Kate Moss showcases Oxfam’s sustainable and affordable fashion

Two of the biggest names in fashion, Kate Moss and David Bailey, joined forces to showcase Oxfam’s sustainable and affordable fashion. Kate is wearing an outfit chosen from over 136,000 items in Oxfam’s Online Shop.

The outfit, together with all the others chosen for the shoot sold out in a matter of hours after appearing in the online shop. 

The online shop, the UK’s biggest online charity shop, recently reported that sales had jumped by one third over the Christmas period with Burberry, Barbour, Gucci, Whistles and Boden among the most popular clothing brands searched for.

Oxfam’s hugely successful fashion show Fashion Fighting Poverty is London Fashion Week’s hot ticket for a second year on 15 February.  Top stylist Bay Garnett will show her edit of clothes from Oxfam’s vast selection on some of the country’s top models.

Kate and David donated their time to celebrate Oxfam’s 75th year helping to fight extreme poverty

The full set of images was published in the Guardian.

Links

https://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop

https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2018/jan/20/kate-moss-campaign-david-bailey-charity-shop-photography

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