Girl Effect is giving lucky readers the chance to win an exclusive necklace design by Tatty Devine
On 20th July, Girl Effect Live, an all-day festival will take place in London, headlined by Girl Effect supporter Jessie J. The festival promises a day of celebration, creation and conversation about the power of girls to break the cycle of global poverty.
Taking place in venues in and around London’s Brick Lane, the festival will offer a series of free exciting happenings during the day, featuring a range of creative talents including Dizraeli, James Massiah, Mae Martin, Ava Vidal, SLAMbassadors UK and Wah Nails, as well as an evening gig headlined by Jessie J.
To mark the occasion of the event and to show their support for girls living in poverty, British jewellery designers Tatty Devine have teamed up with Girl Effect to create an exclusive limited collection of Girl necklaces.
To find out more information on Girl Effect Live please visit: www.girleffectlive.com
Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE from Tatty Devine say, “We are big believers in the power of girls to change the world. We’ve created three editions of our exclusive Girl necklace so that everyone can show their support for girls living in poverty and help spread the word about Girl Effect. Our jewellery is all about expressing yourself in a fun and distinctive way and we can’t wait to see everybody wearing their necklaces in support!”
How to enter
To win one of these exclusive Tatty Devine necklaces and show your support for Girl Effect Live, follow @maximumpop and RT the tweet below:
— Maximum Pop! (@maximumpop) July 14, 2014
About Girl Effect
Girl Effect is a movement launched in 2008 by the Nike Foundation, in collaboration with the NoVo Foundation, United Nations Foundation and Coalition for Adolescent Girls. It is driven by hundreds of thousands of supporters who believe in the potential of 250 million adolescent girls living in poverty. The Girl Effect launch was accompanied by a film that caught the imagination of people the world over. The message of this film remains the same – watch it and get the simple case for supporting girls here. To find out more information on Girl Effect Live please visit: www.girleffectlive.com
To share your voice and help make a noise on social media about the event, the UK public are also invited to join in conversations on social media using #GirlEffectLive and via Girl Effect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. There will also be coverage of Girl Effect Live throughout the day on SBTV.
About Tatty Devine
Tatty Devine is an independent British company designing and making original, playful jewellery by hand in their London and Kent studios. Their standout designs are all about expressing yourself in a fun and distinctive way. Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE, who met at art school, founded Tatty Devine in 1999. The brand blurs the boundaries between art, fashion and culture. www.tattydevine.com.