London Sustainable Fashion Rooms present ethical shopping experience

Making of Po-Zu's Rey boot

Fashion Revolution Week, marking the fifth anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, will take place from April 23rd to 29th 2018, with the world getting together to ask #whomademyclothes.

And if you're in London, you can ask a selection of ethical brands directly at London Sustainable Fashion Rooms, a pop-up shop, sample sale, conference and workshop.

Curated by footwear Po-Zu (the brand behind the incredible Star Wars shoes), the event will feature fashion from People Tree, Lowie, Brothers We Stand, Earth Positive and Wear The Walk, with info on where exactly their clothes and accessories are made.

Po Zu London Sustainable Fashion Rooms 2

Representatives from the brands will be giving talks on sustainable fashion, along with influencers including Tamsin Lejeune, Sam Meher, Sarah Ditty, Baroness Lola Young, Nina Marenzi and Lara Blasam, while you can get interactive with upcycling and craft workshops.

Located at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, the event is free (but you should register in advance) and will take place every day from April 23rd to 29th.

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