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Preview: Poverty Free Vintage Pop-Up Shop

Wednesday 04 December 2013

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Calling all vintage clothes fans! The international charity emerge poverty free is helping shoppers to get their fill of Christmas generosity and vintage clothes – all in one stop, for one week only between 5th and 10th December in London’s Covent Garden.

100% of the proceeds will go to help people in the UK and overseas break the cycle of poverty. They’ve partnered with UK charity Glasgow the Caring City to help families in the UK. emerge poverty free funds projects in Haiti and throughout Africa that focus on education, water supply, agriculture and health. All of their activities help communities lift themselves out of poverty.


There’ll be a unique assortment of clothes for sale, including designer labels such as D&G, Armani and Ted Baker so you’re bound to find something for your own wardrobe or Christmas gifts for friends and family.

Jeremy Horner, the new CEO of emerge poverty free told us:
“I am really excited. This is a new venture for us. There are some great clothes and the money raised will bring hope to those who desperately need it in 2014.”

The Poverty Free pop-Up Shop is on from 5th-10th December at 71 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9DG.