We’re hitting the road and heading to Bristol for our first ever Bristol pop up |
– Bristol & Yak!
A communal space where alongside our lovely Yaks we'll be collaborating with local artists, makers, and more on a mission to inspire and encourage people to shop better, and to repurpose, recycle, and repair their clothes.
Over the course of the month we’ll be hosting a load of great workshops and events, so be sure not to miss out!
About the space
Bristol & Yak is located in the heart of Stokes Croft, surrounded by independent businesses and vibrant eclectic street art that mean it’s deservedly earned a reputation as Bristol’s cultural and artistic hub. Inspired by their new neighbours, we've commissioned local artists to create their own murals for the space, bringing to our circularity message.
Inside, our latest organic dungarees and designs sit alongside our popular (Im)Perfect Yaks (Items with slight imperfections that are still perfectly wearable), while Bristol-based We Are Hairy People will be showcasing their amazing hand-painted creations. Customers can even drop off their old Lucy & Yak items in return for vouchers to spend in store. Find out more here.
Monday to Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 1pm - 5pm
So what’s on?
The pop up doubles up as a shop and an event space, with a number of workshops and performances planned throughout the month – everything from ‘Re:Yak’ repair workshops through to comedy with rising local star Abi Clarke: @wearehairypeople
Known for their amazing eco-friendly, hand painted creations, Bristol based We Are Hairy People will be teaching customers how to create and paint their own stencils to upcycle your clothes.
@AbiClarkeComedy hosts Laughter & Yak
A rising star of the comedy circuit, with a huge global audience who live for her TikTok sketches, Abi Clarke will be hosting a night of comedy at Bristol &Yak , alongside an amazing line up of local talents.
Re:Yak Repair Workshops with @Trashnerdclothing
Hosted by L&Ys’ own Cat Kenyon, this workshop will be all about the best ways to sustainably fix your clothes using second hand materials using a variety of different techniques.