Ethical fashion has and always will be very dear to WALL London’s hearts. In support of Fashion Revolution Day on Thursday 24 April – marking the first anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory’s collapse in Bangladesh – Somerset House is holding a number of events throughout April which opens up the question: who makes our clothes? Each panel discussion will examine a different facet of the fashion industry, from luxury brands and designers to the lead commentators who have brought together the Fashion Revolution Day board.
Chaired by Tamsin Blanchard, Style Director at The Telegraph magazine, this discussion will look at how a product-first approach is fast becoming an innovative way to communicate an ethical message, and the variety of ways this is marketed towards the consumer. London – always a respected platform for avant-garde fashion – has seen a shift in how its designers and brands are weaving sustainable and ethical processes into their approaches, whilst still being considered cutting-edge and relevant.
WALL London is not interested in making disposable fashion either. And our ethical approach to our work can be found here: www.wall-london.com/ethics. WALL London was also mentioned along Stella McCartney as an ethical fashion brand during a debate at the House of Lords two years ago.
We’ll definitely be heading to the event – will you?
Fashion Revolution: Pretty Ethical is on Tonight, Tuesday 8th April 2014 at 19:00 at Somerset House.
For more information and to book tickets, visit www.somersethouse.org.uk/fashion