For Fashion Revolution Week 2018 sustainable and ethical footwear brand Po Zu have curated a space in the heart of Truman Brewery in London’s Shoreditch bringing a handful of ethical and sustainable fashion brands to the heart of all things cool.
I kick started my Fashion Revolution Week with Po Zu’s curation (you can take a look and read more about Po Zu here) I took so many photos they needed their own post!
Here are some of the other brands that are showcasing in the pop up store space until Sunday.
Probably the most well known sustainable brand. People Tree’s founder Saffia Minney is a sustainable legend and has been paving the way for ethical fashion since the 90’s.
People Tree produce clothing and accessories that are fully ethical and sustainable that don’t resemble sacks and each season produce really lovely print and pattern pieces, showing sustainable fashion can be produced on a seasonal system.
I really like their jewellery. So simple and elegant and their graphic t-shirts are worth a shout too and as someone who lives in jeans and t-shirts People Tree have got me covered.
Print and fashion forward looking pieces – rejoice! There was some lovely summer options in a cool jungle print. There were also corduroy pieces in cute pink and jet black. I’m going to be heading to the Lowie store soon to check out their full sustainable and ethical clothing collection.
Brothers We Stand
Brothers We Stand had such a cool stand and had the smallest space by far! Their display caught the eye as well as displaying information on suspended threads telling you about who they are and how they create their products. Great to see something for the fellas as well!
I enjoyed seeing these ethical and sustainable brands in the flesh. It was super busy at the launch event, which just goes to show that people really do care about who made their clothes, the circumstances they’re made in and the ethics behind the brands that create them. I can’t wait for this type of pop up concept to become a more permanent idea.