Living more consciously
To give our clothes a life beyond their first wearer, we have created
We hope that you will bring your own pre-worn TOAST garments into
one of our participating shops, share their stories, and be inspired to
find other worn pieces to cherish and take home.
Join us on Wednesday 9th October in our London Notting Hill, Bath
or Edinburgh shops to mark the launch of TOAST CIRCLE with a
series of talks.
HOW WILL IT WORK?
Bring your pre-worn TOAST garments (up to 5 per visit) into a TOAST shop. Complete a story label detailing how and where you wore your garment.
Receive a token in exchange for each of your garments. The token will reflect the original value of your TOAST garment, as decided by the store team. There will be two tiers: either under £200 or over £200.
Explore the curated rails of pre-worn TOAST garments and trade your token to find new garments of the same tier.
WHAT CAN YOU SWAP?
You can swap up to 5 pre-worn garments that are still in good condition (free from rips, holes and stains).
We will not be able to accept any clothes that are damaged.
Garments should be clean and ironed.
Terms and conditions apply
Join us on Wednesday 9th October to celebrate the launch of TOAST CIRCLE in our Edinburgh, Bath and London Notting Hill shops.
Taking place in each shop will be a different talk, focusing on how we can lead more sustainable lives. TOAST Circle will launch during the evening, so please do bring along your pre-worn TOAST garments and start swapping for other pre-worn pieces to cherish and take home.
6.30pm – 7.00pm Arrival (please give your pre-worn items to a store team member on arrival)
7.00pm – 7.30pm Talk and Q&A
7.30pm – 8.00pm Clothes swapping opens
TOAST London Notting Hill hosted by Lucy Siegle
Lucy is a writer, broadcaster and public speaker on environmental
issues and sustainability. She has written To Die For: Is Fashion
Wearing out the World and Turning the Tide on Plastic: How
Humanity (and you) Can Make Our Globe Clean Again. She also
produced the Netflix feature documentary The True Cost.
TOAST Bath hosted by Kate Finnigan
Kate is the former Fashion Features Director of The Telegraph, and
now writes for the Financial Times, How To Spend It and Vogue. She
is a contributor to the sustainable platform Eco-Age and a creative
consultant for fashion and lifestyle brands.
TOAST Edinburgh hosted by Katelyn Toth-Fejel
Katelyn Toth-Fejel is a designer, artist and PhD researcher at the
Centre for Sustainable Fashion, University of the Arts London. She
has been featured in numerous UK publications including Lost in
London; Adventures in the City’s Wild Outdoors and Adrift.