Pretty Little Things has gone regional, and with a charitable cause.
معرض بريتي ليتل ثنغز الثاني راح يكون في بيت السدو بالفترة من ٢٨ ابريل الى ١ مايو بمشاركة ابيات
للأثاث و الهدف من المعرض مساهمة منهم مع مؤسسة خير الكويت لترميم بيت الأيتام بالكويت
The second Pretty Little Things will take place at Al Sadu House from April 28th - May 1st and with the help of Abyat, will aid in the effort to renovate the local orphanage. The Khair Al-Kuwait Charity Foundation is leading the effort at the orphanage and PLTQ8 wanted to pitch in!
For this PLTQ8, we have a goal of renovating an entire building at the orphanage. How do we plan on going about it? 3 ways:
1) Some items will be donated by Abyat
2) The rest will be placed on a wish list, from which event goers can pledge from. We get them at a discount, you get to see and choose exactly what your money buys.
3) At the same time, we will set up a charity art installation at the event to raise funds, which we will use to buy what's left on the wish list post-event.
Et voila, our humble contribution, complete, and every person who attends will be an integral part of it!
How to help?
1) Show up
2) Help out with the wish list or take part in the charity installation at the event
3) Spread the word
4) Remember that every little bit counts
5) Feel great about your contribution
General Info on Pretty Little Things:
The second Pretty Little Things will also see an exciting lineup of regional brands by the likes of Saudi Arabian labels Razan Al Azzouni, Fyunka, Sotra Boutique, Boston-based Anakatarina Eco Gioielli, and local brands May Jewelry, Pieces By Farah, Th'haba, Paper Design Nest, So Lulu, The Yard, Baby B, Lina Jewelry Design, Muneera Alsharhan, and Press Design. There will also be a line of scents, perfumes, bukhoor and scented candles from Saudi Arabia.
The first Pretty Little Things took place last December. Twinkling light-strung trees, trays of floral ceramic pots filled with complimentary tea, flickering tea light candles and baby yellow roses enchanted visitors, who cozied up with checkered blankets on golden park benches. Inside the venue, a hand-selected group of vendors showcased their wares. The social event was started by Noaf Hussein as a way for creatives, the curious, and those who appreciate the smallest of nuances to get together, shop, chat, and network with bloggers and each other in a beautiful setting. It's about the small details, the ones that make you smile—the pretty little things.
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