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New limited edition Bambi #LoveNotLandfill clothes bank location for #FashionRevolution week

The #LoveNotLandfill clothing bank will be at Spitalfields market, Brick Lane from 18th to 29th April so bring ALL you unwanted or old clothes. Everything from pants, socks or an old ex’s t-shirt is welcome. Everything will be recycled or reused again and absolutely nothing will go to landfill! Check out our other bank location on the clothes bank tab

Not only is there a bank at Spitalifields, we’ve teamed up with influencers Venetia Falconer and Adeola Patronne for Fashion Revolution week to give you the chance join them in our quest to spread the idea of a #dehaul – simply bring some of our clothes you no longer need and put them in our limited edition clothing bank designed by the street artist Bambi! You’ll have the chance to meet them, chat all things fashion/sustainable or just general life, and even swap clothes with them! There will be a rails for you to hang your clothes and swap them for something new.

Meet & greet event with Venetia Falconer and Adeola Patronne
Date: 26th April
Time: 11:30am-1:30pm 

Please let us know you’re coming by signing up via the Eventbrite link here – we can’t wait to see you!

Love Not Landfill Pop-Up Shop

With over 2,000 visitors across 4 days, we are delighted that the Love Not Landfill Pop Up had such a postiive response! To each of the charities; Barnardo’s, TRAID, Oxfam and Trinity Hospice, and, to Depop sellers Grass Routes and Basement Six, thank you – it was an absolute pleasure to work with you. And, thank you to all of you that came, we really appreciate your support and live in hope that we can do it all over again soon! But for now, here’s some pictures from the 4 fantastic days!

Love not landfill launch clothes banks designed by street artist Bambi

We are thrilled to annouce that we have launched clothing banks designed by street artist Bambi. Each week 38 million items of clothing are bought, 11 million of which are sent to landfill. By choosing to recycle through our textile banks you can dramatically reduce this figure – every piece of clothing has a value!

To find out where the closet bank is to you visit our clothes bank section – keep an eye out because we’ll be adding more locations soon!

Click on the articles below to see read more about the launch:

Huffington Post
Do You Recycle Your Old Clothes? Here’s Why And How You Should

Fashion United
Love Not Lanfill launches Bambi designed clothing banks

London Live
New Clothes Banks Pop Up Across London

Love Not Landfill clothes banks launched across London

We’re really excited to announce the launch of our Love Not Landfill clothes banks which will be in busy locations around London from 13th September. See the clothes bank map. Look out for the ones with street artist Bambi’s exclusive design.

Stella McCartney: Fashion is swamping our planet

Stella McCartney believes fashion has long had a damaging impact on our environment.

She told the BBC’s Will Gompertz how she is trying to revolutionise the industry.

The designer was speaking at the V&A in London, where a new exhibition explores the relationship between fashion and nature.

G-Star RAW and Jaden Smith team up for sustainable collaboration

Watch what happens when the forefront of denim manufacturing meets a sustainable visionary artist: Jaden Smith talks about teaming up with G-Star RAW for a sustainable collaboration.