In support of VINTAGE WITH LOVE, Declutter and Style your wardrobe workshop.

DATE: Tuesday, 14 April.
TIME: Gin O'clock | 17h00.

Now is the time, during lockdown, to do your bit to support other women, donate your pre-loved clothes to Vintage With Love.

When women support women we connect, we smile, we conquer, we laugh, we achieve, we blossom. We come into full BLOOM. And at BLOOM Gin, we’re on a mission to encourage just that. We’re a sisterhood, a collective of fierce and fabulous women, all dedicated and passionate about one thing…making sure that every day we #LIVEFULLBLOOM.

Vintage with Love funds have always been donated to literacy charities around South Africa.

These charities help underprivileged children to read and write and aspiring teachers to fulfil their career dreams. Some of the charities include:

Chic Mamas

Click foundation

Columba Leadership Foundation


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Roxy Burger

TV Presenter and host of E! Online Africa’s “How do I look”, Roxy Burger, will lead the de-clutter & styling discussion, where some well-known celebrities and influencers add their styling tips. The workshop is to encourage all participating women to clear out their wardrobes and donate their clothes to the Vintage with Love cause, thereby do their bit to support female literacy and education.

Guest Speakers include:

Joanne Moore

Joanne Moore, one of the world’s first female Master Distillers, and internationally revered expert in the gin industry, will be speaking about the BLOOM brand, how it represents women today, and her goal with the brand and gin going forward.

Jacquie Myburgh Chemaly

Jackie, former editor of Business Day Wanted and former editor of ELLE, Style, Food and Home Entertaining and VISI, she is well-schooled in most forms of communication, has a fairly respectable fashion pedigree and is an avid consumer of vintage fashion.

Carol Bouwer

Carol, a former TV presenter, and now the founder of Carol Bouwer Productions, firmly believes that her purpose it to connect with people through her work, and that she’s aimed to do so since she came on the entertainment scene.

Leandie Du Randt

Leandie is an actress and producer who made her debut in the film Henley-on-Klip. Since then, she’s become a name in her own right, taking the South African acting and fashion scene by storm.

Nontando Mposo

Nontando is an influential creative who inspires through fashion, art, culture and architecture. She has been instrumental in supporting all ethnicities and sizes when it comes to models in the fashion world. She is also the current editor of Glamour SA magazine.

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