One of our notable projects is the annual Relove Fashion competition, a sustainable fashion competition developed with the eastern and midlands region local authorities. The competition challenges secondary school students to explore creative reuse options such as upcycling, repairs, alterations and mending, inspiring them to take a closer look at how their clothing is made. To enter the competition, students must use their creative design skills to create a sustainable and rewearable outfit using clothing sourced from a charity shop, swap shop, or reused items already available at home. By giving students an opportunity like this to showcase their creativity while promoting sustainable fashion practices, the competition encourages a shift towards a more circular and sustainable economy. Student or teacher, if you’d like to learn more about Relove Fashion, check out our website below.