You’re invited! Gung Ho partners with Plant Hub for new collection launch parties

BICBIM fave, Gung Ho, is launching their SS19 “Food for Thought” collection with a series of seriously cool parties, starting on Friday 22 February.

Gung Ho has joined forces with Hackney’s newly launched Plant Hub, a plant-based culinary academy, café and deli, to offer a weekend of the best in sustainable food and fashion.

Their latest designs, which are inspired by the impact food has on the environment, will be modelled by real women – brilliant chefs and industry wave makers.

All of Gung Ho’s collections weave meaning into the prints by illustrating particular environmental issues. Every garment is handmade in London using sustainable fabrics.

“I’m driven by desire to create fashion that means more,” says founder Sophie Dunster. “That way, you cannot only wear what you love, but what you believe in.”

THE EVENTS

1. LAUNCH PARTY
Friday 22 February 2019
7pm – Late
£15

Be the first to shop the ‘Food for Thought’ collection and learn more about the inspiration behind it and issues it promotes from  fabulous Gung Ho founder Sophie Dunster.

Ticket includes a complimentary sustainable cocktail and taster canapés to introduce you to Plant Hub.

BOOK TICKETS HERE

2. SUPPER CLUB
Saturday 23 February 2019
7pm – Late
£40 pp

A five-course, vegan extravaganza with drinks included!

Each course is introduced by a female inspirational change-maker in the food industry.

BOOK TICKETS HERE

3. MINI WORKSHOPS ON MAJOR TOPICS
Saturday 23 February & Sunday 24 February 2019
£10 per class (book online and they will email you with a choice of classes to sign up to)

11:00 – 12:15: Where do you get your protein from?
Learn about the most protein packed veggies and how to easily eat less meat, with recipes such as ‘British beans with Pesto smothered greens’.

1:30 – 2:45 Seasonal eating
Answering the question “in the midst of February what should we be eating?”Expect to pickle, ferment and feel good!

3:00 – 4:15 Wonky and wonderful
Championing the so-called “ugly veg”, this class reveals the hidden potential of an OddBox

BOOK TICKETS HERE

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