Watch: Glamour pop-up launches #ThePositivityProject alongside new super-sized issue

The London pop-up shop is promoting #ThePositivityProject, an initiative by Glamour aimed at ditching negativity and replacing it with 30 simple positive acts to bring back the joy every day.

The launch by Glamour coincides with the change of the Condé Nast title's mag from the handbag sized format to a more standard size for the February issue. 

The pop-up is taking place all this week at Condé Nast International Worldwide News, 1-2 Hanover Square, W1S 1JU

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