COTTONOPOLIS X NATIVE YOUTH SUMMER WARM UP 

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Northern Quarter venue Cottonopolis have teamed up once again with Manchester fashion brand Native Youth to bring you the ‘Summer Warm Up’. The two-day celebration of fashion and music takes place on Thursday 31st May and Friday 1st June and will see further brand collaborations with RCNQ, Barber Below and WAHnails with after parties curated by Meat Free and MCR Live.

By day Native Youth will transform an area of Cottonopolis into a Summer Sample Sale, feature one-off pieces plus designs from current and previous collections and an exclusive showcase of their upcoming collaboration with Belgium accessories brand Komono. UK made garment care brand Attirecare, who specialise in products that are carefully designed & formulated to prolong the life of your favourite pieces, will be joining us to compliment your Native Youth wears.

Pop-ups from Northern Quarter favourites RCNQ and Barber Below will be on hand to offer fresh cuts in time for the weekend at the reduced cost of £15 (book via bit.ly/bookrcnq )with WAHnails perfecting those manicures with their internationally famous nail art designs.
The celebration continues into the early hours with disco, house and techno collective Meat Free curating the DJ line-up o the Thursday night and local creative and cultural network MCR Live curating the Friday line-up

THURSDAY 31st May + Friday 1st June | 11am – late

The first 10 customers each day will receive a goodie-bag, with on-the-spot bags given out throughout both days.

Book a table in advance via bookings@cottonopolis-NQ.com

 

 

NATIVE YOUTH
Recently crowned 2017 Drapers ‘Young Fashion Brand of the Year’ for the second-year running, Native Youth is one of Manchester’s most innovative fashion brands. Influenced by international street style and contemporary culture, Native Youth specialises in signature prints and easy-to-wear staples cut from premium fabrics.

https://www.native-youth.com

RCNQ + BARBER BELOW 

Situated in the hip bohemian Northern Quarter district in Manchester city centre, RCNQ aims to bring a new dimension to the experience of hairdressing in the city. All stylists are industry experts with an impressive resume and no stranger to international runway shows and shoots. 

To book an appointment on the Thursday – head to : bit.ly/bookrcnq

WAH Nails

East-London based have changed the nail salon game with their never endling portfolio of fun nail art and events and their inclusive spirit.  WAH founder ‘Sharmadean Reid MBE has recently been named as one of the 15 people who will define the future of arts in Britain’ by The Independent.

www.wah-nails.com/


Native Youth x Komono eyewear will be available from select retailers and online at native-youth.com at the end of June