May 31 @ 8:00 am - June 28 @ 5:00 pm Free
Good Stuff is a pop up experience of living well in the circular economy and it will be running from May 31st through June 28th, 2019, at South Street Seaport.
Good Stuff will feature “good new” clothing and home goods (sustainable/ethical), “good used” (curated/appealing), and “good fixes” (repair and service for what you love), and “thoughtful stuff,” a series of deep-dive panels, hands-on workshops for adults and children, and wildcard events.
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Here’s our adorable Southstreet Seaport venue😍 @goodstuffny opens May 31! •We will curate a “home” featuring good new stuff, good used stuff, and good fixes for your stuff, + panels, workshops, and hands-on experiences. The #circulareconomy is beautiful, sustainable, accessible – and it is Now. Sneak preview of what to expect: sustainable and ethical products, curated secondhand items, and a drop-off repair service, as well as hands-on repair workshop tutorials led by @rei, @nycfixup, and @remadeinbrooklyn. ✨ JOIN US in NYC! To quote @thenewfashioninitiative: You’ll walk away feeling so…GOOD 😄 Link in bio for more details☝️ ‣GoodStuffNYC 203 Front Street, NYC ‣May 31-June 28, 2019 ‣Open daily to the public, 10-8 M-Sa,10-7 Sun. www.goodstuff.nyc #TuesdayTruth . . . . .#goodstuffny #rei #goodfixes #repair #fixing #cycling #bicycle #sustainability #circulareconomy #circularfashion #sustainablefashion #sustainableliving #consciousfashion #wastenomore #zerowastelife #ecofriendly #zerowastehome #reuse #gogreen #nyc #savetheplanet
It’s time for a coherent, comprehensive vision for moving forward. We’ve taken a page from
Michael Pollan’s vision for simple, healthy eating: Have good stuff, not too much, mostly reclaimed. Care for it. Pass it on. The immersive experience proposes a simple, achievable path towards a new model of consumption.
The Good stuff space is designed as a home environment with living, dining, bedroom, and closet installations featuring the brands and thought leaders who are building the circular economy, today.
Brendan Synnott, founder of Pact Organic and Bear Naked, Deborah Drew from World Resources Institute, Jon Caramanica from the New York Times, Agustina Besada from Unplastify, Elizabeth Cline, author of Overdressed, Lauren Fay from The New Fashion Initiative, Tabitha St. Bernard from TheWomen’s March, John Oppermann, Earth Day Initiative and many more.
205 FRONT STREET, NY NY 10038.
OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY FROM 10AM-8PM AND SUNDAY FROM 10AM-7P.