In partnership with Browns and Scarlett Curtis, we're shining a light on the brands using their platform as an agent for change
At this month’s Underground Session we’ve partnered with iconic London luxury retailer Browns, to shine a light on brands joining the creative resistance. Moderated by author and activist Scarlett Curtis of Feminists Don’t Wear Pink, panel guests include co-founder of Beauty Papers, Maxine Leonard, comedian and activist Grace Campbell and social entrepreneur and co-founder of fashion brand Carcel, Veronica D’Souza. They'll be sharing why it’s important for brands to use their platform as an agent for change and how to use creativity to shift the conversation. The evening will take place at Browns East, located on Club Row in Shoreditch.
Tickets cost £10 per person with all sales donated to ‘Girl Up’ the organisation in connection with Scarlett’s new book ‘Feminists Don’t Wear Pink,’ guests will also receive a complimentary copy of the book to take home on the night.
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6.30 - 7pm: Arrival and drinks
7pm - 8pm: Discussion and Q&A
8pm – 9pm: Drinks and networking
• Complimentary copy of Feminist's Don't Wear Pink with every ticket
• Networking drinks with like-minded brands and creatives
• Meet with Appear Here’s Concierge team to discuss your idea
• Goodie bags from some of London's top makers
• Help raise funds for a good cause. All proceeds are going to Girl Up.