Hunter creates 'Hunhouse' at Mighty Hoopla

Hunter: Hunhouse took place in Brockwell Park
Hunter: Hunhouse took place in Brockwell Park

British brand partnered Brockwell Park festival as part of Pride campaign.

Hunter, the British footwear and fashion brand, opened the "Hunhouse" at Mighty Hoopla as part of its official sponsorship of the festival in London's Brockwell Park.

Festivalgoers could walk through the activation, which included a mirror room, shimmer curtains, a wind-blower and biodegradable confetti, plus a playful photo opportunity with drag queens wearing Hunter limited-edition boots.

The activity was created in-house by the brand’s design team to coincide with the launch of the Hunter Pride Play Boot, a special edition of the Play Boot designed for Pride month with a rainbow sole, pull tag and logo.

To launch the item and mark Pride month, Hunter is also celebrating five individuals within the LGBT+ community, including London-based performer ShayShay and BBC radio host Glyn Fussell, by supporting charities chosen by each ambassador.

Hunter creative director Alasdhair Willis said: "In launching the Pride edition of our PLAY boot, kicking off festival season and Pride month, it was important for us to ensure that we engaged with the LGBTQI+ community and not just land a traditional campaign. Mighty Hoopla, as London’s most inclusive festival, was an opportunity for us to deliver an experience that added to the event, with the Hunter Hunhouse delivering an Instagram-ready backdrop for festivalgoers to capture their own content, supported by our ambassadors wearing the Pride PLAY boot."

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