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  • Writer's pictureHarriet Field

Community Clothing Christmas Knitwear Pop-Up

From 5th - 15th December, Community Clothing will be popping up at the beautiful Pentreath & Hall. Offering an opportunity for customers to try before they buy, the brand’s knitwear heroes including lambswool jumpers, hats, gloves & scarves as well as the ever popular Community Clothing socks will be part of the showcase. Perfect for both Christmas shopping and self gifting!

The pop-up opens on 5th December, with Community Clothing founder Patrick Grant in store on Wednesday 6th December to welcome visitors.

Community Clothing Pop-Up:

Pentreath & Hall, 17 Rugby St, WC1N 3QT (just off Lambs Conduit Street)

Tuesday 5th December - Saturday 9th December, 11am-6pm

(Sunday 10th & Monday 11th December – Closed)

Tuesday 12th December – Friday 15th December, 11am-6pm

Community Clothing ‘Proper Jumpers’

Community Clothing creates fantastic quality jumpers that do not pill or lose their shape. The brand works with the very best quality lambswool, always sourced from the same farms, because lots of things, from climate to diet, affect the quality of the wool. The yarn comes from one mill that has been spinning in Denby Dale in Yorkshire for over 200 years and Community Clothing knit the men’s and women’s jumpers in Hawick in Scotland, in two mills which make the best jumpers in the world, for some of the best known luxury brands on the planet and also Community Clothing.

Community Clothing jumpers are warm, comfortable, super durable and are available in an array of colours, including classic earthy shades camel, truffle, mink and navy as well as some punchy new shades including flame red and rose pink. In addition to the jumpers the brand has a new range of knitted accessories: beanies, scarves and gloves, in a range of colours and patterns, all made in Scotland too.

About Community Clothing Wool:

Wool has been used to make clothes since the stone age. Wool is a brilliant material as it’s renewable; it has the second smallest carbon footprint (after linen) of any textile fibre and it is naturally biodegradable, at the end of its life it can be put back in the soil where it will decompose releasing valuable nutrients back into the soil. Wool fibres are naturally abrasion resistant, making woollen garments very durable, and its natural elasticity, along with its ability to absorb moisture, makes it extremely comfortable to wear.

About Community Clothing:

Community Clothing is a British clothing brand and social enterprise founded in 2016 by award winning clothing designer and judge on BBC One’s The Great British Sewing Bee Patrick Grant. Community Clothing does good things for people and communities in the UK, creating jobs where they’re needed most.

The mission is simple; to sell great quality clothes at prices people can afford; to make these clothes in the best British factories from the finest natural materials; and by doing this to create work and support skilled jobs in regions of the UK that need them most. In short, Community Clothing sells great quality clothes, at affordable prices and consequently creates loads of fantastic jobs in places that really need them. To date Community Clothing has created 279,000 hours of work and supported 1,880 jobs. Community Clothing has a network of 42 partner factories all over the UK, located predominantly in the Northwest, Yorkshire, the East Midlands and South Wales.

Community Clothing has developed a unique business model that keeps costs super low, enabling the brand to produce clothes in the very best UK factories from the best materials, and still sell them at affordable prices. The unique business model utilises off-peak production, creates seasonless, brilliant basics, supports ultra local supply chains and promotes radical simplicity.

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