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ReDo in the Media

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7 of the best vintage fashion events coming up in Norwich

Vintage fashion lovers have plenty to look forward to in and around Norwich this autumn.

Verena Niyadurupola (PhD)’s Post

Last week I was #outandabout with FUSE Norwich visiting local social enterprise ReDo Norfolk CIC and its inspiring founder Maria Thornberg.

Grab a cuppa and watch this spontaneous mini-interview with Maria to learn how ReDo repurpose (potential) trash into treasure, thereby both helping the environment and increasing the profits of charity shops!

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ReDo Norfolk helping businesses save hundreds on materials

An organisation in Norwich is helping save businesses hundreds of pounds by “matchmaking” them with companies searching for creative uses for their waste.

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Sustainable fashion pop-up market on this weekend

ReDo, an anti-waste charity, is holding a fashion market on Sunday, September 18.

There will be stalls from upcycling artisans like Vintage Cat Nash, Katri K Design and the Pocket People as well as charities like Pricilla Bacon, Big C and Oxfam.

They will be selling everything from earrings to preloved clothing.

There will also be fashion shows, a wedding and evening wear show, classes and workshops, styling events and an awards show.

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Vintage fashion week coming to Norwich with array of events

A 'slow' fashion week is coming to Norwich, bringing with it an exciting roster of events including a show, exhibition, workshops and late-night shopping.

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Norfolk magazine October 2022

Issue 282

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ReDo Norfolk helping businesses save hundreds on materials

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Moving fashion into the slow lane

Norwich is to host the city’s first ever Slow Fashion Week next week. Maria Thornberg, one of the organisers, explains how they hope to help drive a positive shift in our relationship with clothes.

Parading a new a sense of style

Gracing the catwalk at the Norwich Mercure Hotel were a host of gorgeous outfits each made by local designers and Norfolk artisans. The models strutted and twirled like any you would see in London, Paris or Milan.

But they were parading the benefits of a different attitude to what we wear.

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