Originally published on metropolis.co.jp on June 2014
Throwing away your clothes or selling them to a person you’ve never met isn’t really all that exciting. But Swaq Tokyo hopes to change that with a new variant on the swap party concept, aiming to establish both a clothes exchange and an innovative system of ecology. In a city overflowing with barely-worn clothes, each offers a chance to embrace a stylish and green lifestyle while having fun and meeting new people. The entrance fee changes according to the venue, but typically ranges around ¥500-1,000. The party will be held at a local florist with free flowers, drinks and delicacies. So start digging through your closet and get ready to enjoy this floral, fashionable and eco-friendly exchange opportunity.
Jun 28, Flower Kitchen of Porters. See community listings for details.