Leading the way in Ethical Fashion is British Talent, Innovation and Ecoluxe London.
In our September ‘ 12 exhibition, we had no less than thirteen UK based companies with Ethical credentials, dedication and support for British manufacturing.
With the motto ‘love is everything’, Tracey Ellis founded Shanti Sundays in 2010. Colourful leisure and yoga wear manufactured in the UK with its accessories manufactured in India, where the company also supports various charities.
Supported by Rain: Using broken umbrellas and end of roll fabrics to create unique rainwear made in the UK.
By Stamo: Luxury classics with a twist. Manufactured in the UK.
British designer Romero Bryan, chose to showcase his new collection in Ecoluxe London instead of NY Couture Fashion Week. His first attempt to create luxury with a conscious produced layered jackets and skirts with transparent details in cream and black.
Yvian, showcased with us their first collection. Dedicated to fair trade and fair working conditions. Yvian is committed to change lives and promote development through fashion.
Anna P: leather handbags and cool headbands. This season Anna, besides her leather accessories also showcased her collection made of recycled denim trousers. Everything is UK made.
Rebecca-Jane: Leather handbags and accessories made of recycled and reworked leather jackets. Manufactured in the UK
Selina Cheong: Leather handbags and accessories manufactured in the UK and made according to the highest quality standards.
Talented Totes: UK made totes and a range of canvas and fabric bags made in the UK. Menswear fabrics and off cuts are also used to create a range of totes with cool prints on them.
Bailey Tomlin: exquisite hair bands, head pieces, jewellery and handbags- designed and created in the UK
Hatastic!: reworked and reblocked vintage hats with added ‘bits and bobs’. Chloe works wonders.
Sew Last Season, Elena Garcia, presented her collection of upcycled men’s jackets and shirts.
The shoe fleur collection from Po-Zu.
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