Pop-Up: Oxfam Festival Shop
— 30 Oct 2019, 15:28 by Andrew Squire
Oxfam Festival Shop take over our Pop-Up unit from Tues 29th October so we asked them a few questions to give you a picture of what to expect.
Tell us who you are and what you do?
Hello, we’re the Oxfam Festival Shop, touring pop-up shop filled with amazing donated clothes and accessories. Come for some guilt free shopping! All our event and festival shops have different themes, decoration and stock. At this year’s Boxpark Halloween pop up at we are bringing the circus to town!
Which song best sums up your brand?
For this shop, we have been dancing to Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - Tears of a clown.
What can we expect from your stay at Boxpark?
A collection of creepy outfits perfect for a Halloween night out.
- A clown-wear rail including bright and bold polka dots and ruffles.
- Acrobat fashion stealing the show in sequin leotards and glittery capes.
- No circus animals were harmed in our selection of fake fur coats
- Holding everything together is the ringmaster - search our rails for tail coats and top hats.
Come for a shop and boogie on Thursday night with DJ Toybox joining us play some of your favourite spooky childhood tunes.
Which piece from your current collection is your favourite?
We have some incredible sequin jackets, perfect for standing out in a crowd, Christmas parties and festivals. Don’t be afraid of a bit of sparkle!
What’s the best reason to come to Shoreditch for a shopping spree?
The variety – from street wear to vintage finds to one off gems, you can find everything here. Perfect for finding gifts for someone who has everything as well as some stand out fashion.
What’s your top Shoreditch tip?
Come hungry! We will be drooling over Dum Dums doughnuts and go for a post shift a slice at Voodoo Rays.
What does the future hold for your brand?
Lots of sustainable fashion! Come find us at the Love Not Landfill Pop up in Coven Garden in November and check out some reworked vintage on our shop on ASOS Marketplace. We are also doing lots of planning for festivals 2020.