Hackney Wick, Dalston’s cooler little sister, is home to fast fashion’s new foe, Everything in Colour. When you step inside the shop, you also step into a studio, complete with sewing-machines that are not just there for show. Designers Anna Crawley and Grace Clark (formerly at charity re-fashioners The Fara Workshop) make one-off pieces out of donated or discarded fabrics. They will also be teaching shoppers to do the same at in-store workshops. But the product is cool, not just crafty – their focus is on creating beautiful clothes that just happen to be ethically made, and cheap (from £25) too.
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8 Queen's Yard
|Transport:||Hackney Wick rail|
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Unique designs by 2 of the most talented people I've ever met. Sustainable fashion & amazing fabrics!
This is such an inspiring space, with beautifully created fashion - AND its all sustainable. They are all one off pieces - made with love. Perfect, if like me you love unique pieces.
Hackney Wicks little gem of a clothes shop that is working to a great sustainable concept for the love of how it creates a interesting and progressive process not a buzzword.
These ladies are such pioneers and very deserving of the nomination! Read more about them here http://www.freerange-fashion.com/blog/everything-in-colour
Amazing ideas from amazing people!! Please give them your vote, they are doing such great things to keep the importance of sustainability alive in fashion - while also making really lovely clothes!
sustainable, unique and beautiful hand made clothing. It's reflects everything we love about London, created by two inspirational ladies, showing us all how it really can be done.