Eco-fashion campaign #LoveNotLandfill & top fashion influencers showcase the beauty of second-hand clothes in a unique charity pop up between 8-11th November 2018. With collections of stunning second-hand clothes from charity shops, curated by some of fashion’s most style-savvy influencers. Enjoy guilt-free shopping as all profits go to the charities involved whilst you help save the planet.
This unique collaboration features The Barnardo’s Collection by Confetti Crowd; The Oxfam Collection by Paloma in Disguise; The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection by Jasmine Hemsley; The TRAID Collection by Lizzie Loves and the depop Collection with Grass Routes, BasementSix and AMSLaLaLand, with additional exclusive designs by street artist Bambi.
Each designer has chosen a collection of 300 pieces (men’s and women’s fashion and accessories) from their partner charity.
The #LoveNotLandfill Pop Up also features one of #LoveNotLandfill’s clothes banks featuring street artist Bambi’s bespoke TOMBOY design. So bring along any unwanted clothes to recycle, before replenishing your wardrobe with some second-hand gems.
Second-hand does not mean second rate. The pop-up offers affordable, interesting, good quality, unique and even designer alternatives to fast fashion – pieces by Chanel, Gucci and Stella McCartney feature amongst the collections.
There is also a series of creative workshops held at the shop, teaching upcycling skills to help London’s fashion fans give their clothes the love they deserve. These include Barnardo’s 90’s Up-Cycling Event with Spice Girl themed DJ and all things shiny; Oxfam Jazzing Up Jackets – pimping work jackets from office to nightclub; Royal Trinity Hospice Jewellery Mending Workshop – where you can bring along your own broken pieces to mend or choose from a collection of broken jewellery to fix and buy, and TRAID’s Darn Good Darning – where you can learn how to fix holes in knitwear and make them a feature.