Fashion round-up: 5 things you need to know this week
Most important news from the past week.
Most important news of the week.
Swedish Fashion Council have started a project called “Mode Hybrid” where they aim to promote industries and innovations inspired by sustainability. Here.
These celebrities entered the 2015 Oscars with pieces that are eco and ethical friendly. Here.
Wool and the Gang teams up with Christopher Raeburn to create an exclusive range of accessories to complement his AW15 knitwear collection. Here. See the whole collection at Style.com.
London College of Fashion is endorsing a green week where students will transform waste materials into useful new creations. This will be documentet at LCF’s website and also promoted on social media. Here.
Words by Hanna Karlsson
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