PLEASE NOTE THIS HAS BEEN CHANGED TO OCT 31st
We are proudly sponsoring two community-based businesses in this wonderful bazaar dedicated to driving away hunger. Do come and join in the fun!
PURPOSE DRIVEN FASHION
Hopetees was initiated in response to the December 2004 tsunami disaster. Each limited edition raises funds on a project by project basis and contributes to a worthy cause that we are personally involved in or know people that are.
“If being fashionable means you can help others, then buying one of the Hope Tees can be beneficial in a multitude of ways.” (South China Morning Post, Operation Santa Claus)
The previous party was a great success. Held at Brunch Club & Supper in Causeway Bay, the place was jammed packed and we had people fighting for bags. Everything was sold out. Drinks were flowing and the food was of course yum!
Dialog, a clothing design company based in HK will be having another sale at Brunch Club. They will be featuring fab new bags & more Hope-tee shirts. Dialog works with micro businesses in Asia, proving that fashion & fair trade can go hand in hand. Also the Hopetees range raises funds for various charities.
Date: 11 Dec 2008 (Thursday)
Add: G/F 4 Sun Wui Road, Causeway Bay
And we’ll see you there…
Bohemian Chic Party Part II
Filed under events, fashion
I’m walking into the brunch club in a hope-tee, holding a really funky, Bohemian Dialog clutch, complete with tassels, and everyone turns to look. I’m not sure why, it could be that the hope-tee shirt made me look like I just stepped in from Cafe del Mar in Ibiza after having a salad and a martini….yes, its one of those tees that’s just made to be worn on top of a bikini, just drapes lovingly on your body, like a Greek Toga, you’ve got to see it & try it to know what I mean. (Btw, they do have Hope-tees for guys too) Or it could be the really unusual Boho clutch I was carrying, with pinks, reds, browns, flowers, stars, polka dots and stripes. It looked like I was carrying a bag made out of assorted candy & was definitely an eye-catcher with a lovely tassel at the bottom reminiscent of a Native American dream catcher. I love it, its fun, colourful and exotic! Yes, I must’ve been dreaming, transported to the party paradise isle of the Mediterranean on the wings of my dream catcher handbag.. In fact, for those of you who have been to the brunch club in SOHO recently, you’ll notice that we’ve got a really cool design on our wall, courtesy of Dialog, the people responsible for my fabulous new wardrobe at the moment. And what’s more, Dialog is having a party at “brunch club & supper” on Wednesday next week (9th April, 7.30pm) and of course, all brunch clubbers are most definitely invited! Have wines, cocktails and finger food, meet the creative geniuses of Dialog & Hope-tee shirts (Cassandra & Dong), get your hands on some of their latest designs, and lets have a blast!
See you there…
this is the mural at brunch club in SOHO by Dong & Cassandra