Anthropologie expands links with Port Eliot festival
This July sees the return of Port Eliot Festival, the annual event celebrating music, literature, fashion, flowers and film taking place in the woodland gardens and park of an ancient stately home in Cornwall.
This year, the festival expands its ties with long-time collaborator Anthropologie with the lifestyle brand taking up residence in the festival’s legendary Wardrobe Department – an area described as ‘basecamp for fashion imagination gone wild’ and curated by internationally renowned fashion critic Sarah Mower.
As part of the activities, Anthropologie will host a series of creative workshops for guests, including a pompom headband-making class. Anthropologie’s visual manager Zoe and Dustcloud Studio will be hand painting florals on leather coin purses, while renowned artist Mary Lynch will create life-size versions of her dolls capes.
Port Eliot visitors will also have to opportunity to customise a piece of their own wardrobe with Cornish fashion designer Uzma Bozai and create an upcycled rosette broach using designer suplus materials.
The Wardrobe Department will be launched by fashion designer Ashish, and present talks by milliner Stephen Jones, designer Giles Deacon and Sarah Mower.
Port Eliot Festival will take place on 27-30 July at Port Eliot estate in St Germans.
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