This chic pop-up is fusing fashion and fundraising in the best way possible

Charity chic.

01 Apr 2019

An upcoming pop-up is fusing fashion and fundraising to raise vital funds for the NSPCC this spring.

Fashion Re-Told is London’s most luxurious charity pop-up retail experience. Brought to you by Harrods - in a prime Marylebone location donated by Howard de Walden Estates (HDWE) – Fashion Re-Told will invite customers to enjoy a uniquely high-end shopping experience, while also raising important funds for the NSPCC.

Over the month of May, Harrods has designed an English summer garden in the heart of Marylebone. Working with its partner luxury brands, Harrods
is creating an edit of covetable items across womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and accessories, which will be merchandised to the highest
standards by Harrods and NSPCC volunteers.

Donated items will be sold to the public over the course of one month, with all proceeds going directly to the NSPCC’s work to help children across London.

As well as a retail store, Harrods, the NSPCC and HDWE want Fashion Re-Told to be an area for the community to come together to raise money for an important cause.

The pop-up, which will be staffed by Harrods and NSPCC volunteers, will retail a curated edit of designer womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and accessories, donated by brands such as Stella McCartney, Chloe, Self Portrait, Rag & Bone and Calvin Klein and sold at fantastic prices. The space will host pop-up events and talks as well as workshops for members of the public. Every penny generated by Fashion Re-Told will be donated directly to the NSPCC, to support its work in supporting children across London and protecting children from abuse.

Fashion Re-Told will open its doors for strictly one-month from Thursday 2nd May until 31st May, at 51 Marylebone High Street. Information on brands and events taking place at Fashion Re-Told will be updated on their .

See you there!