Heroically in the chaos of the designers of the collective ethic conducted roving renegade parade on the street. This man free feature half-dressed in their poverty and female models on the labels of ethics, as Elena Garcia and Tammam. Suddenly, a message of fashion and entertain the crowds. Perfect.
In the appropriate event, aesthetics, ethics LFW wing, opened its sixth season. The big draw was probably the fashion event of the inauguration of the Defra Sustainable Clothing Action Plan. Everyone seemed to be there: the fashion editors, Erin O'Connor, Defra, the Army and representatives of the major players such as Sainsbury and high M & S.
Lord Hunt, who launched the plan DEFRA, dry (sorry to be fickle, but it's fashion week). However, he stood on the track behind a transparent base and urged us to celebrate the "truly sustainable clothing" Now we want to see on the podium.
Then it was straight to Black monochromatic drama shows (see our photo gallery). Black is the Danish label that includes how to put sex appeal in ethical fashion in a way that will never Defra.
But is there any such thing as a truly sustainable fashion? Noir is actually a brand of crossover - using a part of sustainable fibers, but has earned his stripes on the ethical use of the seat in the European Union, transparent production. The show was a sure, confident, and worlds away from the tofu kaftans that combine some of the most ethical fashion, floating like clothes, jackets, velvet and leather leggings on the catwalk box thundered to a version of Radiohead's Creep. But ethically it is still a trade-off.
Unfortunately I missed Julia Smith show, which was simultaneously taking place in the emerging talent show, fashion Vauxhall scout. Smith is a young talented designers using sustainable fabrics and a carefully considered ethical ethics, but not position themselves as ethical.
Back in the Estehetica area could see many small, independent labels have developed ethics. Stand-out included Elena Garcia worked carefully trans-season suits, and there was the heritage, British-made brands such as Grey Anatomy Eloise is strong and adapted the classic English style with tweed wool and organic wool. But it was People Tree, the pioneering brand of 100% of fair trade that caught my attention with a strong collaboration with Eley Kishimoto prints dresses nicely.
By 8:00 p.m. I was in Notting Hill Beach Blanket Babylon show Prophetik. This is an American label run by Jeff Garner, a young man from Nashville with a penchant for riding boots. In fact, there was a horse out of the bar when we arrived, there may be no coincidence.
Jeff seems to be much more about "dress", using organic fibers and silk produced locally painted by elephants as part of the Asian Elephant Art & Conservation Project. I was delighted to see that the elephants could, but it proved to be so dark in there that it was difficult to see much.
Not good cohesion of the collection is, which featured nearly every dress that you could imagine - in Jersey Rouched tense and white for a minute, retro beach / prom the next day. Friends and associates (including boyfriend Rex from Big Brother last summer's) hit in the modeling, but a stellar contributor, Summer Rayne Oakes, the American model, which is a true eco-activist and extremely knowledgeable . So we had the substance progressive, a good star turn yet another show in the end of amateurism.
Everyone can learn from Junky Styling, East End Queens clothing reconstruction. Last night, opened the show with a new collection is launched with big features signature Top boutique super short skirts and jackets with molded collar and sleeve lengths different.
Junky also had jackets with their trademark striped costumes and open backed jackets, all accessorised with bright green tights. There were also ethical Men Welcome - we really need a little more than that - as reshaped by the knitted jumpers old. We also enjoyed a walk on the bridge by Michael Costiff Like that boy mouse as a nod to the heritage of fashion. This is the way to do it.