The Prince of Wales is joining forces this Summer with musicians, comedians, environmental experts and some of Britain’s best known companies to create a unique festival in the heart of London. The Prince is opening up his own gardens at Clarence House, together with his neighbours’ gardens at Lancaster House and Marlborough House this September and ethical fashion has been invited to be part of the inspiration.
Orsola de Castro, Lucy Siegel, Jocelyn Whipple and Livia Firth will curate the up cycling workshops for Prince Charles’s Clarence House Garden Party from September (8th – 19th) and we need some help from some dedicated ethical fashionistas.
We have a limited number of spaces and are looking for ethical fashionistas who are available for the first three weeks of September. You must have an understanding of fashion and be ready to be a machinist one day and a runner the next - you will be working with ethical designers and the public so you must have a love for people. We will cover travel and lunches for the chosen team. (You must be London based)
For more info link to http://www.startgardenparty.co.uk/
To register your interest please email email@example.com with a short paragraph about your skills.
Closing date 19th August 2010