The Link: 19th July, With Lydia Higginson (Made My Wardrobe)

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Rife’s free networking event for young creatives in Bristol, The Link, returns to the Watershed with this special event. 

Our speaker for The Link: Fashion Special is Lydia Higginson. Last year she started a project called Made My Wardrobe.

We will be bringing you some top guest speakers with fantastic creative industry knowledge; their exclusive tips could just be the thing to get you the insight into your future creative career.
Join us: 19th July 2017: 6pm-8pm in the Watershed. It’s free.

The Link is Rife Magazine’s free networking event for Bristol’s young creatives, under 24, to meet, be creative, collaborate and meet professionals. There will be refreshments. There will be lots of creatives to mingle with. And there will be lots of new people to meet.

So whether you are a writer, blogger, photographer, filmmaker, artist, illustrator or just intersted in lots of different things, The Link is perfect for you. Fun, friendly and informal.

Get your name on the list too by RSVPing here

Our speaker for The Link: Fashion Special is Lydia Higginson. Last year she started a project called Made My Wardrobe. She decided to make her entire wardrobe from scratch and give away all the clothes she had ever bought from shops. Lydia now only owns and wears clothes she has designed and made. 

In this talk Lydia will explore what she has learnt since starting her own business and becoming and full time designer. She will give us a few pointers on how to use blogging and social media, in particular Instagram, to share your creativity and how that can open doors to exciting and unexpected places.

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