In third place the designer that takes the spot is All Things Mochi.
We especially loved this ethical brand because of the vibrant colours and the delicate hand embroidery of the products which are created from artisans around Asia. Their accessories are made in Thailand, India or Hungary depicting the culture in each product.
Photographs taken at London Fashion Week of garments and accessories of All Things Mochi
2- EDEN DIADOTI
Eden Diadoti, achieves a respectable 2nd place. We loved this designer label because it is the epitome of an ethical luxury brand using fine materials from Italy and gold and precious pearls. What is most amazing about this label is the story of the artisans that created the products. The ready-made garments are created from disabled women in Italy, whilst the jewelry is created from women who survived the Rwanda conflict.
We spoke to Olly a designer from Bottletop and we were amazed with Bottletops foundation, empowering young people and their communities as well as tackling sensitive issues including the prevention of HIV/AIDS, unplanned teenage pregnancy, substance abuse, gender inequality, low self-esteem and vocational skills deficits.
Their bags are made from recycled materials such as cans, a non-conventional material creating unique and innovative bags.
Bottletop, steals first place due to their creativity, aims and aid for disadvantaged young people!