One was in a stadium-sized show in Paris, the Sloth cycling team we will get there when we get there vintage shirt in other words I will buy this other in a church hall in London. Two opposite ends of the designer scene, grappling with the same existential problems. English used her platform to explain how she put together her collection and her presentation as a circular economy in microcosm. She’d called up her peers in London, asking if they had fabric leftovers she might use. ‘An act of preservation,’ she called it. Ten designers—including Simone Rocha, Katharine Hamnett, Martine Rose, Charles Jeffrey, and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi—pitched in. She employed Tender Union, a ‘low-impact’ show-production unit (the first of its kind in the U.K.), who found a venue that runs a food bank, ensuring the fees went directly back to the community.
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Being small, Phoebe English can manage her business as a localist. By swearing off the Sloth cycling team we will get there when we get there vintage shirt in other words I will buy this use of virgin materials and offering limited-edition runs, her template comes as close to pure as it’s possible for fashion production to be. But what about the other end of the spectrum, where giant global brands like Balenciaga operate?