Tag Archives: Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion at the London Mela

The London Mela was a free family festival held in Gunnersbury Park last weekend, on Sunday 1st September. ‘A celebration inspired by South Asian Culture’, there was plenty going on, including music, arts, dance and loads of food. BBC Asian … Continue reading

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Fashion Books and Second-hand Kids Clothes

Here are my two latest Oxfam Fashion blog posts. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/fashion-blog/2012/07/like-a-kid-in-a-charity-shop http://www.oxfam.org.uk/fashion-blog/2012/08/hunting-for-fashion-and-textiles-books?cid=ScM_TW_Shop I was inspired to write about second-hand fashion and textile books after finding St CYR Vintage in Camden Stables Market when hunting for London’s best vintage shops. Alongside a … Continue reading

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Oxfam’s Big Bra Hunt Urges Women to Sort through their Undie Drawer

Research by Oxfam found that women are hoarding £1.2bn worth of unworn bras in their lingerie drawer. The charity found that the average woman has nine bras, of which a third are unused. It doesn’t surprise me in the slightest, … Continue reading

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Ethical Fashion at EcoLuxe London

My latest post for Oxfam Fashion can be found here: Ethical Fashion at Ecoluxe London

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Oxfam Fashion Interview: The Future of Vintage Fashion

Whether or not you call it a trend, vintage fashion has clearly made a resurgence over the last few years. Of course there are the vintage trends on the high street, but more and more people are actually choosing to … Continue reading

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But What About the Silk Worm?

Read my latest post for Oxfam, all about alternative sustainable fibres here.

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