Camilla and Leah are stylists with sustainability at the very heart of their work.
Their three-hour interactive workshop offers a chance to get creative with fabrics, exploring patterns, prints and colours.
As you learn about your body shape there will be discussions around body image, looking at your wellbeing and the relationship you have with your clothing.
You will develop a deeper understanding of what sustainability means in the world of fashion with insights on how to play your part.
Camilla and Leah will help you to rediscover your individual style and develop a wardrobe that fits in with your unique lifestyle. You’ll also be sent home with a personalised style toolkit to make dressing easier every day!
Say no to fast fashion and wear the clothes that work for you.
Skills: Develop new styling skills with colour, prints and patterns. Understand your body shape and identify ways to connect with a positive body image that’s sustainable for you.
Level: This workshop is open to all adults.
Bring: One sentimental item of clothing (or an accessory) and something to take notes with.
About the stylists
Camilla // Camilla aka Wardrobe Wellbeing loves helping people reconnect with their style, their surroundings and build a healthy relationship with their wardrobe. The term eco stylist applies to what she does, as her focus is helping individuals to minimise their clothing waste, learning to be kind to themselves and kind to the environment, whilst being more considered with their purchases.
Leah // Personal stylist Leah Payne aka Mien by MissE believes everyone has the right to look fabulous and feel amazing, regardless of their age, colour, disability, sexuality, size, shape or budget. Leah encourages clients to express themselves whatever the occasion and does so in a way that is kinder to the planet. Leah is all about sustainable personal style, thrifting special vintage pieces – clothing, jewellery and accessories – that have stood the test of time.