UTAS Pop-Up Preloved Clothing Night Markets

UTAS Pop-Up Preloved Clothing Night Markets

It’s on again! The Preloved Clothing Market and UTASLife collaboration went down so well in June that we’re going for take two. Bookings are open for the second UTAS Pop-Up Preloved Clothing Night Market on Friday 28 September, 4-8pm at UTAS CBD Apartments, 157 Elizabeth Street in the city. Have a read of the Stallholders Info and Book your spot.

In June 2018, The Preloved Clothing Market joined the University of Tasmania to kick off Semester 2 with something a little new for students, staff and the local community with a Night Market.  

The event was resounding success with the Ref pumping with preloved fashion, live music and enthusiastic bargain hunters. No-one was to be disappointed with the turn out and the fab fashions on offer. Many walked away, arms overloaded with their finds.  The mood seemed to be that one can never be too wildly overdressed!

We predicted we’d be back! Don’t delay…get along for a fun night bang smack in the heart of Hobart!

Pink Ribbon TWL Preloved Clothing Swap Breakfast

Tasmanian Women Lawyers and The Preloved Clothing Market are excited to be joining together to cohost a Pink Ribbon Breakfast Clothing Swap because we want to help raise awareness and make a difference to Australians affected by breast cancer. Most of us have been touched by this in some way.

Your ticket is to swap (up to 6 preloved garments and/or accessories), to enjoy a complimentary champagne breakfast, to enter you into a hamper draw and has you kindly donating to the 2018 Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Campaign. Book to Swap. It’s at the Law Society of Tasmania, 28 Murray Street, Hobart from 7.30 – 9.00am on Wednesday 10 October.

Donations made by purchasing a ticket to this breakfast and made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation Event Page will help enormously.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia’s leading national body funding game-changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the Australian public.

We certainly believe research is the best way to prevent deaths and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated. NBCF is working towards one goal: zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030. Together we, with you, can help them get there.

Tasmanian Women Lawyers and The Preloved Clothing Market thank you for your fab support!

Proud Community Supporter of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.