Next Big Thing present an evening with sportswear brand Iffley Road.
This is the chance for attendees to meet the founders Claire Kent and Bill Byrne over drinks, hear the inspiring story of how the four-minute mile was broken and shop the collection in-store with complimentary monogramming available with every Iffley Road purchase.
The event is on 3rd April between 5.45pm and 7pm. Book your free space for this event via the 'book tickets' button.
About Iffley Road
Iffley Road is named after the Oxford track where Roger Bannister ran the first sub four-minute mile. Many believed that the human body was physically incapable of that feat, but in May 1954 Bannister breasted the tape at the Iffley Road track in 3:59.4, re-writing sporting history.
Iffley Road was set up by a husband and wife team who’ve both been keen runners since childhood. They wanted to make sports clothing that was both technical and stylish. Critically they also wanted to produce as sustainably as possible, sourcing and manufacturing in small batches in Europe and the UK.