Learn. Live. Love. The annual conscious living festival organised by The Wedge Asia is back to promote these values, teaming up with Spark on 12 and 13 May at Equarius Hotel
How do you live your life? Throwing caution to the wind every now and then is acceptable and all (I think #YOLO is still a thing), but if you wish to pursue a more fulfilling life, you gotta start living consciously. If you’ve already begun pacing down this path (good on you!), then I’m pretty sure you’re already savvy with this one annual event that’s been at the forefront of this movement. Who needs orange? Green is the New Black.
Once again, the conscious festival is back to fly the flag high, hosting a two-day conference on 12 and 13 May at Equarius Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa. Over 70 conscious brands will be showing their support at the event, making sure that your retail therapy sesh of fashion, accessories, beauty and art will be a mindful one. Healthy, sustainable, and guilt-free, the marketplace here definitely won’t leave a dent on your conscience. Oh, and there’s even a clothes-swapping service to boot; talk about trendy!
As always, there’ll also be a cluster of healthy food vendors to satiate your hunger, live demonstrations and workshops, as well as a handful of talks helmed by guest speakers who will share the benefits and wonders of conscious living. But this edition of Green is the New Black has got one more trick up its sleeve, and it looks to be a saucy one.
This year, The Wedge Asia (founders of this conscious living movement) is co-branding Green is the New Black with sister event, Spark. What’s that all about? Well, the latter is an identity that celebrates love and relationships, and will not only have its own marketplace, but also talks that shed light on topics such as the myths and truths of sex and intimacy. Titillated? I thought so.
Green is the New Black x Spark, 12 May (5pm-10pm) and 13 May (10am-6pm), Equarius Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269, p. 6577 8899. Free entry.
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