Join SET Boutique and Urban Bazaar for a Fair Trade Fashion Garden Party

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Online retailer SET Boutique will showcase the fair trade summer collection during a fashion show at San Francisco’s Urban Bazaar.

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Fair Trade Fashion Garden Party

This is SET Boutique's second fashion show held at Urban Bazaar and I am excited to create a garden themed event that compliments the breezy dresses

Please join SET Boutique for a fair trade fashion show on Saturday, July 9th. The event will be held at local Inner Sunset shop Urban Bazaar at 1371 9th Avenue from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. The fashion show will take place in the store’s outdoor garden at 1:30 PM where SET Boutique will present a collection of summer dresses and separates outfitted with unique jewelry and bags. This event is free of charge, and food and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP on the Facebook Event Page.

“This is SET Boutique's second fashion show held at Urban Bazaar and I am excited to create a garden themed event that compliments the breezy dresses,” says SET Boutique owner Lindsay Sullivan. One of the brands to be presented is Mata Traders, a customer favorite due to the whimsical prints and fun colors. Other highlights will include versatile knits from Alternative Apparel, tagua nut jewelry from muichic, and stunning copper and brass jewelry from World Shoppe.

About SET Boutique (Support Ethical Trade):
SET Boutique is proof that fashion can be ethical, and fair trade can be stylish. Our mission is to promote alternative shopping options that will end modern day slavery and exploitation. We scour the globe for clothing, jewelry, bags, and home goods made by socially responsible suppliers.

About Urban Bazaar:
A women-owned, artisan gift shop in San Francisco, Urban Bazaar is the creation of two local artists: Briana Bers and Brandi Chalker. Stemming from their shared passions for social justice, environmental responsibility, and promoting the handcrafted arts, they aim to create an alternative to big box chains and mass produced goods while supporting artisans locally and abroad.

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