Royal Trinity Hospice shops have partnered with food, lifestyle and wellness expert Jasmine Hemsley on a clothing collection to be sold at a pop up in East London in November.

The Love Not Landfill pop up has been developed in collaboration with Creative Director Emma Slade Edmondson. It will be a space that showcases the best and most beautiful second-hand clothes in London selected by high-profile social media influencers from the shops and warehouses of different London-based charities. In addition to Trinity, Oxfam, Barnardo's and TRAID are also involved in the project.

The collections feature sportswear, accessories, vintage and designer brands and the styles cover an eclectic range that represents the diversity of London's fashion. 

Speaking about her collection for Trinity, Jasmine Hemsley said:

I’ve picked out a wide range of goodies for every style, size and price-range to ensure there’s something for everybody, and to give you a taster and convince those who are still on the fence I’ve pulled together four head-to-toe outfits from my initial edit.  

Love Not Landfill is part of the European Clothing Action Plan, which comprises various projects across Europe aimed at reducing textile waste. Love Not Landfill specifically targets young people in London to encourage them to buy second-hand instead of new, care for their clothes and dispose of them responsibly.

The Love Not Landfill collections are:

  • The Royal Trinity Hospice Collection by Jasmine Hemsley
  • The Oxfam Collection by Paloma in Disguise
  • The TRAID Collection by Lizzie Loves
  • The Barnardo's Collection by Confetti Crowd

The pop up will take place at Shop 4, Dray Walk, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6QR from 8-11 November.

Opening Times: Thursday – Saturday 10am-7pm and Sunday 11am-6pm

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