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Supporting the brilliant Beauty Banks, and back due to popular demand, the Hat to Heel pop-up is returning to Brighton from the 5th – 17th November offering the latest fashion collections and millinery as well as two must-attend evening events.
Across two floors at 11 Dukes Lane, you'll be able to shop the-Bias-Cut.com's newest collection of AW19 fashion from an exciting global selection of brands as well as the founder's new exclusive eponymous label Jacynth London, and sale pieces. Joanna Zara will be presenting her award-winning made-to-order millinery range, including her 'PanamaBar', ideal if you're escaping for some winter sun. Offering the perfect opportunity to find those special, quality seasonal pieces that will last and you'll love for years, as well as unique gifts for loved ones, Hat to Heel will be open from10am to 6pm every day (except closed in the afternoon of Weds 6th from 12.30pm).
The-Bias-cut.com: Enjoy 15% off your purchase when you sign up to the Style Club.
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'In conversation With Jacynth'
Join the-Bias-Cut.com founder Jacynth Bassett on Tuesday 12th November from 6.30pm –9pm, for drinks and a talk on age representation and inclusivity in the fashion industry, it's importance, the progress we've seen and the hurdles still to overcome. Tickets will be £5 and available via Eventbrite from next week.
PROUDLY SUPPORTING BEAUTY BANKS www.beautybanks.org.uk
During the two-week pop-up Hat to Heel will be collecting unused toiletries for BeautyBanks – a not-for-profit organisation established by beauty journalist and writer Sali Hughesand fashion PR Jo Jones. Beauty Banks distributes these basic hygiene products (the sort ofthings we all take for granted) to food banks throughout the county. As Sali says: "Clear hair, skin and teeth are a right, not a privilege. Personal hygiene – while not a matter of life and death – is crucial for our dignity, self-respect, personal pride and mental health." Take along any unused toiletries so they can be put to good use.
Check out www.the-bias-cut.com and www.joannazaramillinery