Fashion ComPassion had an excellent night at the Ethical Fashion Show & Industry Speakers: Rasing Money for the Rehema Project on Wednesday. The event was promoting variety of sustainable and ethical brands from all over the market, from clothing and beauty to food.
All the money raised by the Ethical Fashion Show would go towards funding the Rehema Project, a charity which helps vulnerable women and children in Tanzania. Before the show began, we were treated to an exclusive Q&A session with some of the industry's leading experts on sustainable fashion.
The panel included Caroline Nodder (Editor in Chief of Drapers), Tamsin Lejeune (Director of Ethical Fashion Forum), Maggie Jones (Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport), Sandy Black (Author of ‘The Sustainable Fashion Handbook’), Liz Parker (Labour BehindThe Label) and Mark Bloom (Managing Director of Komodo). They discussed a range of issues including the consequences of the Rana Plaza collapse and the difficulties which faced sustainable fashion companies.
The show was showcasing men and womenswear from a range of sustainable brands including People Tree, Beulah, Komodo, Junky Styling and Zoe Boomer. The evening was a huge success and we want to thank everyone involved, especially Charlotte Instone who put the event together. Here are just some of our photo highlights! Enjoy!
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