The Generation Girl is back with a bite! The girls have been on a hiatus since Summer 2018 but the long siesta is now over and they have awoken with a new website and new merchandise to match.

Not heard of them? Read on…

The charitable fashion agency launched October 2017 when creative fashion students Hannah Castleton and Darby Stewart joined forces with for the girl power brain child. The Generation Girl stands for female empowerment and well-being, part agency where the girls team up with local ran female charities and infuse fashion with charity work. Last year saw the successfully ran up- cycling and styling workshops, as well as clothes drives all to help contribute to a more sustainable fashion industry and circular economy.

As well as this, a full range of merchandise is available to buy online through the main hub’s website or through the Generation Girl social media channels. Where 20% of each sale goes straight back into helping the local community.

There has been a bit of a spice up recently at Generation Girl HQ, Creative Director Darby Stewart continues to run the home fort in Portsmouth, England. Which has seen her recently single handly re design a whole new collection launching THURSDAY 14TH FEB 2019  (www.generationgirl.com) there has been a few teasers on the GG Instagram (Generation Girl Insta) meaning the new collection will drop on V DAY- what better pressie for your girl, bezzie, all time favorite Generation Girl.

On the flip side of things Co-Founder and Managing Director Hannah Castleton has made a move to the UAE and is pushing all things GG to a new audience of empowerment seeking, independent women. Hoping to blend the areas of fashion and community both in the UK and the Middle East.

This is a new chapter for the charitable fashion organization and they are taking everything 2019 throws at them.

WHAT: Generation Girl Relaunch

WHEN: Thursday 14th Feb 2019

WHERE: http://www.thegenerationgirl.com/

WHY: Its girl power in its purest form, support your local female community

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