#LoveNotLandfill Pop Up #2

#LoveNotLandfill Presents the Most Beautiful Pre-Loved Fashion in Seven Dials, London

Between the 14-17th November 2019, #LoveNotLandfill will be championing pre-loved fashion again at a unique Seven Dials pop up shop featuring collections from charity shops curated by some of fashion’s most style-savvy influencers.

Each influencer has chosen 500 pieces from their partner charity, which will be sold by at the #LoveNotLandfill Pop Up Shop with all profits going straight to the charities.  Expect designer labels you know and love at shockingly affordable prices, plus one-off gems – that is the beauty of preloved fashion.

As well as the place to discover the most on-trend sustainable fashion in London, the store will be a space to find out more about eco-fashion and the climate emergency with notice boards, talks and demos. People can bring along old and damaged clothes to donate via a #LoveNotLandfill exclusive Bambi-designed clothes bank and the Clothes Doctor will have a mend and repair station offering alterations and showing fashion lovers how to repair and upcycle their clothes.

Collections on offer
Barnardo’s Collection by Emma Breschi
 Cancer Research UK Collection by She Wears Fashion
The Oxfam Collection by Elizabeth Whibley
The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection by Oenone

Plus depop sellers Past Trash and Youth ID and a special menswear collection gathered from all the charities curated by sicckm8.


Clothes Doctor Clinic
Come along and join us on Thursday 14th November and bring along anything you need advice/help on mending. The Clothes Doctor are an online maintainence service providing clothes repairs, alternations and restortions to customers across the UK, and eco friendly cloting care products. The #LoveNotLandfill pop up shop will act as a drop off centre for you to be able to bring your clothes into store and talk to the team in person, leaving your item with them to be made brand new again. For the 14th evening only, we’ll have a 90’s DJ in house and those who book in to visit the Clothes Doctor will also recieve a FREE iron on star iron patch.

Styling Competiton Saturday with Fiona Short Saturday 16th November
Are you finding that your wardrobe feels a little uninspiring at the moment? Are you often having that ‘Nothing to wear’ moment?

If either of those sound familiar and/or if you just like the idea spending a morning talking about fashion with exclusive access to the most beautiful secondhand clothes in London we’ve got you covered!

You (with two friends) have the chance to win a FREE #LoveNotLandfill styling session, complete with bottomless breakfast*, hosted by the wonderfully talented stylist Fiona Short (@fionaJaneuk) at the #LoveNotLandfill pop up shop, Seven Dials, London.

Date: Saturday 16th November

Time: 9:30-11:00 am

Both mens and womenswear are available.


Store Opening times
Thursday 14th November 11am-9pm
Friday 15th November 10am-8pm
Saturday 16th November 11am-8pm
Sunday 17th November 11am-6pm


#LoveNotLandfill swap shop with Vegan Days

#LoveNotLandfill Presents the Most Beautiful Pre-Loved Fashion in Seven Dials, London

#LoveNotLandfill pop up shop supported by Depop

The #LoveNotLandfill pop-up supported by Depop was hosted on Newburgh St, London W1 – in the heart of Carnaby, one of the world’s most recognised fashion hubs from 17th – 21st July 2019.

As we face a climate emergency, and high street fashion is hit by online shopping, we wanted to support cult fashion marketplace app Depop to create a more meaningful relationship between sellers, customers and clothes.  The aim was to reduce waste and helpmore young people realise that second-hand is affordable, unique and better for the planet than buying everything new.

Depop sellers involved:

Thursday and Friday:

Saturday and Sunday:

We also hosted a Small Change Big Difference workshop on the Sunday monring which involed making plant-based goodies such as smoothies and energy balls which went down a treat!

Thank you to everyone who came to visit us and support the wonderful sellers listed above. We had an absolute blast and hope you did, too!

#LoveNotLandfill swap & screen for #CEWEEKLDN

For Circular Economy Week London (a week of events, activities and workshops to showcase and celebrate resource efficiency in the capital), we decided to host our first ever #LoveNotLandfill swaap & screen!

The evening saw guests bring clothes they no longer want, watch a screening of the fantastic and insightful Stacey Dooley  Investigates: Fashion’s Dirty Secrets and go home with new items to love.

In total we re-homed over 150 items from landfill in just one evening which is amazing!

We hope everyone that came had as much fun as we did and can’t wait to host the next one hopefully very soon!


#LoveNotLandfill De-Haul for Fashion Revolution

For Fashion Revolution Week (22nd – 28th April), we at Love Not Landfill wanted to push the idea of the fashion #dehaul; taking unwanted items to a Bambi Clothes Bank, to encourage fast fashion lovers to slow down, repair, reuse and recycle.

Steps to #dehaul:

  1. Go through your wardrobe and clear out
  2. Create swap, sell, and donate piles
  3. Take the donate pile a #LoveNotLandfill clothes bank
  4. Share using the hashtags #LoveNotLandfill and #Dehaul and tag us @lovenotlandfill

The event was a massie success, a full bank was emptied a week prior to the event after being in location at Spitalfields marekt for just 6 days and another on the day on the event (26th April). That’s a total of 136kg saved from landfill and approximately 340 items saved from landfill!

A big thank you to Venetia Falconer and Adeola Patronne for their involvement and supportring us along the way!

#LoveNotLandfill x Contiki holiday clothes swap

Our event with Contiki was London’s First Holiday Wardrobe Clothes Swap and saved 1,700 Garments from Landfill, and Over 900 Items Find Second Life with Loving New Homes!

The event featured a panel discussion with sustainable fashion advocates including Carry Somers (Fashion Revolution), Agatha Lintott (Antibad), freelance journalist and author, Anna Hart and podcast host and influencer Venetia Falconer. Hosted by Chloe Street, Senior Fashion Writer at standard.co.uk, the panellists shared some insights into how everyone can make small steps to a more sustainable wardrobe:

Carry Somers encouraged the audience to “Ask #whomademyclothes?” and to “hold brands to account – our voice is powerful”

Venetia Falconer advised: “Always think about how much you really love something, can you see it being in your wardrobe for years, don’t get caught up in the hysteria of the high street. Do you really, really need that piece of clothing?”

Agatha Lintott, founder of Antibad suggests looking at clothing labels: “it’s amazing what you learn, and sometimes what you don’t learn from labels. Look at material compositions and aim for natural materials.” In terms of a holiday wardrobe solution, Agatha suggested “if you’re travelling with friends, swap clothes with them whilst on holiday, save space and double your wardrobe!”

Anna Hart urged the audience to “stop buying shoes we can’t walk in! The cost per wear is too high, environmentally and financially speaking.”

A massive thank you to everyone that came along and donated.

Stay tuned for the next swap shop, rest assured there will be another!

#LoveNotLandfill pop up shop 2018

Thanks to all everyone involved and that came and supported us on our first ever pop up shop at Old Truman Brewery on 8th-11th Novemeber 2018! We couldn’t have been more delighted about the reactiion it recieved.

Stylist, Emma Slade Edmondson and her team, helped us bring too life our vision and proved that second hand fashion is not sedcond best.

Charities Barnado’s, TRAID, Oxfam and Trinity Hospice paired but with influencers Confetti Crowd, Paloma in Disguise, Lizzie Loves and Jasmine Hemsley retrospectively to curate the best collections London’s ever seen! We could not have done it without their passion and drive to support our cause!




Thanks to all the fashionista’s, vintage hunters and sustainable fashion enthusiasts who brought clothes to swap at LM Barry Textile Recyclers in East London on the 24th April.

Stylist, Emma Slade Edmondson and her team, helped us pick out some of the most amazing designer and vintage pieces and everyone went home with new clothes they’ll love forever. And Katie Jones, upcycler extraordinaire, chopped, stitched and had hundreds of clever ideas for customising and make the most of the clothes we discovered.