Marks & Spencer Launches U.K.’s First Sustainable Fashion Lab

by , 04/20/12   filed under: Eco-Fashion News

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Marks & Spencer and the London College of Fashion are going halfsies on Britain’s first Sustainable Fashion Lab, to be located at the Old Truman Brewery in the heart of East London. From April 26 to May 9, the pop-up space will bring together a raft of designers, stylists, and thought leaders who will be “exploring and debating the future of a more sustainable fashion industry,” says the department store. Visitors will even get the opportunity to design and create their own pieces through expert-led master classes. Entrance to the lab is free—the only “ticket” you’ll need is an unwanted item of clothing that will either be repurposed on premises or donated to Oxfam to resell or recycle.

+ Centre for Sustainable Fashion

+ Marks & Spencer

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