Swing by The Wild Lot this weekend for a sustainability street party and the opportunity to shop from over 10 ethical brands! With drinks from Taboocha to sip from, bagels from 404 Plant and vegan burgers from Big Dill to nosh on, and DIY workshops available for guests, there’s plenty to keep you busy all afternoon while you browse wares from small, local businesses and jam out to a live DJ. If you are looking for a carefully curated ethical shopping experience, or thoughtful consciously collected holiday gift ideas, this one-day event has you covered. Credit cards, cash, and PayMe accepted. Food and beverages only accept cash and PayMe.
Fashion, food, and lifestyle vendors on the day will include Yunotme (ethically handmade headpieces), Rou So (limited-edition upcycled fashion), Plantdays (vintage tees and organic sweatshirts), Zare (consciously handmade artisan jewellery), Lacess (sustainable sneakers from upcycled materials), Lunite Crystals (natural healing crystals), Blue Brew Tea (butterfly pea flower tea), At The Table (delicious vegan desserts),
Woodco (hand-poured coconut and soy wax candles), and Chezza (sustainable phone cases).
For workshops, choose from the Blue Brew tea mixology workshop ($150) at 2 pm to learn how to make colour-changing tea mocktails and cocktails using sustainably sourced butterfly pea flowers; the Yunotme DIY headband workshop ($320) at 3 pm to pick from a selection of specially curated designer and luxury textiles to create your own unique headband; and a Stitch Sister circle hoop embroidery workshop ($450) at 4 pm, where you can learn how to embroider your very own custom design on a hoop to take home! Spots for the workshops are limited, so it’s best to WhatsApp (+852) 6084 6655 ahead of time and reserve your spot.
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