Kafnu x Gwen’s Boutique Presents: The Preloved Fashion Shopathon What are your resolutions for 2020? Reducing waste and consumption is something Kafnu and Gwen’s Boutique would like to do more of, and after the successes of our Sustainable Sunday Marketplaces, we would like to invite you to our first ever Preloved Fashion Shopathon!

Imagine a shopping night with good music, nibbles and a treasure trove of second-hand high street clothing curated by us especially for you, all for the price of one ticket. Take home as many pieces as you like, and feel good about doing your part in helping to tackle the overwhelming amount of waste the fashion cycle creates with its constant pursuit of newness. After all, second hand is not second best, and by shopping preloved you are helping to give clothes a longer lifespan while contributing directly to the recycling community.

There is no limit to how many pieces you can pick up at our Shopathon, but we do have a very limited number of VIP tickets that give you early access and first dibs on all the goodies available. With food lovingly cooked by Table of Two Cities, an NGO that supports refugees and part of the ticket sales being donated to charity, walking away with a brand new guilt-free wardrobe never felt better!

| Date & Time |
Date: January 16th, 2019 (Thursday)
7pm – 8pm : VIP Access
8pm – 10pm : All Ticketholders

| Price |

| Venue |
2/F, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay

The event will be inside Kafnu. Kafnu is located on the 2nd floor inside Kerry Hotel. The closest MTR is Whampoa MTR exit C2. You can also conveniently access the venue from Hong Kong Island via the North Point <--> Hung Hom Ferry which takes only 7 minutes. Schedule here: http://bit.ly/kafnu-ferryschedule

| About Table of Two Cities |

This is a storytelling project told through the medium of food. The idea that a shared meal can bring both sides of Hong Kong to one shared table.  Two sides of the city, united by an idea, by acceptance, understanding and by food.

We hope to convey the perspectives from Hong Kong’s refugee community as faithfully as possible. We believe there is a particular power in words and an empowerment from having your own narrative. We lightly redact our interviews but keep the content true to how we were given the information. Opinions are interviewee’s own.