Liverpool Fashion Week got underway again last night in the Capitol Building and there was a theme for the evening’s event, Recycled Fashion.
Amanda Moss, Director of the event, wants to ensure that we are all environmentally friendly and is encouraging us to take our part in helping the world.
Day four was sponsored by Merseyside Recycle.
Not only was there a night dedicated to recycling fashion by wearing Vintage, shopping in Charity stores and outfits made from unusual items, each night of the event Amanda is encouraging people to bring down any old and unwanted clothing to donate.
Last night we saw collections from Liverpool Community College Fashion Innovation Department, SCOPE, Rood Vintage, British Red Cross, Doll London, Emoja, Knowsley College Creative Life Skills Students and Georgie-May Tearle.
The charity-shop fashion shows, SCOPE and British Red Cross indicated that you can get fashionable finds in the most unlikely of places.
Each of the outfits was stylish and on-trend; one standout piece coming from the British Red Cross a male Maroon suit.
The outfits that came from SCOPE were all under £10 and when the models went for fittings, they found themselves buying the outfits for themselves.
Another successful evening showcasing that fashion doesn’t have to be brand new to be stylish and on trend.
Femalefirst Taryn Davies