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In-Store Repair, Renew and Reuse workshop at Christchurch Flagship StoreUpdated a year ago

At Untouched World, we're not just about creating beautiful, high-quality garments. We're also deeply committed to sustainability. As part of this commitment, we're proud to introduce our free in-store repair, renew and reuse workshops, exclusively available at our Christchurch flagship store.

Sustainability in Action

Our repair and renew service is a key part of our sustainability initiative. By offering professional mending consultations and garment renew advice, we aim to extend the life of our garments, reducing waste and promoting a more sustainable fashion industry. We believe in the value of each piece we create, and we're dedicated to helping you enjoy your Untouched World garments for as long as possible.

When and Where?

Our free repair, renew and reuse workshops takes place every first Monday of the month, from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. You can find us at our Christchurch flagship store, ready to assist you with your mending needs. No need to book, just pop in during the workshop hours with any questions you may have.

What Can You Expect?

During the workshop, our professional mender will be available to answer any questions you may have about garment care, repair techniques, and our mending services. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the repair and renew process and understand how we can help extend the life of your Untouched World pieces.

Enquire About Our Mending Service

Our mending service is designed to restore your garments to their former glory, ensuring you can continue to enjoy them for years to come. Whether it's a small tear, loose thread, or a worn-out area, our team is equipped with the skills and knowledge to mend a variety of issues.

Even if you don't have a garment that needs mending right now, feel free to drop by for a chat. We're always here to provide advice and share our expertise.

See more about our mending and repair service.

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