Ahead of this year’s London Fashion Week, the capital’s most stylish and climate conscious, came together on Wednesday 15th to challenge consumer choices by rewearing, reclaiming and revitalising their clothes at the Christian Aid Collective’s ‘Fashion Deconstructed’.

This underground catwalk event showcased an array of spectacular designs by Emma Rees and Feng Ho as well as jewellery by Caipora. The Leake Street tunnels provided the perfect backdrop for the electro beats by Goodie Goodie, dancing with Swing Patrol, and live graffiti art. Interactive installations enabled attendees to trace the journey of their clothes and educated them about how their choices are affecting environment, whilst demonstrating that ethical fashion is about creativity, individuality and justice: it is the world’s poorest who are being first and worst hit by climate change.

During the event ‘Made in Chelsea’ star and artist Oliver Proudlock announced the winner of the ‘World Around Us’ competition the Christian Aid Collective in conjunction with Front Row Society to create a print that highlights the impact consumption is having on the environment and lives of those within developing countries.  

Thanks to all those who participated in the event and who came along for making it such a fabulous evening.