When it comes to the world of fashion, there are few women who know quite as much as YOU’s editor Jo Elvin, and designer Misha Nonoo – and now they’re joining forces for one night only, to talk everything from careers to their wardrobes and achieving a healthy work/life balance.
To mark the arrival of Misha’s very first pop-up shop in Marylebone – officially opening on Saturday 1 June 2019 at 70–72 Marylebone Lane – Jo and Misha are inviting a select group of readers and shoppers to celebrate with them in store.
The discussion, taking place on Wednesday 12 June, will also include an in-store styling event exclusively created for the readers of YOU Magazine, where Jo and Misha advise on day-to-play looks with pieces from Misha Nonoo’s signature Easy 8 collection – a range of 8 pieces that together create a total of 22 looks and one impressively streamlined wardrobe.
Want to brighten up your midweek calendar and be one of the lucky few in attendance? Head to Eventbrite for full details, and to book your space before everyone else gets there first.
About Misha Nonoo’s Marylebone pop-up
Misha’s month long pop-up will be a go-to destination for sustainable styling advice, informative events and panels along with intimate workshops which showcases Misha and her customers’ multidimensional lifestyle as ‘woMN on the go’.
In addition to selling her own products, Misha will also be championing and showcasing other sustainable brands – with the aim of curating one of London’s first sustainable concept stores. Along with pieces from Misha Nonoo’s ‘Create Your 8’ collection, the pop-up will also house an assortment of products from brands such as Aurelia Probiotic Skincare, Austin Austin Organics, EYM Naturals, Stay Wild Swim, The Laundress and many more.
As part of the pop-up, customers will be able to participate in a sound healing class with Yulia Kovaleva, Founder of Re:Mind, experience Mini Facials from the Skinworks team, calligraphy masterclasses with Papier as well as panel events featuring female entrepreneurs such as Samantha Cameron, Dame Helena Morrisey along with sustainable experts such as Cora Hilts of Rêve En Vert and Harriet Vocking, Chief Brand Officer at Eco-Age.
The pop-up will be open until 30 June.