It's a week of festivities for Belle et Rebelle. Our store of rue Saint-Hubert blows this Thursday 15 candleare. 15 years of local fashion, local shopping, trends, eco-responsibility, but also 15 years of upheaval, work, surprises and developments.
From this project was born a visual initiative in collaboration with the photographer Gaëlle Leroyer. Journalist and host Monic Néron and director, screenwriter and novelist Anaïs Barbeau Lavalette have, for a moment, played the muses for Belle and Rebel.
An event to highlight everything in a big way!
This Thursday, starting at 5 p.m., the 15th anniversary celebrations will take place. In addition to holding a traditional happy hour, Belle et Rebelle opens its doors and offers a conference on responsible consumption with Cynthia Boudreau, founder of En Mode Responsable, Janie-Claude Viens, development agent at Concertation Montréal, and Noémie Videaud Maillette, founding of the Collateral workshop. On the menu: tips and tricks for a responsible consumption, challenges and possible solutions that are simple, but just as effective.
Second-hand clothes and clothing collection
Belle et Rebelle has created a brand new Facebook private group to buy, sell or exchange your locally made used clothing and accessories. An initiative that is part of the slow fashion movement. The boutique also collects donations of clothing, shoes and accessories for Dress for Success Montreal, an organization whose mission is to help women in difficulty reintegrate into the workplace.
Finally, to thank its loyal customers, Belle et Rebelle is offering free delivery throughout the month of June.