Last Saturday I had the pleasure of bringing people and independent fashion brands together at my Time is Money Pop Up Shop Party. Since publishing my self-development book, Time is Money, in March, I’ve set about creating a platform for entrepreneurs and creatives. The success of last week’s event has ensured me that this initiative is a great one and I look forward to working with new people that have a talent or idea that they wish to get out there to a wider audience.
I also performed a new spoken word piece on the night called Pandora’s box which I will be working on some visuals for. You can catch a snippet of my poem on my Instagram @tannikataylor and keep up with all that is Time is Money on the project page @timeismoneyldn via Instagram.
The brands that featured on the night were amazing. Their products are one of a kind with a high quality factor. Be sure to check out Liquor Life, ILRAMIK, Ronnie London, Far More Advanced Clothing and Gassed Clothing and their streetwear and lifestyle collections for your Summer picks!
I showcased some new releases that will be coming under my own fashion business, Unique Boutique London, at the event before I fly out to Milan at the end of June for the photoshoot. An important factor of my Time is Money project is to capitalise on exposure. I sold my books, featured my brand and performed at my Time is Money Pop Up Shop Party as these are all fundamentals of my developing empire.
Creatives like Kimarli Allen also performed his new music material and showcased his ILRAMIK brand and the pop up shop event, and spoken word poet, Kiraya Kawesa gave a heartfelt performance for the second time since featuring in my latest book. The event was hosted by entrepreneur, actor and host Samuel Williams who always does a brilliant job interacting with his audience. These three gentlemen share their experiences in Time is Money and you can find out more about them by purchasing my book at timeismoneyuk.bigcartel.com.
Images courtesy of Nigma Shoots & Lollycomms Photography