Ever wondered how you can get this season's must-have looks but also save money and the planet at the same time? This is the free masterclass for you.
Hosted by a panel of Australia’s biggest names in sustainable styling and fashion, you’ll get practical tips to help you uncover secondhand treasure in your neighbourhood. Learn how to style secondhand pieces with help from Hannah Klose and Natalie Shehata at this online workshop.
About Hannah Klose
Never Ever Pay Retail op shop blogger, Hannah Klose, has been thrifting since birth thanks to her mum’s op shop obsession! When she’s not blogging about the best secondhand hot spots you can catch her styling recycled runway shows or sniffing out a bargain somewhere in Brisbane. She lives by the mantra ‘buy nothing new’ (except for underwear) and 99% of her wardrobe is pre-loved.
About Natalie Shehate
Natalie Shehata is the founder + editor of tommie magazine ‘the destination for creative Womxn with a conscience’, as well as the Eco Stylist for Save the Children Australia op shops nationally. Her fashion styling career spans 11 years. She founded tommie magazine with the intention to change the way we consume and interpret fashion, by educating and bringing an awareness to how our clothes are made and what actually happens ‘behind the seams’ - both in the manufacturing of our clothing and the advertising of them.
About this event
This event is being delivered as part of City of Sydney council's commitment to reducing landfill and supporting residents to reuse and reduce waste at home. It is brought to you by the City of Sydney and the team behind Garage Sale Trail, Australia’s #1 community and sustainability event dedicated to helping us make or save money buying or selling pre-loved.
Join the Garage Sail Trail in person or online on 21 & 22 November and grab a bargain at one of 16,000+ garage sales being held across the country.