To celebrate the release of its new series, ‘Heartbreak High’, Netflix has opened the ‘Heartbreak High: Uniform Shop’, a two day pop-up in Sydney.
This thrift shop has been curated by one of Australia’s most renowned stylists, and you can take home your chosen item of clothing or accessory for free.
According to Netflix, the shop’s catalogue will feature “locally designed pieces and some of the most sought after thrifted threads across the country”.
It will be stocked with pieces from HoMie, Clothing The Gaps, Jody Just and Off White. 500 pieces being given away each day on first come first serve basis.
Furthermore, there will be facilities to get a temporary tattoo and get yourself clicked by a professional photographer. The shop will be available on September 17 and 18 from 10:00AM to 6:00PM. It will be held at 520 King Street, Newtown, Sydney.
The original ‘Heartbreak High’ was an Australian TV show created by Michael Jenkins and Ben Gannon that ran from 1994 to 1999. The series has been rebooted by Netflix with an 8-episode season which is now streaming.
According to the official description:
“Heartbreak High is a high-octane ride into the minds and lives of a group of Australian teenagers. The discovery of a secret map that charts all the hook-ups in the school year makes its architect, Amerie (16, rebel, loudmouth – THE HEART), an instant pariah. In an effort to set the hypersexual students straight, the school forces them into a Sexual Literacy Program.
“With her new friends, outsiders, Quinni (neuro-divergent truth bomb – THE BRAINS) and Darren (ambitious, super-dooper gay – THE CLITORIS), Amerie must repair her reputation, whilst navigating love, sex, and heartbreak.”
Check out the official trailer: