The DePopUpShop is coming to Newcastle Student Union on the 27th of March, bringing you vintage preloved clothing, quirky handmade jewellery, and unique art all in the same venue.
We have targeted creative students and local independent companies to come sell, in effort to support our local community and to bring you the best of the North East. This article will give you inside knowledge of who and what to expect to see on the 27th of March!
Newcastle University student start-ups BelleBands and State and Soigné will be making a debut at the pop-up shop. You may have already seen BelleBands brightening up campus this term, they will be selling their handmade headbands, expect to see bright colours and lots of different patterns. State and Soigné an up-cycled clothing brand, have already been a massive hit on Depop this year. They promote sustainable fashion, with every item being unique. Get a sneak peek at what these two are selling at this week’s RAG fashion show.
Newcastle’s very own Gingernut Vintage will be taking a stand selling preloved clothing. Already selling all over the North East at various markets and at Newcastle’s Stack, come and see what they have to offer. NCL Vintage Clothing popped up on Instagram this term and will also be offering some preloved clothing which you now will be able to see first-hand.
Some local artists will be showing off their creative flair with their unique art. With lino print and embroidery work from the Curious Smark and WishCraft Prints will be selling lovely A4 and A3 wall art, perfect to brighten up your student home or as a Mother’s Day gift! Ella Bella Gifts, a student from Durham, will also be selling bright handmade gifts such as beaded hoop earrings, bow ties and fabric scrunchies.
These are just a few selected stalls that have booked a space at the DePopUpShop, follow our Facebook event as more companies will be revealed in the run up. Here you can also to find out how you could get involved selling at the DePopUpShop. All of this and more will be seen at the Venue in Newcastle Students Union at 12pm - 4pm on the 27th of March, make sure you don’t miss out on some great products!
To enter there will be a small fee on the door of £2, which is going to a great charity, the FutureSense Foundation. They aim to help deprived communities all over the world, supporting education, health and wellbeing. Visit FutureSenseFoundation.org to find out more about the amazing work they are doing all over the world.