In case you missed it, this week is Fashion Revolution Week. The global movement calls for greater transparency and drastic change in the fashion industry on the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza Factory collapse, asking all of us to stop, take stock and question #whomademyclothes.
With the case for planet Earth looking more and more hectic by the day, it’s high time fashion stepped up.
On the case is Sydney-based fashion initiative Limited Collective—they’re championing big change and Fashion Revolution Week with a fresh drop of their fully sustainable streetwear. For the unacquainted, Limited Collective is a pretty special label, which aims to continue the real legacy of streetwear, but creates each of their unique limited-edition pieces from recycled fabrics and dead stock.
The new drop, called “Burnt Out Collective” features bespoke unisex jackets with utility style pockets in khaki and deep ruby red. You’ll be able to check it out this weekend only at Honour Store in Surry Hills.
What: Limited Collective pop-up
Where: 263 Crown Street, Surry Hills
When: 26 - 28 April
Now is the time to get on board with sustainable labels. Fall in love with this Sydney-based sustainable knitwear.
Image credit: Limited Collective.