Charity Christmas Pop Up, A Call To Garms II, returns to Savile Row this December

CRISIS, British charity for homelessness, will return to Savile Row this year with a Christmas pop-up store called A Call To Garms II. The pop up will be selling donated clothing and accessories from 46 tailors and international luxury menswear brands.

A Call To Garms shop window

A Call To Garms II will operate by selling clothes, donated by the leading menswear brands, including Harry’s, Anderson & Sheppard, Norton & Sons, and Cifonelli. The pop up will have exceptional offers, such as accessories from £10, clothing from £30, and suits from £100, and all the proceeds will be sent to Crisis before Christmas. Alongside the shopping experience, the pop up will also organise events, gigs, and special appearances throughout December.

Donated Menswear Clothes at A Call To Garms II

The Crisis at Christmas pop up was originally proposed by menswear stylist and writer Tom Stubbs, whose intention was to channel the generosity and resources of the fashion industry into raising awareness and financial support of the work that Crisis does. The pop up proved to be successful in the past few years, as in 2018 alone A Call To Garms managed to raise over £75,000 in nine days with minimal cost with the help of the Pollen Estate, shop volunteers, and participating brands.

Crisis is a charity that works directly with thousands of homeless people every year. By offering direct support and advice, Crisis aims to rebuild the lives of the homeless and to help provide the change to end homelessness for good.

by Lexi Fadina

Crisis At Christmas Pop Up, 31 Savile Row, London W1S 3PT is open from December 9-19, 2019
11 am – 7 pm, Monday – Saturday