Entertainment The Grande Braderie de la Mode returns in June to support the fight against HIV
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Unmissable solidarity event, the Grande Braderie de la Mode returns for a summer edition in Paris / Pantin and Marseille to allow everyone to get exceptional fashion pieces at low prices. An initiative which also - and above all - supports AIDES in its fight against the HIV / AIDS epidemic.
As every year, the AIDES association organizes its Grande Braderie de la Mode, which will successively take place in Pantin (General Stores), from June 7 to 9, then in Marseille (Les Docks Village), from June 20 to 22 . The opportunity for fashion aficionados to do good business while supporting a good cause.
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For many years now, the Grande Braderie de la Mode has raised thousands of euros (€ 200,000 on average according to AIDES) to finance HIV / AIDS prevention and screening actions across France. For example, this sum is equivalent to the price of a million condoms or 350,000 rapid HIV test kits, as AIDES reminds in a press release.
Sponsored by Jean-Pierre Blanc, founder and director of the Hyères International Fashion and Photography Festival, this new edition will allow visitors to find creations branded Kenzo, Isabel Marant, Christian Louboutin, Claudie Pierlot, Aubade, Vanessa Bruno, Dr. Hauschka, Georges Hobeika, Chloé, Guerlain, or Gucci. All offered at low prices with discounts of up to -70%.
This new edition will be held first in Pantin (Les Magasins Généraux - 1, rue de l'Ancien Canal - 93500 Pantin) on June 7, 8 and 9, then in Marseille (Les Docks Village - 10 place de la Joliette - 13002 Marseille) on June 20, 21 and 22.
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