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Annie Greenabelle at Alternative Fashion Week 20-24th April

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Anniegreenabelle ethical fashionAlternative Fashion Week’ is a four day celebration of alternative fashion and support for new talent with young, independent designers showing and selling their designs in the fashion market.

One designer, Annie Greenabelle will be offering wide discounts on their full range of nostalgia-inspired, ethical womenswear.

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Launched in 2007, Annie Greenabelle’s ‘Never Had It So Good’ collection will be offering their gorgeous new range inspired by British nostalgia – looking back on the life of a 1950’s housewife and taking her style as inspiration.

Fitting perfectly into the current retro ‘make-do-and-mend’ mood for ‘credit-crunch’ chic – this eclectic collection combines a mix of union-jack bold, primary colours and summer brights with wallpaper florals and kitsch vintage heart prints.

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I adore her party dresses and ruched skirts with gingham finishes. They will brighten anyone’s wardrobe and allow you to look stylish with your conscience firmly intact!

Annie Greenabelle is an ethical women’s clothing brand whose garments are made predominantly from organic and Fairtrade certified cotton. They combine this with the use of reclaimed fabrics that adds variety and makes some lines unique.

Alternative fashion week takes place at Spitalfields Traders Market, London. There are twelve catwalk shows each day and entry is free!

What about you? Do you have a favourite ethical designer we should all know about?

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