Magpies & Peacocks collection takes to the LFW catwalk – waste-free

Models for Magpies & Peacocks LFW AW18

Magpies & Peacocks has debuted its latest zero-waste collection at London Fashion Week AW18 – showing how fashion can minimise its impact on the planet.

Called Impermanent Flora, the Re:ne(w) by René Garza for Magpies & Peacocks collection took to the runway at Fashion Scout at Freemasons' Hall, in front of Fashion Revolution founder Carry Somers, musician Elle L and socialites Taylor and Darby Ward on the front row.

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The designs were built on a concept of resource sustainability: made entirely from post-consumer textiles donated to US non-profit Magpies & Peacocks, each piece in the fashion and accessories demonstrated sustainable reuse.

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Designer René Garza – New York-based celebrity stylist and multimedia visual artist – sent his models down the catwalk ahead of a Cocktails For Conservation party with Fashion For Conservation, collaborator of Magpies & Peacocks.

The Re:ne(w) runway show photos were shot by UK photographer Simon Armstrong, Winner of the Canon Best Picture, London Fashion Week SS11 and official Fashion Scout London house photographer.
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