Christmas is over, the New Year is here, and what better way to begin than by toasting to 12 of the most inspiring creatives on our radar right now?
On Friday 13 January from 6.30pm, you’re invited to join the It’s Nice That team for drinks to celebrate the launch exhibition of It’s Nice That’s Ones To Watch 2017. The evening, which is supported by Uniqlo, will be hosted in-store on the third floor of Uniqlo, 311 Oxford Street, W1C 2HP.
During the evening, there will be an exhibition featuring the exciting work of our 12 Ones To Watch, London-based DJ and producer Throwing Shade will be playing us music – and, if you’re not mid-detox, there’ll be drinks on us too. We will also be selling limited edition Uniqlo UTme t-shirts created by Ones To Watch creatives photographer Joyce NG and illustrator Jack Sachs.
Grab yourself a free ticket here!
Supported by Uniqlo
The idea at the heart of all of Uniqlo’s clothing is LifeWear – clothes that make your life better. Style doesn’t have to be superficial; it can keep you warmer, cooler, drier. Uniqlo creates LifeWear by evolving the ordinary, producing innovations big and small that benefit you every day.
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