Eco Fashion in the UK

This exhibition is going on a short tour in the UK and it’s worth going to see. You’ll think about so much more the next time you do your laundry. It’s just important to know that as a consumer you have choices. You can go to Primark and buy a pair of for £8.00 but you can also go to Oxfam buy a cool pair of viantge and give them your old pair of (just make sure that you tie them together first). Junky Styling and Red Mutha have some amazing clothes and if you have an old favourite that is staring to look a little too worn for wear, just call them as they’ll customize it for you and you’ll have a great new original old favourite!





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