Clothes, cake and cava.

Served up in plentiful portions these are the three secrets to the success of WALK IN WARDROBE , an east London swishing session with a difference.

Wardrobe Workshop founder Daisy Schubert is bringing her sustainable take on a traditional jumble sale back to Le Sorelle, a boat moored in South Quay , on Saturday, January 16.

Last summer saw rails crammed with pre-worn clobber arranged in shades matching the colour tones of spring, summer, autumn and winter brought on board, before visitors celebrated their fashion finds with sweet treats.


They could bag as many bargains as they liked all for a single entrance fee - and they can expect the same shopping experience this time around.

For stylist Daisy, her quirky events are what she calls “a mission to slow down the fashion industry and encourage a mindful approach to shopping.”

“The atmosphere on board Le Sorelle last time was fantastic, our guests loved it and have been following us to other venues around London and even all the way to Brighton,” she said.

“The fantastic location, excellent venue space and convenient transport links in South Quay mean that we are due to return in July 2016 and January 2017 too.

“The WALK IN WARDROBE™ would not be possible without the generous donations of great clothes that need a new home, and we encourage you to start the new year with a clear out of those pieces you no longer wear anyway.”

Two sessions will run at 2pm and 4pm and guests are encouraged to bring along bags of good-quality clothing to add to the collection.

Tickets priced at £15.

January 16, 2pm and 4pm, £15, Le Sorelle South Quay.