Fashion Re-Told – a pop-up store by Harrods which will raise money for the NSPCC – is opening on Marylebone High Street for the month of May.
A store for the pop-up has been donated by The Howard de Walden Estate, and will be selling a mix of clothes from Harrods’ own collection together with ‘pre-loved’ high-end designer items.
Fashion Re-Told will offer designer womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and accessories from brands including Stella McCartney, Chloe, Fendi, RAG & BONE and Versace. The space will also host a series of public events, talks, and workshops.
A community area surrounding the pop-up at 51 Marylebone High Street will feature floral surroundings inspired by an English summer garden.
Andrew Hynard, Chief Executive of The Howard de Walden Estate, commented: “Throughout May, Fashion Re-Told will be a must-visit destination for style-conscious shoppers who will be able to buy beautiful clothes and thereby support initiatives that help children across London.
We’re very pleased to be collaborating with Harrods and the NSPCC on this wonderful initiative.”
Fashion Re-Told will open its doors from Thursday 2nd – 31st May, at 51 Marylebone High Street.
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