Tickets go on sale today, Thursday 29 February, for The Good Clothes Show: a first-of-its-kind epic three-day shopping event dedicated to ‘good’ fashion, taking place at the NEC Birmingham between 20 - 22 September.

Celebrate the leap year by leaping into good clothes. Tickets go on sale today, Thursday 29 February at 10am, for The Good Clothes Show: the largest ever assembly of sustainable boutiques, brands, artisan makers and vintage treasures. Join celebrities and industry heavyweights - all under one roof – at Birmingham’s NEC Friday 20 - Sunday 22 September. Tickets are available now at:

Celebrity guests will include founder of Global Fashion Exchange and Swap King, Patrick Duffy, President of British School of Fashion and TV personality, Tessa Hartmann CBE and Contestant of “The Great British Sewing Bee” series five Mercedes Ferrari Plumridge.

The UK’s ethical consumer spending skyrocketed to £141 billion in 2023, and the second-hand clothing market experienced an unprecedented surge. At a time where demand for products that are better for people and the planet are on the rise, The Good Clothes Show is focused on driving that growth by providing direct consumer exposure to a curated collection of brands and retailers offering sustainable alternatives to fast fashion.

Presenting an unparalleled celebration of sustainable style and conscious couture, the Show will invite attendees to meet makers, re-workers, up-cyclers and artisans from all facets of sustainable fashion, pre and re-loved luxury. Guests can expect vintage, retro and everything sustainably-sourced-sophistication in between, carefully curated for an outstanding shopping experience.

Show feature areas will include the Re:Make Studio and Re:Style Lounge, as well as a dedicated swap shop with the Swap King himself, Patrick Duffy. The Re:Make Studio focuses on the three Rs: Repair, Reimagine, Repurpose - with attendees encouraged to bring along old pieces from their wardrobe to revitalise them for 2024 - whether that means a quick repair, embellishment or crafty alternation, Show experts will be there to inspire and guide.

At the Re:Style Lounge, visitors can pre-book to enjoy the ultimate fashion experience. The Good Clothes Show’s hand picked team of personal stylists will be on site to Re:Style guests’ favourite pieces or new sustainable purchases, whilst sharing tips to define a personal style, shop savvy and look phenomenal.

Kara Mooney, Director at The Good Clothes Show, said: “This very special first edition Show is not just a showcase of clothes, it's a celebration of creativity, sustainability and the transformative power of conscious fashion. We’re creating a platform where ethical fashion truly takes centre stage - with vintage, pre-loved, upcycled, reworked fashion and sustainably-sourced clothing and accessories available. From avant-garde designs that push boundaries to timeless classics, expect garments and collections from both emerging and established brands committed to sustainable practices. It's not just fashion; it's a fashion statement.”

There will also be a series of expert-hosted talks and panels, masterclasses, demonstrations and private styling sessions featuring leading figures in the sustainable fashion world. Along with shopping the latest must-haves and enviable one-off pieces, guests will be invited to learn the art of creating, repairing and re-wearing their own eco-conscious wardrobes.

First release tickets are available from £15 for a one day pass - with the option for multiple days, student and a VIP pass available – all with an early bird offer starting today.

Attendees will gain insights into the future of fashion, along with the discovery of groundbreaking initiatives, and an exploration into ways to make a positive impact on the environment through conscious wardrobe choices.

Andrew Marrus, sustainability expert and The Good Clothes Show board member, said: “This is a chance to look chic whilst being at the very forefront of change. This is no ordinary fashion event; it's a revolutionary movement towards a more sustainable and stylish future. We can’t wait for guests to step into a world where style meets purpose, and fashion becomes a force for positive development. Plus you will want to buy EVERYTHING. It’s going to be sensational.

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