Thinx are popping in at our Melbourne flagship!
"Having followed Thinx in awe over the past few years and as a user, I'm beyond excited to be working alongside this incredible brand. Third Drawer Down is proud to collaborate with Thinx and the always inspiring Frances Cannon. Together, we've created a product that will directly impact future generations such as my daughters. The final pouch is uplifting offering its owner the perfect bit of motivation right when it's needed most." - Abigail Crompton, Third Drawer Down Founder and CEO
The pouch features a stunning Frances Cannon lady wearing Thinx and the words “I am capable powerful and worthy of love.” The pouch will be available at the popup store for A$30 or complimentary with the purchase of five or more pairs of Thinx.
I've worked with Third Drawer Down before and am always happy to create new products with them because these products are always of a high quality and super fun and cute! And as a person who bleeds, and someone who is environmentally conscious - the opportunity to work with Thinx is very exciting. The pouch we collaborated to create features a sweet drawing of a person on their period, who knows that they are CAPABLE, POWERFUL and WORTHY OF LOVE! I think is a special reminder (especially when we're on our period) that we are ALL capable, powerful, and worthy of love.” - Frances CannonAlongside Thinx, we’ll be hosting a Happy Hour with Frances Cannon on Thursday the 24th of October. Join us from 6pm at our flagship (93 George Street, Fitzroy) for nibbles and drinks. After the launch the popup will be running every day until Thursday the 31st of October.
Be sure to RSVP to the Happy Hour on Eventbrite as numbers are limited.
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