PETIT PLI AT
THE REGENT STREET EDIT
This September and October we’re popping up on Regent Street. Experience our incredible material technology in the flesh alongside a host of other activities and brands.
- LittleHuman Jet Pack design station, origami, and Petit challenges
- Live events with the British Fashion Council and Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership
- Exhibition of winning inventions from the James Dyson Foundation (we’re one of them!)
- Workshops with Vivobarefoot and experiments and samples with Notpla
- Unique and sustainable brands: Buttress & Snatch, Labtonica, Saywood, LR.D and 4649.REC
- Petit Pli designs available to purchase
- An out of this world competition with over £1000 of prizes
- Giant origami spaceship!
Close to Piccadilly Station and just down the road from Hamleys Toy Store
88 Regent Street, London, W1B 5RS
Activities for LittleHumans (and adults!)
15th September to 27th October
_Jet Pack Space Jam: Unleash your inner astronaut and personalise your jetpack at our design station with special edition Petit Pli stickers, crayons and pens. Then let your imagination take you up to the moon.
_Origami: create your own origami Space Shuttle! Deployable satellites and origami inspired the first Petit Pli garments, and we pay homage to these tiny research stations by combining the two.
_Height Chart: plot your height on our unique chart, finding out how you measure up against other astronauts.
James Dyson Foundation Winning Inventors
3rd September to 15th October
Winning the James Dyson Award in 2017 helped catapult our designs from viral internet success to viable brand. Visit the concept store to see our original prototypes alongside other past winners including MarinaTex: bioplastic made from fish waste; The Blue Box: at home breast cancer detection device; The Tyre Collective: tyre-wear pollution removal device; SafetyNet technologies: Sustainable fishing net.
Petit Challenges in partnership with Institut auf dem Rosenberg
14th September to 11th October
We want to encourage LittleHumans to think about our planet, our relationship to it, and how humans can make a positive impact when it comes to the clothes we wear. Take part in one of our challenges and share your ideas with us. Our favourites will be showcased in the pop-up from the 15th October.
BFC x Vanish Generation Rewear Screening
This compelling documentary addresses our excessive consumption of clothing and the culture of disposability and highlights those on the front line of fashion’s struggle to become more sustainable, including Petit Pli. This exclusive screening will be held at the end of London Fashion Week. Tickets will be extremely limited and will be available on the 15th September. Follow us on Instagram to be first to find out when they’re live: @petit.pli.
Forum on sustainability, innovation and climate action: what role do innovations play in improving sustainability both socially and environmentally in the fashion industry?
Hosted by Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership (CISL) the evening will bring together innovators from the CISL Fashion Innovator accelerator programmer and the brightest minds of the UK’s sustainability scene with panellists from Petit Pli, VivoBarefoot, CISL and Business of Fashion. Tickets for this event will be available to book here from 20th September.
Petit Challenge Showcase in association with Institut auf dem Rosenberg
15th to 22nd October
The winners of our Petit Challenge will be invited to send in their entries to go on display in the pop-up. Come and see what the future holds in the hands of our LittleHumans...
Notpla are providing drinks samples and groundbreaking technology- they make packaging disappear!: www.notpla.com
ARMEDANGELS have provided our team with staff t-shirts. The new Circular Tee with circularity. ID comes with an NFC-tag sewn into the sleeve. Scan it with your smartphone and you’ll be directed to information about producers, fabric composition and more. ARMEDANGELS are testing intelligent systems for sorting, resale and recycling in a real-life-setting. Their goal: testing a closed loop for textiles under real conditions, aiming to establish a circular infrastructure beyond the project‘s pilot phase. https://www.armedangels.com/wo-en/mission/circularity/circular-id
VivoBarefoot have kindly sent shoes for our team, meaning that long days on our feet will be infinitely more comfortable. Vivobarefoot brings people closer to nature with shoes that are healthy for us and the planet. Their footwear is designed to be as close to barefoot as possible, promoting the foot’s natural strength and movement and allowing you to feel the ground beneath your feet. Combining ancient, indigenous wisdom with modern innovation, their range consists of natural, biosynthetic and recycled material products of super minimalist design. www.vivobarefoot.com