me Your Mumu to present a collection of modernized mumus, with proceeds giving back to the impoverished women’s group in Kenya who made the garments. Project Migration retails a chic faux-leather cuff, the ‘Ubuntu Bracelet’—$44 gets you the cuff and provides clean drinking water and medical supplies for an entire year to a single mother in Africa.
In addition to this physical pop-up event, Global Fashion Brands is also hosting a virtual Earth Month pop-up store for the entire month of April, housing over 116 eco-sustainable styles at: www.GlobalFashionBrands.com/earthmonth.
Keeping the earth in mind, 10% of all proceeds from the physical & virtual pop-up stores will be donated to the Red Cross for Japan Relief.