PHVLO X MAYIET COLLECTIVE Bicester Village

PHVLO’s most recent pop up was in collaboration with The Maiyet Collective in Bicester Village, UK. A selection of PHVLO’s pieces went on sale alongside garments from the PHVLO x Central Saint Martins collection. An edited selection of PHVLO’s capsule pieces and the PHVLO x Central Saint Martins collection were displayed and available for customers to buy.

 

The Maiyet Collective sources the finest selection of pieces that are beneficial to the planet and makers. They encourage enduring self-sufficiency for artisans and thoughtful use of resources. Each piece is carefully selected and includes fashion, beauty, accessories, lifestyle and fine jewellery.

PHVLO and Maiyet Collective joined together putting on an event at Bicester Village. ‘Create & Design for a 25-Hour Lifestyle: Johanna Ho in conversation with Tamsin Blanchard’

 

Together they discussed the materials in our clothes, how they are made and how PHVLO has set about creating a more sustainable system of producing clothes from the way the pieces are designed through the supply chain.

PHVLO X MAYIET COLLECTIVE Bicester Village

PHVLO’s most recent pop up was in collaboration with The Maiyet Collective in Bicester Village, UK. A selection of PHVLO’s pieces went on sale alongside garments from the PHVLO x Central Saint Martins collection. An edited selection of PHVLO’s capsule pieces and the PHVLO x Central Saint Martins collection were displayed and available for customers to buy.

 

The Maiyet Collective sources the finest selection of pieces that are beneficial to the planet and makers. They encourage enduring self-sufficiency for artisans and thoughtful use of resources. Each piece is carefully selected and includes fashion, beauty, accessories, lifestyle and fine jewellery.

PHVLO and Maiyet Collective joined together putting on an event at Bicester Village. ‘Create & Design for a 25-Hour Lifestyle: Johanna Ho in conversation with Tamsin Blanchard’

 

Together they discussed the materials in our clothes, how they are made and how PHVLO has set about creating a more sustainable system of producing clothes from the way the pieces are designed through the supply chain.