Want to get designer goods at a steal and do your part for the society? Then head to the charity event at La Putri, Mandarin Gallery, on Sunday, between 12noon and 5pm.

The boutique will be selling a curated collection of pre-loved designer items from Lanvin, Stella McCartney, DKNY, Dries van Noten and more.

Expect dresses, jackets, tops, bottoms and accessories at discounted prices—everything will go from between $30 and $100. Apart from designer labels, products from other brands will also be on sale.

Buying pre-loved items is one of the easiest ways to support the sustainable fashion movement. Plus, you can also do a good deed as all proceeds from the sale will go toward supporting the children from The Business Times Budding Artists Fund and The Straits Times Pocket Money Fund.

Shopping while helping the environment and people in need? Surely that’s one good reason to get a new dress!

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And if you’re looking for jewellery, enjoy 20% off La Putri’s Jewellery only on January 12—10% of the purchase value will be donated in their name to the chosen charities. La Putri is a fine jewellery brand whose pieces have been worn by the likes of Constance Lau and Amy Cheng.

Constance Lau at Crazy Rich Asians premiere.

Goh Ying Li, who helms the brand’s creative direction, says “Sustainable fashion or increasingly termed ethical and slow fashion is a movement slowly sweeping through the nation, gaining momentum and traction, with multiple headlines addressing the topic in 2019. It is the time for sustainable style where we foresee an explosion of awareness and more conscious shoppers. At La Putri’s core, we have always had an underlying focus on sustainable jewellery, with bespoke services that refresh vintage jewellery and heirloom pieces for the modern women.”

Sounds like the kind of cause we would love to support!

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